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      05-01-2009, 03:12 PM   #1
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What is the ET on OEM 17" v-spoke 188?

I couldn't read this out from the sticky about E92 wheels...

I found a link before to some good site that had lots of technical info about OEM wheels in this forum but now I can't find it some I would really appreciate some help.

By the way, I'm looking at some new rims that are 19 x 8.0 / + 32mm front and 19 x 9.0 / + 32mm rear. Would these fit without problem on my E92 or should I go with the same wheels but with +38mm?

Would 225/35 front and 265/30 be a good choice of tires or should I go with 255/30 rear? Or any other dimensions?

Really appreciate the help!
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First, the OEM style 188 is ET34 front, and ET37 rear.

For the 19" wheels, I'd go with the ET32 and 225/35 and 255/30 since they are 8" and 9" wide.
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