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Old 12-15-2012, 09:00 PM   #61
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Old 01-05-2013, 10:30 AM   #62
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Since this was the only thread i could find relating to the matter, i just bought a set of Style 95's with 215/35's up front and 235/35's in the rear. I'm lowered on H&R Race Springs and my fenders are rolled. Do you guys think i'll run into any rubbing issues in the front or rear?
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Old 01-13-2013, 03:38 PM   #63
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Hi E46ers, I am getting a really great deal on the style 95s, i want to make them work on an 2005 E46 M Sport - please i have seen a lot of info on the Coupe - i don't want to change the suspension setting - i wont be dropping the car - just want to know if that will make it easier to fit - please let me know what tyre setup i should use.

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Old 07-12-2013, 03:28 PM   #64
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Old 08-14-2013, 07:54 AM   #65
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Hello everyone,

I'd like to bump this topic a bit!

I was looking around for a nice pair of rims for my E46 and then my eye catched on a nice set of E38 styling 95's

Looking towards the photos placed here, it seems that just placing the 9J's up front and 10J's up rear SHOULD fit without rubbing on a standard 2000 E46 with only Msport lowering from the factory.

Theres only 1 thing that keeps catching my mind, seeing the photos it would seem that the 10J's stick out a bit towarding the rest of the car's body, would it be better to fit 9J's all round?

So that i won't have to roll the fenders to overcome the rubbing, which i don't want at all, same as above, fenders are rock solid.

Im not planning on lowering the car, since Netherlands is FULL of stupid ****ing speedbumps.

Ive seen a website from a Dutch shop, which sells the rims separate, replica's still, but i dont mind that. So i could order a set of 4 9J's all round.

Would that overcome the issue of rubbing, together with the rims sticking out of the body on the rear?

And then just put 235/35/19 all round? Or wouldnt that be able to fit up front and do i have to go with 215/35/19 there? But isn't my problem then that the stretch wouldnt be looking about the same on all 4?

Questions questions, fitting these seems alot harder in my mind then it seemed when i picked them out.

Whats also bothering me, is the ET, since stock is about 40-47?? And these are 24, wouldnt that be a problem on fitting? Mostly sticking out up front? The rear can take it since its already about 2cm inward already.

Im currently on original styling 135 18" all round, not sure about the ET or J.

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Old 08-15-2013, 02:07 PM   #66
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Hello all, I just wanted to ask if ill need spacers when installing my raceland coilovers on saturday. Obviously I have style 95s and running 215/35/19 in front and 235/35/19 in the rear. Will I need spacers or will it clear without? Thanks for the help.





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Old 08-17-2013, 03:42 PM   #67
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Since nobody knows on this site the answer to my question ill go ahead and answer it to help others who may need it in the future......

No spacers needed.

(Idk if its me but this site is extremely slow with responses....)
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Old 03-10-2014, 10:55 AM   #68
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What do you need to put style 95 rims on a 06 (e90) 325i (base, no sports pckg)? Cant find answer anywhere!?

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Old 06-28-2014, 04:10 PM   #69
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will fit on any e46 and e90...the problem is tires and suspension
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Old 07-07-2014, 12:46 AM   #72
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i just put my style 95 =)
215/35 front
225/35 rears
no spacers
fenders not rolled

It looks like the front tires will be rubbing the fenders when taking a corner?
Turning over with steering wheel to the maximum will not give any problems like tires being stuck inside the wheel gap?
I found a set of style 95 rims and want to place them under my E46 coupe aswell...

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