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      03-10-2011, 06:12 PM   #1
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2011 E90 rim sizes

I am waiting on my 2011 335d and I am planning to upgrade the rims to 18". I am wondering how aggressive, wide I can go without any but any issues?
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Front fitment is the same as other e90's so 18x8.5 ET30-35 is good in the front. Rear needs a liitle higher offset than the pre-lci e90's. So 18x9.5 ET35-40.
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If you are looking for a staggerd set up, 8.5 up front et 35 and 9.5 rear et 35.

I am running this size/offset w/19" wheels on my d. Anything more agressive and you run the risk of rubbing up front when you turn your wheel or in the back if the car is loaded down and or when going over bumps.
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