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      08-10-2015, 03:00 PM   #1
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Will these wheel sizes work on my e90 335i

8.5Jx19 ET50 / 10.5Jx19 ET55
BOLT PATTERN: 5 X 130

I am thinking about picking up a set of new wheels with these sizes and off sets. I don't want to have to make any modifications like fender rolling or having to worry about rubbing issues. I currently have OEM 19s, but I believe they are 8.5 J up front and 9 or 9.5 J rears...not 10.5. Not 100% on the ET of my OEM 313s. Thanks.
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Bolt pattern is wrong - 5x125 is 3-series (and 5-series) pattern. They won't fit at all.

And the offsets are way too big - both are going to rub on the shock towers. 34mm or so is standard.
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Bolt pattern is wrong - 5x125 is 3-series (and 5-series) pattern. They won't fit at all.

And the offsets are way too big - both are going to rub on the shock towers. 34mm or so is standard.
Yeah bolt pattern, is wrong it should be 5x120. You have typo. Also almost all bmw's have 5x120. Some older models have 4x100.

Correct with those high offset it wont fit, but he could use adapters that push the wheels out and change bolt pattern to 5x120. Basically these could be fitted, but finding proper sized adapters can be hard, if they even exist. Not to mention the possibility of high price.

Front could work with 25mm thick, but rear needs to be thinner. Something like 15mm and still can't be sure it would fit without slight fender roll or even if that thin adapter exist.
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Yeah bolt pattern, is wrong it should be 5x120. You have typo.
Yeah, realized it was 120 after seeing another post yesterday. Thanks for catching it.
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