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      03-13-2008, 10:39 PM   #1
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can I get M3 rims for my E90 335?

Just wondering how a set of M3 rims would look on the sedan.
Do they fit?? where can I get a set? which ones? Flea bay??
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Just wondering how a set of M3 rims would look on the sedan.
Do they fit?? where can I get a set? which ones? Flea bay??
Which M3 wheels are you talking about?
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These?
http://www.e90post.com/forums/showth...hlight=m3+rims
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I'd love to see reps in 17" or 18", personally. So if someone knows a vendor, please link it or PM me?
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tons of vendors...selling m3 reps... go take a look at the vendors' classifieds section..
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      03-14-2008, 09:03 AM   #6
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yes, very nice...
the ones I like are the ones I saw on the 08 M3 I saw at the dealer yesterday.
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I just ordered these (style 220's, the new M3 wheel) from JLevi last week. Mounted with TPMS and General Exclaim's, shipped for a little over $2000.

Might want to hurry, they were offering a discount for pre-orders of $99. Should be here in a couple weeks.

Here they are on a black sedan. http://www.e90post.com/forums/showpo...4&postcount=82
On a white: http://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=121998
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yes, very nice...
the ones I like are the ones I saw on the 08 M3 I saw at the dealer yesterday.
The ones that we carry are the M3 wheel replicas so they're pretty much the same as the ones you saw.

Please let me know if you have any questions regarding the wheels.
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I just ordered these (style 220's, the new M3 wheel) from JLevi last week. Mounted with TPMS and General Exclaim's, shipped for a little over $2000.

Might want to hurry, they were offering a discount for pre-orders of $99. Should be here in a couple weeks.

Here they are on a black sedan. http://www.e90post.com/forums/showpo...4&postcount=82
On a white: http://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=121998


These wheels have been selling pretty well. I believe there are only a few sets left for this first shipment.
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      03-14-2008, 03:34 PM   #10
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they are nice, giving consideration....
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Considering you have a sedan, you may wanna opt for the oem wheels. They're forged and they have a more aggressive offset in the rear.
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      03-14-2008, 09:12 PM   #12
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aren't they super expensive??
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Uh, YEAH! Any OEM wheel from BMW is going to run you at least $3000 for the set. A quality set of spacers in back and you'll be fine. I'll show you mine with 15mm spacers on reps in a few weeks.
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So those wheels fit w/o rubbing? I'm trying to see if the 18" E90 Sedan wheels will fit on the back of a E90 325i Sedan? Anyone know?

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I just ordered these (style 220's, the new M3 wheel) from JLevi last week. Mounted with TPMS and General Exclaim's, shipped for a little over $2000.

Might want to hurry, they were offering a discount for pre-orders of $99. Should be here in a couple weeks.

Here they are on a black sedan. http://www.e90post.com/forums/showpo...4&postcount=82
On a white: http://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=121998
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Look on the M3 Forums, there are a few used sets of both 18's and 19's if you are looking to go OEM.
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So those wheels fit w/o rubbing? I'm trying to see if the 18" E90 Sedan wheels will fit on the back of a E90 325i Sedan? Anyone know?
As long as they are M3 reps, they should be offered in E9x Non-M offset. Anything in a M3 offset may require fending rolling.

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As long as they are M3 reps, they should be offered in E9x Non-M offset. Anything in a M3 offset may require fending rolling.

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Thanks...that's what I'm afraid of...rolling fenders. I like the OEM E90 M3 18" wheels.....they are 18x9.5" with 265/40R18 tires.....I think it's mainly the tires that is the problem because they look to be a larger overall diameter than the 255/35R17s on the back of the car right now.
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I would put a 265/35 18 in the rear, that's closer to the OEM 335 overall diameter.

Play with the sizes here: http://www.1010tires.com/tiresizecalculator.asp

E90's in 17's with a sport pkg have a 255/40 17 not 255/35
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Would 18" M3's fit for winter tires? or 18" reps 260M?
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I would put a 265/35 18 in the rear, that's closer to the OEM 335 overall diameter.

Play with the sizes here: http://www.1010tires.com/tiresizecalculator.asp

E90's in 17's with a sport pkg have a 255/40 17 not 255/35
That's what I was thinking...265/35R18 is what should go on the rear. Sorry, didn't realize I typed 255/35 on accident.
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M3's generally run a bit taller sidewall then a Non-M. Running the 265/35/18 will definitely help but fender rolling still may be required. The rubbing issues you'll most likely have will be during compression or with a load in cabin.

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