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      03-23-2011, 06:32 AM   #1
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would anyone know if 9x19 fronts offset 35 with 235/35/19 & 10x19 rears offset 35 with 265/30/19 would fit straight onto a 2006 e90 m sport saloon? thx
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Should be fine. Im running a 19x9 20et front and a 19x10 20 rear just had to roll my rear fenders.
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ET35 sounds fine.
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i'm not sure if the 19x9 ET35 dont hit the strut at the front...
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i'm not sure if the 19x9 ET35 dont hit the strut at the front...
Pretty sure it won't since my 20x8.5 with ET42 or 43 clears (I'm runnibg 10mm spacers though for the looks)
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The 9.0 +35's will clear the inside fine. We have ran a 9.5 +33 which has 4mm less clearance then this setup.

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fittment

thanks all for the info, so basically no spacers required.

dya think i would need to change to lower springs?
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