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      01-08-2007, 12:31 PM   #1
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Need Some Help on 19"s ...

Alright, there is a lot of data out here to read, and maybe I am a bit slow, but I really want 19's on my 335i coupe. BUT I do not want to have handling issues, rub, or the aftermarket rims stick too far out from the body.

What is the stock offset on the Style 189 Sport Pkg. 18's..??

I want to go to a 19 inch rim, but I am not so concerned about going much wider on the tires.

Style 189's are:
Front 225/40/18 8.0 width (Offset ?)
Rears 255/35/18 8.5 width (Offset ?)

I would like to go:
Front 235/35/19 8.5
Rears 265/30/19 9.5

When ordering, what "ET-" do I want to keep as close as possible to stock profile and not effect the strut/suspension.

Thank you all for your help!!
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here's a link that shows the stats for the e90/91/92 stock wheels:

http://zoouz.free.fr/e90_wh.htm

with this info, you should be able to play around with the stats of your new wheels using the calculator above and determine what's the best fit for your 19's. Good luck!
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