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      06-21-2011, 02:07 PM   #1
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OEM 19”wheels style 220 will fit my 07 328i convertible??

OEM 19”wheels style 220 will fit my 07 328i convertible??
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      06-21-2011, 03:26 PM   #2
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EDIT: Whoops, I misread this as Style 230. Either way, you can run Style 220 with a little tire stretch and a fender roll.
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      06-22-2011, 07:36 AM   #3
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I recommend to change the M3 tires, to the non-M regular size.
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The wheels are ET29 front and ET23 rear, so you'll need to roll the rear fenders and run 255/30 tires on the rear.
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So will these fit and what tire size do I need without putting spacer so that it won't rub or cause problems.


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Here's an e92 with those wheels.

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so i should go with 265/30 or 255/30 ? front 235/35 or 225/35??it won't rub or cause problems.or i will a little tire stretch and a fender roll


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??? help please


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??? help please


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hey were u able to get this accomplished? if so how did it come out and how is the ride? im trying to do the same thing with my BMW 328i
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hey were u able to get this accomplished? if so how did it come out and how is the ride? im trying to do the same thing with my BMW 328i
Yea I got a 2011 328i and I want to buy these 220m style rims. Will it be I quick install if I don't have my car lowered or any mods.
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Mine fit easy. 265/30 and 235/35. Stock sport suspension on my 2011 e92. No fender roll. Hmu if you want pics. 802-989-5140
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