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      03-27-2024, 01:20 PM   #1
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Hello guys,new to the e9x platform coming from the e46 m3.

I might get a new set of wheels for my e92 335i as i dont like the stock ones and also i want to lower the car with some coilovers.
My question would be... can i run Fronts- 18x8.5 et13 & Rears- 18x10 et19?(stock fenders)
As a tyre option i was thinking about 265.35R18 on the rear but unsure for the fronts.
Any of you running a similar setup ? maybe ?

Thanks, any advice is welcomed.
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The offsets 13 and 19 are too aggressive for an E92 non M car, my 189's are ET34 and 37 and I've ordered VMR wheels in ET33 and 35. I plan on transferring my PS4S' to the new wheels and they should be plenty aggressive with the slightly wider wheels. I'll post a picture of the current setup below for reference. I do have AWD spring perches installed on the front which lowered it slightly.
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The offsets 13 and 19 are too aggressive for an E92 non M car, my 189's are ET34 and 37 and I've ordered VMR wheels in ET33 and 35. I plan on transferring my PS4S' to the new wheels and they should be plenty aggressive with the slightly wider wheels. I'll post a picture of the current setup below for reference. I do have AWD spring perches installed on the front which lowered it slightly.
so what offset do you think is going to be ok? 8.5 and 10 width.
i like the aggresive stance but i dont really want ro roll fenders and such.

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^ those 2 things dont go together
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