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      04-28-2008, 07:57 AM   #1
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e46 m3 19's, Will these...

Fit my 335xi?

here are the offsets. Please let me know as I am trying to buy them off someone and I want to know if they will fit an XI before so. Thanks in advance.

Front Wheels are 19 x 8.5J - 225/40-19..

Rear wheels are 19 x 9.5J - 255/35-19
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They will fit, however, the fronts have are 19x8 et 41, which will looked tucked in. The rears are 19x9.5 et 27, which may rub depending on your suspension setup.

Does your car have stock suspension, sport suspension, or lowered after market suspension? If you're lowered you'll experience rubbing problems, but stock (or sport) suspension shouldnt have any issues.
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