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      01-07-2006, 03:29 PM   #1
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Will genuine CSL wheels fit?

I got a offer on a set of genuine 19" M3 CSL wheels.
Will these fit on my E91 with sport suspension without rolling the lip?

The wheel specs:
8X19 ET 47
9,5X19 ET 27

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You would have to run spacers in the front, at least 12 or 13mm.

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I got a offer on a set of genuine 19" M3 CSL wheels.
Will these fit on my E91 with sport suspension without rolling the lip?

The wheel specs:
8X19 ET 47
9,5X19 ET 27
10mm spacers in the front and you are set.
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      01-07-2006, 08:21 PM   #5
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Thanks guys!
Any names on decent spacer suppliers?

Any ideas on what a fair price on the CSL's would be? They are new right out of the box.

Edit: The seller says the Part# areriginal BMW Number: 2282999 and 2282895
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Are you looking for performance or looks?

yea, I'm with ya on this. I don't like spacers at all, and if I had to run them, 5mm would be tops.

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I would say 15mm spacer in front if you don't want to see your wheels pushed in compared to the stock ones
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Are you looking for performance or looks?
For me, performance is the most important. I'm basically no fan of spacers, so if it's possible to avoid, it would be the best.

Does anyone know if the CSL's are cast or forged wheels?
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For me, performance is the most important. I'm basically no fan of spacers, so if it's possible to avoid, it would be the best.

Does anyone know if the CSL's are cast or forged wheels?
if i remember correctly the csl are cast and the 19" m3 wheels are forged
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Definate spacers for the front.. or it will look like an rv with no spacers.. to tucked in
 
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Isn't a +27 too high of an offset?
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im running a +23. the +27 will make it pretty flush with the fender.
 
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im running a +23. the +27 will make it pretty flush with the fender.
Are your wheels 9.5" wide? And what tire size are you running?
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Are your wheels 9.5" wide? And what tire size are you running?
19x8 fr ET38
19X9.5 rear et38 with 15mm spacer=+23 net offset
 
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Ok. thanks!
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Man those CSL's are sweet rims... Congrats on the good find.
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Ok. thanks!
I agree. Thanks for the info So running a 19x9.5 +32 offset rear wheel with a 275/30/19 tire should be no problem then?
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I agree. Thanks for the info So running a 19x9.5 +32 offset rear wheel with a 275/30/19 tire should be no problem then?
275's should be fine.
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This are the only rims i am seriously considering for my e90. they are so dope looking!!
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