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      10-01-2012, 01:45 PM   #1
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Info needed on this wheel setup

Hey guys I'm looking into buying a set of work wheels they are 19x10 in the front offset is 0 and rears are 19x11 offset is 12, any info on the amount of work that will need to be done and tire size to make them fit on my 2010 335i e92? Thanks!
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hi monkey from orange county, im curious what car and pcd those works came off of? 10 +0 would be flush at -3 with 235.35 front, the rears would need a shave 255.30 at -3. I wouldnt force it with those specs (not worth it) unless you go wider.
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Haha thanks for the info! I found the ad from a seller on Craigslist he was saying that he was going to put them on his m5. Curious how aggressive they would be on an e92.
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Hey guys I'm looking into buying a set of work wheels they are 19x10 in the front offset is 0 and rears are 19x11 offset is 12, any info on the amount of work that will need to be done and tire size to make them fit on my 2010 335i e92? Thanks!
Offsets aren't optimal for a 335. Don't think you can make them fit even with negative camber and rolling fenders. IMO I would pass on them since fitment would be too aggressive for your car.
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Offsets aren't optimal for a 335. Don't think you can make them fit even with negative camber and rolling fenders. IMO I would pass on them since fitment would be too aggressive for your car.
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Those sizes will not work on your car without some major fender modifications and stretched tires. The offsets are too low for the e9x non-M.
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