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      09-12-2009, 11:40 PM   #1
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E9x M3 19" Wheels on 330xi

I sold my 19's to an employee of mine. Thought I'd share some quick photos.

Fitment is great. Offsets are PERFECT. No rubbing, no errors, no issues.

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Thumbs up Nice 220M 19" wheels!

Looks great. Post up some better shots, please.

Are these OEM? They look pretty flush in the rear.
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Looks great. Post up some better shots, please.

Are these OEM? They look pretty flush in the rear.
No better photos - sorry!

Yes, OEM.

PERFECTLY flush.
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is that stock or sport/zsp suspension
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is that stock or sport/zsp suspension
Its Xi, so there is only one suspension.


They look good on there Christian, but I want to see the M3 with its new wheels!!!!
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Good thing you didn't try to use the M3 OE tire sizes.
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Good thing you didn't try to use the M3 OE tire sizes.

So aslong as I change the tyres then M3 19 E92 alloys will fit a 325i M Sport E90?

Its doing my head in searching for new alloys but these are readily available on fleabay in the UK
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So aslong as I change the tyres then M3 19 E92 alloys will fit a 325i M Sport E90?

Its doing my head in searching for new alloys but these are readily available on fleabay in the UK
Not certain - simply because the xi sits a little higher. I'll say there is plenty of room left when mounted on an xi however. The fender gap to the tires is pretty substantial. See the pics.
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