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Old 01-26-2014, 03:14 PM   #1
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Will e46 m3 alloys fit straight on my 03 plate 3 series diesel?

Will the m3 alloys fit straight on my car? Mines a 2003 3 series diesel, it's on 17's at the moment standard. More concerned about the width? Ones I'm looking at are size 5x120 8.5j? I think!


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If they came directly off of an M3, the fronts should fit fine, but the rears are more aggressive than you'd want to run.
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Ok. A wheels a wheel to me! There not directly off an m3. Rear is same size as the front 5x120 8.5j. The wheels I have on it now are standard BMW alloys tyre size 225/45r14. How do you mean more aggressive? Cheers.


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