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      12-27-2013, 10:38 AM   #1
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E93 335 Offset question? will they fit E46 M3 ZCPs?

I searched a little today but i am not sure.

Here are the specs for the wheels in question:
19x8 et47 245/35/19 (PS2)
19x9.5 et27 265/30/19 (PS2)

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      12-27-2013, 10:57 AM   #2
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your front will def need some spacers for they are sunk in about +35mm, and the rear will sink in +8mm behind your fender
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Yes, definitely need spacers in the front. Rear will be okay but roll your fenders just in case. And run a 235/35/19 in the front since you are going to run a 19x8.
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im running 9.5et25 at the rear with a 255/30 and i'm just about okay, i think for a 265/30 you may need a roll... the fronts will defo need spacers...
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Rears are a little more aggressive than I recommend, but fronts will definitely need a spacer. I would also size the front tires down to a 235/35/19.
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thanks!

I was considering giving a set I have to my brother who has an E93. Anyone ever see this before? He has the 335is OEM wheels and was thinking of something similar but perhaps larger ie 19s.
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