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      11-01-2016, 09:48 PM   #1
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Wheel fitment ?

I will be picking up my 2010 e92 335i tomorrow. I currently drive a 2004 E60 530i. I have a set of staggered Miro 111s on the E60. 18x8.5 and 18x9.5 ET20. I know these would push out quite a bit, but for those who know the E92 better than I, will i have issues if I try to run these. Not really looking at lowering the car or rolling the fenders. Might just have to let them go with the E60.

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Bump for some expert advice.
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I will be picking up my 2010 e92 335i tomorrow. I currently drive a 2004 E60 530i. I have a set of staggered Miro 111s on the E60. 18x8.5 and 18x9.5 ET20. I know these would push out quite a bit, but for those who know the E92 better than I, will i have issues if I try to run these. Not really looking at lowering the car or rolling the fenders. Might just have to let them go with the E60.

Thanks in advance
Fenders come rolled and this should fi but it will be tight. From what i previously read if the wheels are to close to the fender. It won't be drivable
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Depends on your tires. On my e90 I got a set of work vssd 18x9.5 front +20 and 18x11 rear +25 with 225/40 front tires and 245/40 rear tires and my fenders are rolled by hand which is not as much as what a fender roller could do but it suffices and only runs and hard dips. I'm also lowered on coilovers. You should be fine on stock height with that fitment.
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You can check OEM fitments by filtering the dropdown on this website by "E90", but I think you will find most non-M OEM wheels have a 30 mm offset. 20mm is going to bring the wheel and tire much closer to the outside and nearer to the fender.

http://felgenkatalog.auto-treff.com/


You can also look at what TireRack recommends for your car, or even call them. They are very familiar with what fits.
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I am pretty sure they aren't going to work, especially since the rear tire is a 275. I have doing a lot of research, but really hard to find those offsets anywhere on this forum. That should be a clue that it just won't work. Thanks for all of your input. Greatly appreciated.
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Are the front and rears both a 20 offset? I have the same wheels with 245/40/18 fronts and 275/35/18 rears and rub on the fronts (large dips) but rears none because fenders have been rolled.
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Before I rolled my rear fenders, I scraped with 255 rear tires and a 15mm spacer but was fine with a 12mm so it will probably be pretty close with the 275 tires. I also had oem sports suspension which lowers the rear considerably.
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Are the front and rears both a 20 offset? I have the same wheels with 245/40/18 fronts and 275/35/18 rears and rub on the fronts (large dips) but rears none because fenders have been rolled.
Exact same wheel sizes as you and both front and back are 20 offset.
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