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      10-29-2006, 10:31 AM   #1
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Rims for AWD (2006 325xi Touring/Wagon)

Does anyone know the detailed specs for rims for 2006 325xi Touring - 16" ie offset. I am trying to get some after market and need detailed specs. It the AWD different than the RWD and was there a change from E36 to E90/E91 models in the fit of rims
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AFAIK there is no difference between RWD and AWD. I bought normal winter tires. The wheel offset between E36 and E91 is different.
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The E91 offset for 16" wheels is ET:34 ( Same as E90 )

The E36 Touring used ET:46 for 16" wheels
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Does anyone know the detailed specs for rims for 2006 325xi Touring - 16" ie offset. I am trying to get some after market and need detailed specs. It the AWD different than the RWD and was there a change from E36 to E90/E91 models in the fit of rims
Look at the Wheels/tires forum and all your questions will be answered there.
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