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      12-15-2013, 12:39 AM   #1
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Question Experience with 19"/20"

hi everyone

I just bought a 2007 335i e92 and i need new rims or at least an idea what i could get.

I'm new to this modding and aftermarket stuff since i just got my first car in america and my German BMW stayed stock due to the high regulations on car modifications(pain in the a**).

After some research, I still am not quite sure on this(what i actually want to say is i have no idea). It seems to me like everyone is trying a different offset and it is confusing which would be optimal offset to get the widest tires (got my fenders rolled just in case).

I want to get 19" or 20" black matte wheels and i would like a thin sidewall on the tire. I looked a the ZCP OEM 359//M or the avant garde m359

What I want to know is the maximum offset and widest tires for front and rear 19", and 20" for e92 335i.

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Suspension then wheels!
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Stick with 19". 20" is too large for non-M's.
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Stick with 19". 20" is too large for non-M's.
I kinda figured that 20" might be a pushing my luck a little too far ...

But 19" is okay

What suspension do you recommend ? And why suspension before wheels ?
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