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      03-17-2013, 02:59 PM   #1
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Will these tires and wheels fit my car?

Yo guys,

First time poster here, but lurking for quite some time...Here's my situation...I have a 2010 328i xdrive AWD sedan and was wondering if the following setup would fit my car? Here's the ad from Craigs list info:

19" ForgeStar F14 wheels and Michelin PS2 tires for BMW M3

Gunmetal ForgeStar F14's, were on an E92 BMW M3. Come with TPMS (tire pressure monitor sensors) that will work with a 2011 BMW M3. These are wide and make car look and handle excellent.

RIMS - Gunmetal ForgeStar F14's sizes
Fronts: 19x9 offset +20, - 25lbs without tire
Rears: 19x11 offset +32, - 26lbs without tire

TIRES
FRONT TIRES - Michelin Pilot Sport PS2's 265/35ZR/19 + TPMS
REAR TIRES - Michelin Pilot Sport PS2's 295/30ZR/19 + TPMS

Offset is flush with the fenders and no rubbing on a stock competition car (will work on a lowered car with a fender roll). No curb rash, great condition.

New this setup was ~$4,000. About 4500 miles on the tires (80%) so they still have alot of meat.

Asking $1950.00
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      03-17-2013, 03:02 PM   #2
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M3 has a wider body than regular E92 - so if they are truly flush on a M3 they won't fit on a non-M 3-series without some stretch 'n' poke (as in, the rims will be outboard of your fenders, and the tires won't fit.)
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      03-18-2013, 01:58 AM   #3
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Wheels yes. Tyres NO.

http://www.e90post.com/forums/showpo...&postcount=613

He has little bit more aggressive offsets and narrower tyres than those above and it rubs.

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Not too bad actually, mainly just weird inclines and big ups and downs on the freeway. Got better after some fender work in the rear!
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