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      09-04-2016, 08:38 PM   #1
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Offsets correct???

Quick sanity check on my measurements and calculations.

I'm trying to sell some old 19x8.5 and 19x9.5 wheels from my 2008 E90. They fit great with 245s up front and 275s in rear with rolled fenders.

My measurements and math come up with an ET of 42 for the front and 24 for the rear.

Do those numbers seem reasonable?

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No...that would be a really weird offset combo. Hella sunk in the front and flush in the rear. o__O

The offset is usually embossed on the back side of the wheel somewhere.
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No...that would be a really weird offset combo. Hella sunk in the front and flush in the rear. o__O

The offset is usually embossed on the back side of the wheel somewhere.
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Do you have OE BMW wheels or aftermarket wheels? If they are OE, you can look up the style # to determine the offsets. Other than that, they are stamped on the back of the wheel. ETxx
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