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Old 07-22-2005, 06:10 PM   #1
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IForged 19x10.5 by 19.9.5 or 19x10 by 19x9

i just order some iforge rims wheelsboutique.com i got the senkas 3 piece (19x10 and 19x9) but i want to go wider like 19x10.5 and 19.9.5 but i'm not sure if it will rube against my fiber i have a 2004 m3. also i do have the pss9 coilover installed in my ride so ride height is not a problem. so please let me know if i can go wider. thanks guys

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Old 07-22-2005, 06:11 PM   #2
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Just an opinion, order Iforged directly through Iforged. I hear some of Iforged's dealers are pretty bad.
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Old 07-22-2005, 06:24 PM   #3
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Just an opinion, order Iforged directly through Iforged. I hear some of Iforged's dealers are pretty bad.
yeah i been reading that alot lately but i still need to know if the 19x10.5,19x9.5 will fit
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Old 07-22-2005, 08:38 PM   #4
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yeah i been reading that alot lately but i still need to know if the 19x10.5,19x9.5 will fit
I'd probably do 19x9 being chased by 10s in the rear. 10.5 is a bit too wide.
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Old 07-23-2005, 12:41 AM   #5
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i just order some iforge rims wheelsboutique.com i got the senkas 3 piece (19x10 and 19x9) but i want to go wider like 19x10.5 and 19.9.5 but i'm not sure if it will rube against my fiber i have a 2004 m3. also i do have the pss9 coilover installed in my ride so ride height is not a problem. so please let me know if i can go wider. thanks guys
Cancel your order from wheelsboutique, NOW. Ben is a liar and scam artist you will receive sumthin completely different. He doesn't knopw what he's talkin about and will keep on saying "yes" just to make the sale. Order from one of our site sponsors or directly from I forged.
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Old 07-23-2005, 03:04 AM   #6
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I believe 19x9.5 front and 19x10.5 rear will fit the M3 without any problem. But don't quote me on that. Email iforged directly, and Vince will tell you what's the best size for your car. If you wanna slam your car, then just get 19x10. I think you won't have any problem for the front wheels. I have 19x8.5 front and 19x10 rear on my 330ci, and I rub only on the rear. That's because my car is too low.
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Old 07-23-2005, 04:22 PM   #7
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I believe 19x9.5 front and 19x10.5 rear will fit the M3 without any problem. But don't quote me on that. Email iforged directly, and Vince will tell you what's the best size for your car. If you wanna slam your car, then just get 19x10. I think you won't have any problem for the front wheels. I have 19x8.5 front and 19x10 rear on my 330ci, and I rub only on the rear. That's because my car is too low.

ok if i get the 19x10 and 19x9 what tire size should i get. i have no clue
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Old 07-23-2005, 05:46 PM   #8
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youre gonna put 19x9 in front? you're gonna rub

go with 19x8 or 19x8.5 F 19x9 or 19x9.5 R

235/35/19 F and 245/35/19 R OR 255/30/19 R or 265/30/19 R
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Old 07-23-2005, 06:13 PM   #9
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youre gonna put 19x9 in front? you're gonna rub

go with 19x8 or 19x8.5 F 19x9 or 19x9.5 R

235/35/19 F and 245/35/19 R OR 255/30/19 R or 265/30/19 R
no way 19x8.5 and 19x9.5 thats too dinky i'll roll my fender if i have to
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You'll be fine with 19x9 & 19x10, that'll be the best setup for your M3. With that you can run 245/35/19 & 275/30/19 for fronts & rears, respectively.
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Cancel your order from wheelsboutique, NOW. Ben is a liar and scam artist you will receive sumthin completely different. He doesn't knopw what he's talkin about and will keep on saying "yes" just to make the sale. Order from one of our site sponsors or directly from I forged.
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youre gonna put 19x9 in front? you're gonna rub

go with 19x8 or 19x8.5 F 19x9 or 19x9.5 R

235/35/19 F and 245/35/19 R OR 255/30/19 R or 265/30/19 R
He has an M3, so I think 19x9 in front is fine for him.

Tire size I think you should be able to do 245/35/19 front and 275/30/19 rear.
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He has an M3, so I think 19x9 in front is fine for him.

Tire size I think you should be able to do 245/35/19 front and 275/30/19 rear.

thanks for the help b8888kc
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Just an opinion, order Iforged directly through Iforged. I hear some of Iforged's dealers are pretty bad.
There are some bad seeds out there, but there is a reputable vendor for iFORGED wheels here on e46fanatics now. Feel free to do a little checking up on clublexus.com or even here on this board for D2AUTOSPORT, for evidence.

iFORGED will not sell directly, they will refer you to a dealer.

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Old 07-26-2005, 06:15 PM   #15
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There are some bad seeds out there, but there is a reputable vendor for iFORGED wheels here on e46fanatics now. Feel free to do a little checking up on clublexus.com or even here on this board for D2AUTOSPORT, for evidence.

iFORGED will not sell directly, they will refer you to a dealer.

Let me know if I can offer any assistance.
i called d2 they got bad customer service to called for a price quote told me to call back in the morning i was like what call back in the morning all i need is a price quote.
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i called d2 they got bad customer service to called for a price quote told me to call back in the morning i was like what call back in the morning all i need is a price quote.
I'm sorry if the receptionist was not polite in any form or fashion, I just wanted to confirm pricing for e46fanatics.com (as it is a lower than our standard pricing) before quoting you. I do not think being asked to call back in the morning for a accurate e46fanatics member price quote constitutes bad customer service, in all honesty.

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