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      02-28-2012, 01:08 PM   #1
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Test fitting 20 inch rims

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Anyone in the north jersey area with 20 inch rims that would let me test fit them on my E90?
Im thinking about buying 20 inch rims but im afraid it will rub and I dont want to roll the fenders.
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You will be buying A LOT of 20" rims....
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I have 20's for my M3, but they are just for the summer. It won't rub as long as the offset and widths are correct.
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I have 20's for my M3, but they are just for the summer. It won't rub as long as the offset and widths are correct.
What do you recommend for a e90 prelci?
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I think 20" looks to big for a e90/e92 . why not 19s ??
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I think 20" looks to big for a e90/e92 . why not 19s ??
I have 19 already
So just stick to 19s?
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20's are definately the way to go and you'll be fine if you know how to drive!!
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20s are ugly as f##k unless you have a BIG car. stick with 19s homey
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BTW fender rolling is very simple, affects nothing visible and should definately be done for piece of mind but go 20's the 19's look too small i wish i had done 20's sooner...good luck!
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19's are for winter hell BMW offers them as a factory option... go hard or go home!
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I honestly think that 19's look best on non-M's and 20's look beat on M's. The M3's handle bigger rims better visually for some reason.

Although Craig those P40s's look pretty good. What car are you getting next?
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I had a set of 20x9 front and 20x10 rear with 35 offset front and back on my coupe. if you get something with those numbers u will need to roll your fenders, trim the splash guard on the rear and the front I removed my oil cooler plastic cover.
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All my car required was a fender roll which imo should be done on any w&t pkg... If u run the proper tire sizes u'll be fine!
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All my car required was a fender roll which imo should be done on any w&t pkg... If u run the proper tire sizes u'll be fine!
Sorry but whats W&T pkg
Whats the proper tires sizes for me?

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20's look to big on e90/2 ive seen them in person and for some reason they look really out of place. I would stick with 19s they look the best (visually) and you dont have to worry about every bump or crack on the road.
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I'm also lookin for a set of summer wheels and considering 20's over 19s. What should the wheel/tire sizes be to have a clean flush look w/o rubbing
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19's are too small imo... I ran 245/30 front and 275/25 rear Nitto Invo's
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19's are too small imo... I ran 245/30 front and 275/25 rear Nitto Invo's
Rim offsets?
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