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      03-23-2016, 08:03 PM   #1
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Will these wheels fit?

I have a 2012 335xi coupe (base model). I have been trying to find wheels and tires that will fit. Will these 19 inch ones fit? Which will fit best? For example there are several different 19's.

http://forged.vossenwheels.com/wheel/vps-302/#sizing

Also, on tire rack I wanted a nice pair of performance summer tires. Can someone please give me a list of some that would fit with the above wheels?

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The simple answer is yes they will fit. But what kind of setup do you want? You can go with a simple square setup using 19x8.5 with 225/35-19 tires for a close to stock replacement. Or you can go with a staggered setup with the same sized mentioned up front and say a 19x10 out back with 255/30-19 tires. The offsets will determine how close to the fenders the wheels sit. Your dealer will know what offset will give the correct clearance. Generally, the lower the offset number, the further the wheels will extend toward the fender. Exactly how much is determined by a combination of offset and wheel size. You can use the calculator at the top of this forum section to plug in numbers and see how they move the wheels around.
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