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      06-17-2012, 07:49 PM   #1
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Style 203 wheels fit my 08 335 sedan?

Have an oppurtunity to pick up some style 203 wheels off of a Z for $500 on cl, will they fit my car? Have tires and tpms, so seems like a good deal....

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They're 18x8 ET47 and 18x8.5 ET50. So you need spacers both front and rear.
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Thanks!! that is what i was figuring, but wanted some confirmation from someone!
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