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      06-17-2010, 10:57 AM   #1
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'09 BMW Rims-where can I find new ones?

Just bought a used '09 328i, great car, hate the rims. I have found 16x7 rims with the 5 bolt pattern, but I can't find the same offset. The offset for these rims says 31mm. Where can I find different OEM rims that have a 31 mm offset, or does that matter? how much tolerance can I go up to? 34mm, 40mm? looking for five spoke pattern? any help.
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      06-17-2010, 12:20 PM   #2
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Really the only OEM five spoke pattern wheels are style 287 or 189, both 18" wheels, 8" wide up front, 8.5" wide in the back with offsets of 34 front and 37 rear
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So you want new 16" wheels? Please upgrade to 17 or 18" OEM wheels, does looks so much better.
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Im selling a set of 189s if your intrested
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The 313s are 5 spoke as well. And you don't need to do staggered you can do square 8" or 8.5". You can also do after market. Lots of good choices for your 3er out there.
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Wheels, not rims.

Look in the FS section. Your lucky that you are in Cali, because that's where most of the used OEM wheels and aftermarket BMW wheels are.
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I have a set of pristine 287s with RFTs from a 2009 sports package (ony 1 year of use and under 9000 miles on them). I'm thinking about getting some 193Ms. I'm in Orange County.
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If you're looking for a sporty and classy wheel setup while maintaing both an aggressive and OEM appearance, i would recommend for you to check out the M6 style wheel for your 328! The setup that would work perfeclty is the 19x8.5 ET35 with a 235/35/19 in the front and 19x9.5 ET33 with a 265/30/19 in the rear. I can't shoot you over a PM due to your low post count so email me here at Alan************.com if you have any questions at all. I'll also include a few pics below of this setup on a E92 335i for you to check out in the meantime.

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