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      02-20-2013, 06:23 PM   #1
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can someone help out with info please

hi ben has a set of wheels for sale on here and doesnt know what size they are or what type he says they are 17 inch not staggered

i can only find the same wheel in a 18inch style 189 stagered on all the web if any one can help it would be appreciated

i want to know the offset to and if they fit my e90 sedan ok

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      02-20-2013, 07:39 PM   #2
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Why don't you send him a pm and ask to have a look on the inside of the rims.
The specs should be there. If they are still on the car, then ask the tyre size on each rim. This will give you an idea of rim width and whether or not they are staggered 17" or 18". They look like 18" to me. As far as offset goes if they are
a standard BMW rim then it won't be any problem, but if you want a more flush look then I suggest Shane's M3 rims that he has for sale.
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      02-21-2013, 12:00 AM   #3
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They will fit your E90 fine, but they may look tad weak and you wont get any thumbs up from the cool kids
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      02-21-2013, 12:48 AM   #4
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Those wheels look identical to my originals , definitely 18" staggered if same

18 x 255 rear
18 x 225 front
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hey what you mean a tad weak ?? i dont need tuff lol
i want something easy to clean !!

i just thought id be able to find the model of wheels somewhere...and wondering if they might be after market as i cant find details.
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^ Not hectic enough uleh, talk to Stu from BMR and he'll hook you up with some nice rimz.
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Those wheels look identical to my originals , definitely 18" staggered if same

18 x 255 rear
18 x 225 front
thats what i thought
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hey what you mean a tad weak ?? i dont need tuff lol
i want something easy to clean !!

i just thought id be able to find the model of wheels somewhere...and wondering if they might be after market as i cant find details.
All wheels are easy to clean, I watch the wife clean them every week and I've never!! Broken even the slightest sweet
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All wheels are easy to clean, I watch the wife clean them every week and I've never!! Broken even the slightest sweet
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All wheels are easy to clean, I watch the wife clean them every week and I've never!! Broken even the slightest sweet
I hope your boss doesn't see your post, if she does i know you will get a thick ear

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hey what you mean a tad weak ?? i dont need tuff lol
i want something easy to clean !!

i just thought id be able to find the model of wheels somewhere...and wondering if they might be after market as i cant find details.
They definitely look like the oem 18's, as Gerry stated just get Ben to check tyre sizes and stamping/cast marks on the hubs of the wheels (he will have to remove to see them most likely)
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I hope your boss doesn't see your post, if she does i know you will get a thick ear
i'm liv'n on the edge
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