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      11-29-2005, 12:19 PM   #1
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Will these 19 Milli Miglias fit a base E90?

Before you get on my case, I've been searching the forums, but I'm still trying to figure out if this setup will work.

My friend is selling his Milli Miglia Evos-s rims, they look similar to the 179s.

They fit on his 2002 325i, so I'm hoping they'll fit on my base E90 (325i).

Front: 235/35/19 (44mm offset) [8.5 inch width]
Back: 265/30/19 (45mm offset)[9.5 inch width]



<img src="http://a.im.craigslist.org/Tj/pV/d82XfV4tnnpKBpqaHgjp47OXNDCd.jpg">
<b> Milli Miglia</b>


<img src="http://www.bmwwheels.com/images/ecomm/StarSpoke179.jpg">
<b>OEM Star Spoke 179 </b> at <a href="http://www.bmwwheels.com/bmwwheels_detail.asp?ws=179&Series=E90">bmwwheels. com</a>
Front: 225/35/19
Back: 255/30/19

Can anyone help me?

Thanks!!

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What's the width on the those rims? Also, are they staggered (rears wider than the fronts)? From the info you gave so far, they will fit, but it is just a matter of how they will sit under the fenders. With the offsets that you listed (and the fact that they were mounted on an E46) tells me that they will sit under the fenders quite a bit. You may need to get some spacers to make them sit further out.
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What's the width on the those rims? Also, are they staggered (rears wider than the fronts)? From the info you gave so far, they will fit, but it is just a matter of how they will sit under the fenders. With the offsets that you listed (and the fact that they were mounted on an E46) tells me that they will sit under the fenders quite a bit. You may need to get some spacers to make them sit further out.
Dude, I don't think you ever read the guy's post with all info. above.
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For those wheels, you'll need 20mm spacer in the rear and 10mm in the front one.
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