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      05-12-2008, 10:28 PM   #1
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Confused about VMR V714 wheel fitments

I was trying to decide on whether or not to purchase the VMR V715 or V714, and I finally decided on the V714 wheels in hyperblack. I got a full grasp on which size to get for the V715 wheels, but I keep hearing different things on the V714. I know I want a 19x8 and 19x9 staggered fitment, but I believe they offer offsets of 32et and 38et for these wheels in comparison to the 19x8.5 & 19x9.5 with 38et and 30et for the V715.

Can someone help me with the correct offset ordering on these wheels? In one thread I saw they are only sold with 32et all around and then I received another PM from a vendor explaining that the 32et is for Audi's only and I would have to get 38et all around for the BMW fitment. Wouldn't 38et in the rear wheels require fender rolling? Any info would be helpful. Thanks!
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You will want to do the 19x8 ET38 and 19x9 ET32 although you can run the rear 19x9 ET38 as well. Velocity is currently backordered on the fronts but we can put you down for a preorder on the next shipment due in June.
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