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      06-28-2008, 05:40 PM   #1
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HRE's from M3 fit 335i?

Hey guys, I tried doing a search and saw mixed responses in regards to rims from a E46 M3 fitting a 335 coupe. Would I be able to use them on my 335 coupe? I read a post stating I need spacers and I read posts stating that they wont fit. Which is correct? Anybody use aftermarket wheels from a E46 M3 for their 335 coupe?
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      06-28-2008, 05:44 PM   #2
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Spacers will make it worse for the rear you will need spacers up front if they are high offset. E46 M3 rear offsets are lower pushing the wheel closer to the fender. I'm running M3 offset HRE 448R on my E90. I rub a little in the rear running 19x10 with 275's with stock ZSP. The front fitment is perfect 19x9 with 38 ET.

So on an E92 you will rub in the rear and will require fender mods. On the front depending on the offset you may need spacers to give it a better fit.
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      06-28-2008, 09:12 PM   #3
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Depending on the offsets, they are most likely too aggressive for your car. I believe HRE did between an 18 and 22 rear offset in non-BBK fit which is too low for the E9X.
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