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      12-21-2013, 01:22 AM   #1
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Widest 18" wheels on stock suspension for '07 335 E92?

Searched around quite a bit, but didn't find any concrete info...

I'm considering getting new wheels, and am wondering whether I can fit 9" and 10" rims on the front/rear, respectively. I want to keep my stock suspension and obviously don't want any rubbing issues.

I don't do track and rarely drive spiritedly - this is mostly for look. Gotta be 18"!

What are you guys running? Wheel / offset / tire size?

And of course, bonus points for pics
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Yes 9 at front and 10 rear will fit easily. As long as the offset is right. At the front 18x9 et35-30 with 235/40/18 and rear 18x10 et 35-30 with 265/35/18 is all right.

You can go more lower offset and wider wheels, but then you need to consider the fact that it might need fender roll or narrower tyre etc. Also if you go with really low offset it's going to look little bit funny, because the stock suspension with lowered suspension it would look better.

Bmw e92 18x9 et32 front and 18x10 et35 rear tyre 265/35/18.
http://www.7machine.com/bmw/87913.html
http://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=551411

This e92 has 18x8.5 et22 front (The 18x9 et28 will extend to same point) and 18x10 et25 rear

http://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=918889

Just for example E92 18x9 et22 and 18x11 et32, but this is something that i wouldn't recommend for you, because it wont work with stock suspension and probably rubs etc.

http://m4kk3.kuvat.fi/kuvat/BMW+325D+-08/30.09.2013/
http://m4kk3.kuvat.fi/kuvat/BMW+325D+-08/CCW/
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MonacoBlueE90, thanks very much for the detailed reply - just what I need. Awesome stuff.
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MonacoBlueE90, thanks very much for the detailed reply - just what I need. Awesome stuff.
One E92 with 18x9 et33 235/40/18 and 18x10 et33 with 265/35/18 not lowered.
http://www.e90post.com/forums/showpo...1&postcount=21

Just remember if you ever decide to lower it you might encounter some rubbing at rear.
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