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      08-02-2012, 08:02 PM   #1
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This 19" wheels fit E90 LCI?

Hi all,
Newbie with E90 and new in this forum. I have this set of 19" sitting in my bro-in-law garage I can use if it fits my 2010 335d sport. Do you think it will look nice on E90 LCI?

What style are these rims? OEM? Will these fit my car? Need spacers? What tire size I need to get if these rims will work?

This is what I found behind the wheels

19X8.5jj 38mm

19X9.5jj 3/8

Tires on the rims are 245/35/19 and 245/45/19.

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omgut those rears!

swap them with a 265.30 asap....or else your speedo will text you death threats. And no spacers needed.
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Punch in the wheel info of what you are currently riding on and the info from these wheels in the wheel/tire calculator at the top of the page to see if they'll fit.
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      08-02-2012, 08:49 PM   #4
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yes, im planning to get the correct tires size for the front and rear : ). please excuse the existing tires in the pic. Just want to know if these rims / offset will fit before i start shopping for tires.

I currently have the 2010 335d sport package wheels on the car. Any suggestions will be appreciated...

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Rear is et38? If so they will fit no problem you should get 235/35/19 and 265/30/19.
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I think there is a OEM bmw style wheel like that? I am not positive... I am curious to know what style number they are...

I have Beyern Mesh wheels... looks very very similiar.

They will look good on an E90!... with the exception of the monster truck tires
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lol. How about the front offset? I will double check the rear again and let you guys know what the offset is. I thought I only saw 3/8, didnt know what that means... So you guys suggest this upgrade from the 2010 335d sport wheels? I thought the oem looks pretty nice already, but these 19" wouldnt be too bad.

Ill send you guys the exact offset of the rear when I get there. Pls let me know about the front.

And no spacers needed correct?

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Recommended -> 235/35/19 and 265/30/19

Since I have a pair of 245/35/19 mounted on the front wheels. will this be pushing it? will it fit fine without affecting anything? or Il have to buy all 4 new tires...

Note: stock height with sport package.

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Recommended -> 235/35/19 and 265/30/19

Since I have a pair of 245/35/19 mounted on the front wheels. will this be pushing it? will it fit fine without affecting anything? or Il have to buy all 4 new tires...

Note: stock height with sport package.

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You should be fine with the 245 with a 8.5 +38. So you'll need to find a pair of 265/30's or 275/30's depending on the offset.
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