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      01-27-2014, 09:54 PM   #1
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Im having a bit of touble with wheel fitment. Im looking to purchase a set of rims from kijiji. Just wondering if anyone could help me figure out if they'll fit. They were on an e46 m3. They're 19x8.5 et30 and 19x10 et28.

I have a 335i e93. Im not lowered yet bit I do have my kwv2 to inatall in the spring. Will I run into any issues with these? Thanks in advance
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      01-27-2014, 10:25 PM   #2
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You will probably not run into issues... e90/92 "standard" size and offset for 19" are usually 35 and 33 on 8.5/9.5 wheels. IDK what the offset is usually with a 10" rear.

Im no expert either, but I THINK the e46 wheel wont stick out as far as the e90 fitments. But then, for some reason i'm remembering that there is usually rubbing issues with e46 m3 wheels (sticks out too far and rubs), so maybe i have my numbers backwards.

either way, they will fit, just need to be careful with tire size and how low you might go, if these are leaning towards poking out too much.

If it was me though I would buy a set to fit the car, unless its a heck of a deal or you are in love.
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Im having a bit of touble with wheel fitment. Im looking to purchase a set of rims from kijiji. Just wondering if anyone could help me figure out if they'll fit. They were on an e46 m3. They're 19x8.5 et30 and 19x10 et28.

I have a 335i e93. Im not lowered yet bit I do have my kwv2 to inatall in the spring. Will I run into any issues with these? Thanks in advance
Front is fine with 235/35/19 no problems with that. The rear probably needs fender roll at least after you put coilovers. This 92 has 19x10 et25 with 265/30/19 http://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=531437
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Agreed. Front will be no problem, but the rears will likely need a roll.
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My old setup was 19x8.5 with 235/35 & 19x10 with 265/30 and I was lowered to the max on my ST Coilovers, I cleared everything fine with fenders rolled in the back.
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