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      04-17-2019, 08:09 AM   #45
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Quick question: I'm looking to run a set of Avant-Garde M359 wheels (19x9.0" ET18 fronts & 19x10.0" ET25 rear) on my 2013 335is. Should I be concerned with rubbing running such a high offset in the front?? 🧐
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I just got my summer wheels put on 18x8.5 et30 front with 235/40/18 , and 18x9.5 et35 rear with 265/35/18 . OEM sport suspension. Fit great, minor rubbing over bigger bumps in rear, should have went with 255 and it would be just fine.
i currently have a e93 bmw 335i convertible (non sport).....My original stock tires were 17 x 8, looking to upgrade to 18"

If i get staggered wheels with same dimensions as yours (18x8.5 - 235/40/18, 18x9.5 - 255/35/18), will the ride still be pretty smooth? I just want some wheels and tires that i can just order online and take it to a shop to put right on without the extra stuff like spacers and such

Im getting summer tires (michelin PS2-- and keeping my 17" as winter tires)

I dont go on the track or anything i just want to upgrade my wheels for a nice ring and better look
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i currently have a e93 bmw 335i convertible (non sport).....My original stock tires were 17 x 8, looking to upgrade to 18"

If i get staggered wheels with same dimensions as yours (18x8.5 - 235/40/18, 18x9.5 - 255/35/18), will the ride still be pretty smooth? I just want some wheels and tires that i can just order online and take it to a shop to put right on without the extra stuff like spacers and such

Im getting summer tires (michelin PS2-- and keeping my 17" as winter tires)

I dont go on the track or anything i just want to upgrade my wheels for a nice ring and better look

That will work.
Use et 30 front and et 25 rear and you will have 0 issues. Will be a straight balance and mount.
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That will work.
Use et 30 front and et 25 rear and you will have 0 issues. Will be a straight balance and mount.
Cool..thanks

Do you have any pictures of how it would look? I noticed on some pictures throughout certain threads, the back wheel looked lower than the front....Will mine look like that? Also, the wheels that im getting are these https://www.beyernwheels.com/BMW_wheels_beyern_ritz.php , do you know of any other wheels that looks good on a e93 that are 5 spokes? 5 spokes seem to look the best to me on convertibles
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Cool..thanks

Do you have any pictures of how it would look? I noticed on some pictures throughout certain threads, the back wheel looked lower than the front....Will mine look like that?
I had a e90 with that offset and it was almost flush with fender.

Wait you have a e93. I have a e92 and im running that setup. Dont have any pics on this phone. But i think my car will come up if you search under Beyern Spartan on this forum
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I had a e90 with that offset and it was almost flush with fender.

Wait you have a e93. I have a e92 and im running that setup. Dont have any pics on this phone. But i think my car will come up if you search under Beyern Spartan on this forum
Im getting the beyern ritz --- and just to confirm:

FRONT - 18x8.5 - 235/4018 ET30
REAR - 18x9.5 - 255/35/18 ET25

This is correct? all i have to do is get the shop to remove my 17s and they can throw those on and i wont need anything else like spacers or anything?




Is this yours?https://cdn.bimmerpost.com/forums/at...1&d=1510526138

See, i dunno if its the picture or not but the rear looks like the tire is smaller than the front....is that the picture or its suppsoe to look like that?
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Im getting the beyern ritz --- and just to confirm:

FRONT - 18x8.5 - 235/4018 ET30
REAR - 18x9.5 - 255/35/18 ET25

This is correct? all i have to do is get the shop to remove my 17s and they can throw those on and i wont need anything else like spacers or anything?




Is this yours?https://cdn.bimmerpost.com/forums/at...1&d=1510526138

See, i dunno if its the picture or not but the rear looks like the tire is smaller than the front....is that the picture or its suppsoe to look like that?

Yes you will be fine.
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Yes you will be fine.
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Yes you will be fine.
so when i go on beyern website for the beyern ritz, they only have 18 x 8.5 ET35 and 18 x 9.5 ET25

Would those two work and would it effect the handling?

https://www.beyernwheels.com/BMW_wheels_beyern_ritz.php
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so when i go on beyern website for the beyern ritz, they only have 18 x 8.5 ET35 and 18 x 9.5 ET25

Would those two work and would it effect the handling?

https://www.beyernwheels.com/BMW_wheels_beyern_ritz.php
No. The front wont be as flush with fender thats all. The lower the et the more flush it is. 30et front is the safest offset to run for a flush look.

But im sure what ever wheels you are looking at will have et 30 for 18x8.5. This is a common offset, shop around.
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Im getting the beyern ritz --- and just to confirm:

FRONT - 18x8.5 - 235/4018 ET30
REAR - 18x9.5 - 255/35/18 ET25

This is correct? all i have to do is get the shop to remove my 17s and they can throw those on and i wont need anything else like spacers or anything?




Is this yours?https://cdn.bimmerpost.com/forums/at...1&d=1510526138

See, i dunno if its the picture or not but the rear looks like the tire is smaller than the front....is that the picture or its suppsoe to look like that?
That is an optical illusion caused by lens distortion. See how his trunk looks smaller than his front?
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Any one had 8x17 ET24 with 225/45R17? Rear is/should be fine, how about the front?
I am thinking of this as my winter set up.
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