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      08-05-2011, 10:44 AM   #1
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OEM M3 219 on an E92?

Hi guys, yet another fitment question for the wheel gurus.. I searched but could not find info regarding E92s. There are many E90s with this setup. Will the OEM m3 219m wheels fit an e92? With smaller tires ofcourse..

Correct me if Im wrong, I believe the wheels are: Front: 18x8.5 et 29 Rear: 18x9.5 et 29 or 23.

Thanks in advance. Very much appreciated.
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      08-05-2011, 04:04 PM   #2
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I looked into this recently...

IIRC, the rears, which are ET23, won't fit e92 without fender rolling. The rears do fit e90, but not with the larger tires that come standard with the M3.

I'm pretty sure the fronts fit fine, if anything you might run into trouble on the fender side. Camber may be needed. If someone can clarify this, I'd be interested in finding out for sure.

I'm considering running a squared setup with M3 fronts 18x8.5 ET29 all around. Although, I have no clue where I'm going to fine 2 sets of M3 front wheels...
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      08-06-2011, 12:58 AM   #3
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Most people have fit 255/35/18 (stock) without fender rolling. The 265/40/18 (stock m3) tires will require a roll. The front will be ok.
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