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      12-09-2007, 01:03 PM   #1
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Which BMW series (wheels) will fit the 335?

Question. Which BMW car models (i.e. 2002 740i, or 2005 M5, etc) will fit the 335i? What is the offset (i.e. 20mm front, 32 mm rear), hub size (72.56mm) and bolt pattern (5x120mm)? Thanks.
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Many wheels will fit your 335; the only thing is that wheels from different series wont look good on your 335.
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In general wheels from e46 will have a high offset and look very tucked. And wheels from 5 and 7 series will have a too low offset, stick out too much, especially in the front.
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In the 8.5" width, I think you're looking for something in the mid to low 40's, especially in front.

I'm looking at 9.5" widths in the rear, and looking for something more into the low 30's, maybe as agressive as the mid 20's. On stock xi suspension it looks to fit ok.
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Thanks guys! Do you by chance know the wheel specs for the 335i (sport package) wheels? This is what I know (correct me if I'm wrong):
Front - 18x8 - 34mm Offset - 5x120 bolt - hubsize? (72.56???)
Rear - 18.8.5 - 37mm Offset - 5x120 bolt - hubsize? (72.56???)

Also, what are the bigget tires for front and rear that will fit on the car? 245 front???, 275 rear????

Need to get an extra set of wheels for the track.... Thanks again for the help!
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[quote=j28s;1799537]Thanks guys! Do you by chance know the wheel specs for the 335i (sport package) wheels? This is what I know (correct me if I'm wrong):
Front - 18x8 - 34mm Offset - 5x120 bolt - hubsize? (72.56???)
Rear - 18.8.5 - 37mm Offset - 5x120 bolt - hubsize? (72.56???)

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All 17" and 18" OEM wheels for the e9x has those specs.

All 19" OEM wheels for the e9x are:
Front 19x8 ET 37
Rear 19x9 ET 39
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