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      04-13-2008, 02:35 AM   #1
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Will a set of 06 oem 19" M3 rims fit my E90?


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I used the Velocity Motoring CSL replica 19" wheels designed for the E46 M3 on my E90 335i. The front are fine with 245/35/19, however the rears rubs too easily with 275/30/19"s. I tried the 265/30/19s (Generals) and it scraped the outer upper fender lip over bigger bumps with the tires when they were new. When the tires were over 50% worn, they have been pretty good. But remember the wheels are 1/2" wider than the stock M3 wheels. Also, the stock M3 255 tires would probably work anyways. In my case, I recently transferred the wheels to my E92 Coupe 335i, and those same half worn 265/30/19" on the CSL replicas rub much easier than on the Sedan. I am going to have to get the rear CSL replicas with more offset.
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