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      11-04-2013, 12:35 PM   #1
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Max width front of e92

hey guys have a 335xi i am thinking about running a 18x9.5 +22 squared set up the wheels currently have 265/35/18 which is fine for the rear but im guessing way to large for the front, these are te37 wheels off an m3 so wondering if they would fit that would be great thanks for the help guys!
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hey guys have a 335xi i am thinking about running a 18x9.5 +22 squared set up the wheels currently have 265/35/18 which is fine for the rear but im guessing way to large for the front, these are te37 wheels off an m3 so wondering if they would fit that would be great thanks for the help guys!
Sorry man but those are too aggressive. The wheels might work but you would have to run a 245/35 and gunna need some negative camber on the front and rear. A flush fitment would be around 30. 22 will be sticking out.
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Sorry man but those are too aggressive. The wheels might work but you would have to run a 245/35 and gunna need some negative camber on the front and rear. A flush fitment would be around 30. 22 will be sticking out.
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With a 265/35/18, that's going to be way too aggressive. If you're planning on running a meaty setup, you'll need higher offsets.
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You'll need a 225/40/18 up front. You should use the same size in the rear with a spacer.

Here is
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18x9.5 +7 rear with 225/40
http://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?p=14121212#post14121212
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You'll need a 225/40/18 up front. You should use the same size in the rear with a spacer.

Here is
18x9.5 +22 front with 225/40
18x9.5 +7 rear with 225/40
http://www.e90post.com/forums/showth...2#post14121212
So some serious stretch involved
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So some serious stretch involved
I wouldn't consider 225 on a 9.5 serious stretch.

http://tyrestretch.com/9.5_225_40_R18/
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