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      03-13-2008, 09:21 PM   #1
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Will stock e46 m3 19'' rims fit e90 sedan w/o sports pkg?

Sup guys, my friend's willing to sell me his 19'' stock e46 m3 rims to me at a very low price. I am very tempted to buy those rims but i dunno if those can fit my car. I've done some search and found that one guy successfully mounted them on his 328 with sports pkg. I am wondering if these rims fit my car as well? Thx in advance!
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I have the CSL OEM wheels on my 335 and they fit fine with my sport suspension...

Yes they will fit.
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      03-13-2008, 11:04 PM   #3
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I have the CSL OEM wheels on my 335 and they fit fine with my sport suspension...

Yes they will fit.
but my car has no sports suspension tho. they still fit?
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but my car has no sports suspension tho. they still fit?
It should be fine- no issues whatsoever.
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