View Single Post
Old 12-02-2009, 10:20 PM   #5
Registered User
Join Date: Sep 2009
Location: All Over NJ...
Posts: 667
My Ride: 03 TiAg E46 M3 Coupe
Originally Posted by jack s View Post
If you currently have 275's, the 285's should fit the M3 rims. The only potential problem would be rubbing, which depends on offset.
thanks, i opened wikipedia's page on offsets, and more calculations, lol...but yes, i have the 275's on, and they only rub when i make tight u-turns, so i'm guessing same situation with the 285's, otherwise i'll just find some 5mm hubcentric spacers...
2003 E46 M3 COUPE

Check out my for sale threads: Misc. OEM E46 M3 Steering Wheel Parts | (2) H&R 2.5" 650lb/in coilover springs - $85
ILLuSioNz X is offline   Reply With Quote