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      12-22-2011, 03:34 PM   #1
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M3 GTS wheels on a 328i xDrive?

What's up guys, I'm a noob to the forum so here's my question:

I want to put the 19 x 9 M3 GTS wheels on my 2011 328i xDrive coupe with sport package (not M sport package though), and I did not do anything to my suspension. I was told the GTS wheel has a 31mm offset, while the xDrive has an offset on a 19 x 9 of 37-39mm. So my wheel would stick out about 10mm street side, and I would prefer to not roll my fenders. The tire I was going to use is 245/35/19. Would this be an issue? Thanx for the help.
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I think it'll work, but you'll probably want a fender roll up front. Someone else can chime in.
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Those specs are a little aggressive up front but in the rear you shouldn't have any problems. Normally we recommend a 19x8.5 ET35 in front, and those stick out about 10mm further than what we recommend.
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