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      02-29-2008, 09:46 AM   #1
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Exclamation 22 and 35 offsets

Do any posters here have ANY pics of their E92 335i with either a 22 or 35 offset on the rear wheel?

I need to make a call on this or an order I have for Volks. I know with the 22 offset I will need to roll and not the 35...but I am not concerned about this.

What I want to ensure is that I have as near flush as possible with my set-up.

ET 35 may be just fine and ET 22 may be pushing it out too far.

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      02-29-2008, 09:54 AM   #2
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How wide is the wheel?
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      02-29-2008, 10:04 AM   #3
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How wide is the wheel?
For ET35 I was told I could run 275 in rear with no rub, however, I am lowering as well so I will have to roll. Not concerned about this, though.

I just want to get as flush a look as possible.

I searched and found some ET22 on an E92 but the pic is challenging to see if it pushes the wheel out too far.

I think I will be fine with ET35 - I just hope I am not disappointed in the flushness.
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22 offset will not fit on the rear of an E92....
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I wouldnt go with ET22- lowest I would go with fender rolling is about ET27 or so.
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what about et45 on an 18x9.5" wheel in the rear?
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what about et45 on an 18x9.5" wheel in the rear?
You can do this on an E92 no problem. Looks fine. I've post this picture a ton, but it shows it the best. 19x9.5 +45 w/ 265/30/19 on a E92.




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For ET35 I was told I could run 275 in rear with no rub, however, I am lowering as well so I will have to roll. Not concerned about this, though.

I just want to get as flush a look as possible.

I searched and found some ET22 on an E92 but the pic is challenging to see if it pushes the wheel out too far.

I think I will be fine with ET35 - I just hope I am not disappointed in the flushness.
I'm not sure if i totally missed it, but you still haven't told us the width of the wheel. If I missed the width, I apologize..it's been a long week. Offset means nothing if we do not know the exact width.
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10" wide wheel, 275 with a 35 offset lowered is going to rub. 9.5" wide lowered with 35 offset should be fine, maybe occasional rub but doubt it
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