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Old 02-16-2010, 02:54 PM   #1
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Another tire size thread...

I searched and can't find an answer for this specific set of wheels and offset's, if the answer is out there...sorry for asking again. I'm looking at a set of ASA AR1 18" wheels, 18x8 up front, 18x9 in the rear with a 45mm rear offset. The seller states these tires will work with any BMW, possibly with the use of a spacer. Tires are 245/40/18 up front (these shouldn't be a problem from what I understand), and 275/35/18 in the rear. I have a 325i sedan, not lowered yet but i'm on bilstein shocks if that matters, I doubt sedan's can fit 275's on the back but i'm just wondering...
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