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      02-17-2011, 05:49 PM   #1
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Hey guys Ive got a quick questions.

Would 19x10 et20 bbs ch's m3 fitment fit on all four corners on a 335?
Yes i know it all depends on the height as well as the tire size, and roll/pull fenders but im just asking if there would be any issues on putting a 10" et20 wheel up front. also if anyone has any pictures of anything like that post them up.

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Its entirely possible to pull off.

if you want some help, what kind of suspension are you on? what tire sizes are you planning on using? e90 or e92?

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not my car but e92 and on bilstein pss9's
tire size im not too sure, i guess he'd go with any size that will allow him to be close to the floor but not rub like crazy
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you will want a 225/35/19 up front, ive done a 215/35/19 on a 9.5 but dont think I would try for a 10" with that tire.

rear would be a 245/35/19 to match.

Be careful of the front fenders if hes too low - they are plastic, and will shatter if a rim hits it.

Other then that - Go for it
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you will want a 225/35/19 up front, ive done a 215/35/19 on a 9.5 but dont think I would try for a 10" with that tire.

rear would be a 245/35/19 to match.

Be careful of the front fenders if hes too low - they are plastic, and will shatter if a rim hits it.

Other then that - Go for it
cool thanks man!
ive had 215's on a 9.5 on my a3 and thought it was pretty crazy so ill have to agree with you that 215's arent an ideal size for a 10. anyways thanks again
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