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Conversation Between JJR4884 and IMRD330Ci
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  1. JJR4884
    12-06-2009 11:56 PM
    hey whats goin on jon... its all about the offset of the rims. if your m3 rims are OEM, then the rim itself sticks out a lot more because they are made to fit M3 rear fenders. my rims aren't OEM, therefore the offset are made to fit my car. if you do put M3 rims on your car, you can make them fit. get some "thin" tires for the back (so go with 245's or 235's instead of OEM spec 255s) and if you roll your fenders you shouldn't have a problem. some people on here have fit them before so with the right tire and the right fender work, you should be ok....
  2. IMRD330Ci
    12-06-2009 10:51 PM
    Hey man I have a 330ci ZHP just bought 19" M3 rims everyone is saying that they the rears will not fit, but like your car and other I've seen the 19.5 rear fit, what do I need to do to make them fit, what kind of spacers do I need. any help will be appreciated, thanks John.

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