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      10-02-2014, 12:59 PM   #1
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Help identifying these wheels on an E92?

I was wondering if someone could help me identify these wheels, which I found in photos for a listing for a CPO 335is coupe at a BMW dealership.

The listing indicates they're 19" X 8.0" front & 19" X 9.0" rear double-spoke light alloy wheels (Style 313). But the wheels in the photos definitely aren't the 313. They're sort of similar, but not the same wheels (I prefer the 313).

These are the style 313, which came stock on the E92 335is:


These are the wheels on the car I'm looking at:


I searched around quite a bit and finally found what I think they are, which is BMW Style 326, which was offered on the BMW Z4 M-Sport package I believe.

But when searching for wheels that fit the 335is, this wheel never showed up anywhere. Also I couldn't find a single photo anywhere of any E92 with the Style 326 wheel. Which makes me think that these wheels shouldn't fit on an E92?

I honestly dont know all that much about wheel sizing, but is it possible that the Style 326 could fit on the E92? According to BMWstylewheels.com they only are for the E89 Z4, and sizes are:
front: 8x19, ET29
rear: 9x19, ET40

For comparison, the sizes listed for the Style 313, for E92, are:
front: 8x19, ET37
rear: 9x19, ET39

Then I found this forum post which added to my confusion, since the posts basically say that a 326 replica made for the E9x does not exist. So it seems like if it did fit, they wouldn't say they wish for someone to make that wheel.

Can anyone shed some light? Am I overcomplicating it, and the OEM 326 wheel can easily fit on the E92? If so, assuming this is the 326 wheel on this car, would this make this car less valuable? Or possibly more valuable?

Thanks in advance!
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Yes they would fit but you would need a 5mm or 10mm spacer for the back wheels.
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      10-03-2014, 01:02 AM   #3
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They are indeed style 326 and can be easily fitted to E92. The front is just 8mm more out and the rear is 1mm more in than style 313. You can even add spacers to rear without issues. 10-12mm spacer would be good.
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