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      02-23-2015, 03:38 AM   #1
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328i e90 offset question.

Hey guys I have a 2009 328i that's been lowered on H&R sport springs 0.8" front and rear.

Will these wheels fit without getting fenders rolled?

19x8.5 et +35 front
19x9.5 et + 22 rear

running 235/35s front and 265/30s in the rear?

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The front should fit fine, rear might require a roll depending on which tire you run. Thats not hard data so others please feel free to chime in.

I just put on 810's
19x8.5 ET 35
19x9.5 ET 33

235/35/19
265/30/19

Michelin PSS so the rears are actually the size of a standard 275. my fenders are rolled and I may try and run a 5mm spacer, but theres not ample room
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The front should fit fine, rear might require a roll depending on which tire you run. Thats not hard data so others please feel free to chime in.

I just put on 810's
19x8.5 ET 35
19x9.5 ET 33

235/35/19
265/30/19

Michelin PSS so the rears are actually the size of a standard 275. my fenders are rolled and I may try and run a 5mm spacer, but theres not ample room
thanks for your reply. I hit up mod bargains and they said probably rolls in the back but I'm running 265s on 20s in the rear with mild offset and no rubbing but probably not as aggressive as + 22
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You'll likely want to roll those fenders.
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I ran those exact same wheels and offsets on my e92, had to roll the rears on stock sport suspension.
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I ran those exact same wheels and offsets on my e92, had to roll the rears on stock sport suspension.
okay thanks dude, I'll start looking.
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