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Old 12-07-2012, 03:23 PM   #1
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My Ride: 2003.5 E46 M3 smg IR
Beyern rims 19" for M3

About to purchase this set of Beyern rims and tires.
Tires might be a bit meaty b/c 245/45/19 fr and 275/40/19 rr. Not even sure if these will work on my M3, but plan to get some lower profile tires in the future (35rr, 40 fr). I've never had beyern rims. What should i look for? Where are they supposed to be made or how to spot knock offs? I know they are german bmw supplier but.. I'm getting these used. Tires are michelin primacy.

Also these are from or were ordered for a 2006 bmw 750Li! This might be a problem first the offset, hub bore is the same and worst is the stud size is 14x1.25 while an m3 has 12x1.5 ...(these #s are from myboltpattern website).
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