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      12-31-2011, 11:57 PM   #1
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Just got my new 335d!

Hey guys, best car on the planet, but i dont have to convince anyone reading this of that. Anyway, i want to put 19\' HRE p40 rims on it. Thoughts? Also, any suggestions on any other rim companies that have the same style/quality of the rims mentioned? Thanks for your opinions/thoughts. Once again, amazing performance car.
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      01-01-2012, 03:35 PM   #2
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Welcome and congrats!!

Any pics?!
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Those are pretty nice. I had hre's on an s4 once and they were cool. Expensive and hard to clean, but I liked them. With my D I chose a deep lip style wheel. The TSW cadwell. Go to tsw's website and you can see some pics. I think most bimmers look best with deep dish style wheels. Got luck with your decision.
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I'm running DPE's with no issues. I had iForged and they get dinged up easily. BBS are pretty classic, but I think our cars look better with a dish. If you are going to spend the money, get some aggressive custom offsets.
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Do you guys think 19' will have issues with the front? Like turning and rubbing the inside?
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Pics are coming soon, I just wanted to put the wheels on before I posted. I'm sure u guys all know what a black stock 335d looks like.
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Do you guys think 19' will have issues with the front? Like turning and rubbing the inside?
Plenty of people run 19's without issue, it comes down to the offsets and tire width. It might be a good idea to post in the wheels/tires section, and see if you can get more hits for your specific setup.

My 19's have these specs:

19x8 ET34
19x9 ET37

No rubbing at all.
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      01-04-2012, 12:25 AM   #8
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Im running 18x8.5 et 35 front
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18x9.5 et 22 rear.

No rubbing at all but needs a fender roll.

Using hankook evo v12 tires 225/245
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LCI has a different rear track and can't go as aggressive in the back... unless you roll.
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LCI has a different rear track and can't go as aggressive in the back... unless you roll.
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