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      10-29-2011, 01:46 AM   #1
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Style 5s fit e92?

Do 17" style 5s clear the brakes on 335s? Does it need spacer?

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anybody? -__- will it clear brakes?
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style 5's will fit fine, without spacers. I would only recommend spcers if your going for a flush look. The widths and offsets arent the best of e9x, but personally i think they look sick on e9x.

anyways hope that helps you out
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good luck finding a set.
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style 5's will fit fine, without spacers. I would only recommend spcers if your going for a flush look. The widths and offsets arent the best of e9x, but personally i think they look sick on e9x.

anyways hope that helps you out
Thanks exactly what I was looking for. Do you know anybody or have pics of somebody running 17" style 5s?

And the 17" style 5s clear the brakes?
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good luck finding a set.
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Does it clear the brakes on 335s ?
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no idea i was talking about 18" style 5 17" i dunno
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18" Style 5s look small enough; don't both with 17"s.
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Bump to an old thread...beats creating a new one!


How would a square setup look on an E92? I'm talking 18x9 all around...


I know chances are people don't have this setup on their car...but the wheel gods should be able to chime in and help out with advice.

Most of the Style 5 18's are: 18x8 or if your lucky you'll find a staggered setup: 18x8 (front) 18x9 (rear).


Would it be best to get a staggered setup or just run 18x9's all around if possible?
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How would a square setup look on an E92? I'm talking 18x9 all around...


I know chances are people don't have this setup on their car...but the wheel gods should be able to chime in and help out with advice.

Most of the Style 5 18's are: 18x8 or if your lucky you'll find a staggered setup: 18x8 (front) 18x9 (rear).


Would it be best to get a staggered setup or just run 18x9's all around if possible?



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The wheel gods have to have some insight here.

I'm thinking of going with a set of Style 5's if I can find them for a decent price...but I want to know if I should go staggered 18x8 (f) 18x9 (r) -OR- 18x9 all around?

I believe the offset of ET 20 or ET22
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They fit!
If you can get 18s tho... That would be seks
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The staggered 18x8 and 18x9 style 5s fit with no spacers






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They fit!
If you can get 18s tho... That would be seks

I'm working on getting my hands on 18's!!!

Hard to find...
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I appreciate the insight - but what about running an 18x9 square setup...rather than staggered?
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Should be good to go. The fronts will be close.

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If you can get 18s tho... That would be seks
17s fit? clears brakes?
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