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      05-06-2014, 12:31 AM   #1
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style 189 safe for my 328i xdrive??

are this wheels safe for the xdrive system in my car since they are wider rims in the back? car is a 2010 sedan

looking to replace the weak looking 16 inch the car came with , but concern of harming the xdrive system or experience vibration.

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As long as the tires are OEM sizes or another combination that is within a 1% rolling diameter you should be fine.

FYI - the sport package on the xi includes staggered rim sizes.
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