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      03-06-2014, 10:50 AM   #1
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F30 328i wheels on E90 330i

Hey guys. I am thinking about purchasing a set of used f30 double spoke 397 wheels & tires for my e90 2006 330i. Wheels are 18x8 & Tire size is 225/40R18. I am concerned about the fitment on my car. I do not have tpms on my car and these wheels look like they have it (see picture below). Will it still fit properly?




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These will fit just fine. They are 18x8 et34. TPMS will not be a problem. You will just have to replace the valve stem with a normal rubber one.
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These will fit just fine. They are 18x8 et34. TPMS will not be a problem. You will just have to replace the valve stem with a normal rubber one.
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Those will fit no problem at all. 18x8 ET34 is an easy fit.
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These will fit just fine. They are 18x8 et34. TPMS will not be a problem. You will just have to replace the valve stem with a normal rubber one.
I don't about the TPMS. I know that my old (07 E90) TPMS will not work with my 2011 E92. The part numbers are totally different. Are the F series TPMS the same as the pre-LCI E9x ones?
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I don't about the TPMS. I know that my old (07 E90) TPMS will not work with my 2011 E92. The part numbers are totally different. Are the F series TPMS the same as the pre-LCI E9x ones?
Sorry I should have been more clear. The OP doesn't have TPMS. So he was just wondering if we can run the wheels without them.
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