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      01-13-2013, 01:44 AM   #1
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19's on lci e90 xi.

Just a quick fitment check. I have an lci e90 xdrive and was wondering if these wheels would be okay:

F: 19x8.5 +35, 235/35/19

R: 19x9.5 +35, 265/30/19

Mainly the rear offset I'm unsure of. Any input is appreciated. Thanks in advance!
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      05-12-2013, 03:57 PM   #2
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yea they will fit
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You will probably need spacers with them as they will be pretty sunk in the wheel well
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      05-12-2013, 07:44 PM   #4
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Wow it took 4 months to get a response lmao. I completely forgot about this thread and have since bought a set of wheels already so I'm all set.

Thanks though for your input guys.

The wheels I have now are similarly sized, but 18's instead of 19's, and they dont seem to be sunken in, at least not enough to make me want to add spacers. Then again I'm not a part of the stretch-and-poke, 'hellaflush' gang. Or are you just trying to sell em to me? ha I'm onto your ways, project335i.
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