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      02-15-2013, 09:45 PM   #1
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AG m310 and m359 fitment help! On E90 335i

I'm in the market for a 18" staggered setup on my 2008 335i E90.

I currently have factory 162 wheels with 225/40/18 and 255/35/18 tires.

With the factory wheels being 18x8 et34 and 18x8.5 et37, which setup is "best" for my car without needing to do any work to make them fit and still using my current runflat tires?

Ive heard the 18" m310 setup is no good due to brake caliper clearance issues?

Which wheel specs for the m310/m359 will work well with my car and tires?

Really appreciate any advice and am excited to purchase a set ASAP as soon as I get confirmation!
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Found out the same thing when I ordered my 310's the other day. Order canceled got the 359's instead. Specs are 18" 8.5 et35 and 9.5 et 33. They should be here Wednesday PM Ivan at pyspeed for the best Internet price I've found. If you call talk to Bobby. I will post up pics Thursday.
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Found out the same thing when I ordered my 310's the other day. Order canceled got the 359's instead. Specs are 18" 8.5 et35 and 9.5 et 33. They should be here Wednesday PM Ivan at pyspeed for the best Internet price I've found. If you call talk to Bobby. I will post up pics Thursday.
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Found out the same thing when I ordered my 310's the other day. Order canceled got the 359's instead. Specs are 18" 8.5 et35 and 9.5 et 33. They should be here Wednesday PM Ivan at pyspeed for the best Internet price I've found. If you call talk to Bobby. I will post up pics Thursday.
I did the same exact thing! Hoping to get mine soon too.
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Edit: which tire & size are you going with for your 18s?
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I have the m359's on my car. I love the set up! No fitment issues at all. I'm probably even gonna put some spacers on this summer. Here's a link to my post. http://www.e90post.com/forums/showth...hlight=ag+m359
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Edit: which tire & size are you going with for your 18s?
I just bought some like new Bridgestone rft's for the back with the factory sizes. The Bridgestone 255/35 tires are goon on a wheel from 8.5"-10" I wouldn't worry about the stretch to much. In a perfect world I would have bought some 265's but wasn't thinking about buying a 9.5" wheel. O well I will try to post some pics showing the stretch.
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