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      05-06-2008, 04:09 PM   #1
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What r the largest 20" wheels possible

Want to know what is the largest 20" rims I can mount on my e92 coupe on front and rear.....I am open to fender rolling
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Well Is this a trick question?

Pretty sure the largest 20" wheel is going to be...


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20 inches...
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and you drive a SEMA 335i and widebody e46???
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i think he meant width guys..but still
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trying to do this off my CrackBerry, just want to know about those who hv rolled their fenders, how much is possible without rubbing
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i think he meant width guys..but still
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285 37et with Toyo with no rubbing. Some brand might rub.
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I think a 20x11 rim has been done before.. Would need a widebody kit though.
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Sorry, of course he meant width, but that's not any fun...
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Im pretty sure any 20'' rim will rub without some modifications. Even the OEM M3 wheels rub a little bit on a 335 and those are big 19''s
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Im pretty sure any 20'' rim will rub without some modifications. Even the OEM M3 wheels rub a little bit on a 335 and those are big 19''s
No, its all about the offset. OEM M3 wheels rubs because of low offset.
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No, its all about the offset. OEM M3 wheels rubs because of low offset.
oh ok, good to know
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No, its all about the offset. OEM M3 wheels rubs because of low offset.
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I had 295/25-20 Coninental Sport Contact 3 raer on my last E92 (and will be on my next E93 in 2-3 weeks).
Front i had 245-30-20. This was on 9x20 and 10x20 Hartge Classic II (Orgininal wheels). Donīt remember the ofset, I have allready delivered them to the dealer,-while waiting for the new car to arrive.

This did not rub. This as also tried on my friends E93 325D, and no problem there eighter.
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I had 295/25-20 Coninental Sport Contact 3 raer on my last E92 (and will be on my next E93 in 2-3 weeks).
Front i had 245-30-20. This was on 9x20 and 10x20 Hartge Classic II (Orgininal wheels). Donīt remember the ofset,
Those are ET40 both front and rear.

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