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      04-06-2021, 11:44 AM   #1
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Need wheel fitment help

I'm looking to upgrade my wheels. I'm driving a 2011 E90 LCI 335xi on stock suspension (base model I think). Will 19x8.5 ET33 fit my car and what size tire should I get? I want to go with a square setup.
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https://support.apexraceparts.com/hc...-Fitment-Guide
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Already saw this. Doesn't really help with my question.
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Already saw this. Doesn't really help with my question.
Really? The first section answers basically your exact question. 2mm less offset won't make a meaningful difference since it's less than the difference between different brands of 235-width tires.

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Front & Rear: 19x8.5" ET35 with 235/35-19 tires
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245/35-19 tires can also be used, but 5mm front spacers may be required with certain aftermarket suspensions
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Then you are reading it incorrectly, there are sections for the different fitments and it covers PreLCI, LCI, Sedan, Coupes, Touring, M and nonM models.
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