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      04-09-2008, 12:15 AM   #1
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Unhappy ET 37 Front and 39 Rear??

I want to buy some wheel M3 replica but the dealer says his wheel it's 8x19 and 9X19
but with a ET 37 front and 39 Rear.

What do you think for this ET? can i have any problem to fit? is it compatible?
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      04-09-2008, 12:19 AM   #2
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For a BMW E9x-series, yes, it would fit fine. Your signature says you drive a MB?
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I want to buy some wheel M3 replica but the dealer says his wheel it's 8x19 and 9X19
but with a ET 37 front and 39 Rear.

What do you think for this ET? can i have any problem to fit? is it compatible?
if it is vip tuning from portugal. don`t believe him. these reps where made by forest s.r.l in italia. the offset is 34 all around, nothing else.
offset 34 looks good. but your informant is wrong
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I want to buy some wheel M3 replica but the dealer says his wheel it's 8x19 and 9X19
but with a ET 37 front and 39 Rear.

What do you think for this ET? can i have any problem to fit? is it compatible?
That's actually the OEM 19" wheel offset.
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They will fit no problem.
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      04-09-2008, 02:37 PM   #6
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That's actually the OEM 19" wheel offset.
This is true. I had E90 oem wheels and these were the offsets. And they fit just fine. In fact I used a 12 mm spacer in the rear for it to look better
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Those offsets seem a little too conservative IMO. If I was swapping my wheels for a different set then I would get ones that didn't require spacers, but that's just me.
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