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      05-05-2014, 11:15 PM   #1
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Is there any chance to fit TE37 to 135i n55?

wondering anyone know what I need to do to fit those rims on my 135i
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why wouldnt they fit?
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I dunno, they said bc the offset or some reason
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lol cutes, pending on how you flush fitting you want you can fit 9/10 widths with +30/35 offset.

if youre a girl ill try harder to help you if a boy ill prolly be too busy washing my hair.
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LOL ^
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You can order them to suit your offset.
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That looks horrendous
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lol cutes, pending on how you flush fitting you want you can fit 9/10 widths with +30/35 offset.

if youre a girl ill try harder to help you if a boy ill prolly be too busy washing my hair.
Hey man sorry to sort of jack the thread, you seem to know what you're talking about. How would a 19x9ET25 in the front and 19x10.5ET20 in the rear go with a 335i e92? I believe it more of an m3 set up but was just wondering if i could run it?

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lol cutes, pending on how you flush fitting you want you can fit 9/10 widths with +30/35 offset.

if youre a girl ill try harder to help you if a boy ill prolly be too busy washing my hair.
Hey man sorry to sort of jack the thread, you seem to know what you're talking about. How would a 19x9ET25 in the front and 19x10.5ET20 in the rear go with a 335i e92? I believe it more of an m3 set up but was just wondering if i could run it?

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hi tom.. yes u can easily run that. if u keep stock camber and pending on ride height you can run 225.35 fronts and its a perfect fender flush. rears will need a roll on 245.30 for the least amount of rubbing. it will poke about 5mm at -1.8 on natural camber if its dropped.

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wondering anyone know what I need to do to fit those rims on my 135i
Have you been given specs, if so what were they?

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Hey man sorry to sort of jack the thread, you seem to know what you're talking about. How would a 19x9ET25 in the front and 19x10.5ET20 in the rear go with a 335i e92? I believe it more of an m3 set up but was just wondering if i could run it?

Cheers,
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Would fit fine, Allen ran this setup earlier (till he got defected lol)
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hi tom.. yes u can easily run that. if u keep stock camber and pending on ride height you can run 225.35 fronts and its a perfect fender flush. rears will need a roll on 245.30 for the least amount of rubbing. it will poke about 5mm at -1.8 on natural camber if its dropped.

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Awesome thanks for your help! Im going to have to decide if i want the stretch and poke look or just a clean flush fitting oem+ look!

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Have you been given specs, if so what were they?



Would fit fine, Allen ran this setup earlier (till he got defected lol)

Until he got defected... hahaha
How much are the legit 359s? compared to the ch-r's?
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Until he got defected... hahaha
How much are the legit 359s? compared to the ch-r's?
OEM 359s about $3.6k for the set
Just wait for a second hand set, they'll pop up eventually..
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