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      08-31-2010, 08:15 AM   #1
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E46 M3 "19 wheels on E92

I tried searching this but couldnt any info.

I want to put the "19 E46 M3 wheels on my 2010 328i coupe. Anybody do this?

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Will I have to worry about offset, etc?

Any help would be appreciated. Thanks in advance.
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      08-31-2010, 08:42 AM   #2
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personally don't think it'll look that great. I figured it was never a great idea to put a previous generation's rims on the current one. A lot of times it works better to put current gen's on previous ones though.

The rims that I think looks awsome on the E92 are the M6 wheels & current M3 wheels.
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I tried searching this but couldnt any info.

I want to put the "19 E46 M3 wheels on my 2010 328i coupe. Anybody do this?

Pics?

Will I have to worry about offset, etc?

Any help would be appreciated. Thanks in advance.
my RL friend has it on his e90 on it looks amazing actually
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I've seen it in person before. Looks alright I guess.
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It looks alright but I personally was never a fan of either of the E46 M3's wheels (sans the ZCP's, of course). But like someone already said, putting wheels on a previous generation car can look really nice like those who put the E9X M3 18's on an E46 M3
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I know that offset for 18s m3 wheels is wrong. Its et20.
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I was going to say... isn't the offset way off?
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The rear offsets are going to be a bit more aggressive and may require a fender roll to work properly.
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here is johns car, he had to mess around with tire size to get them to work but he is lowered and not many problems with rubbing
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here is johns car, he had to mess around with tire size to get them to work but he is lowered and not many problems with rubbing
I have to say that looks good, I've always been a fan of those wheels, but define "not many problems with rubbing"...
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