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      10-28-2006, 11:25 AM   #1
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I need to know ASAP...Will BBS LMs in a M3 fitment fit my E92 335?

They fit on the E90 perfectly, but I have heard they dont fit a E92? How can that be? I need feedback from anyone who knows.
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They fit on the E90 perfectly, but I have heard they dont fit a E92? How can that be? I need feedback from anyone who knows.
The rear setup on the E92 is far less aggresive than on the E90. I would not recommend it.
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The rear setup on the E92 is far less aggresive than on the E90. I would not recommend it.
it doesnt make sense to me how its less agressive? To me it looks like I could fit a lot wider of a wheel than on my E46...
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u need to ask LONG,, Im pretty sure they will fit bud!!
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lol, long put 305 in the rear, that's almost X5 size. crazy.
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it doesnt make sense to me how its less agressive? To me it looks like I could fit a lot wider of a wheel than on my E46...
Aright. Let`s be technical about it. Do you know the width+offset of the wheels?
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The most I would go with 3 series is 285 on 10" or 10.5". oversize tires makes the cars lose the performance.
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u guys LONG just put 305' on his car...theres no reason 275 with a m3 offset shouldnt fit
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u guys LONG just put 305' on his car...theres no reason 275 with a m3 offset shouldnt fit

Yes its on his car, but its not driveable...
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Yes its on his car, but its not driveable...
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