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Old 04-17-2016, 10:44 PM   #1
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What will these fit?

Long story short, I have a set of wheels from like 8 years ago. I am no longer in the BMW game.

I was originally told they were:

Size: 19x8.5 all around.
Offset: ET35mm all around.

What I got was:

Size: 19x8.5 front, 19x9.5 rear
Offset: ET 35mm in front, 32mm in rear

What I was told they fit:

"E36 (all 3 series including M3) and E46 (NON M3)"

I had them on my 2001 330Ci at the time and they rubbed a bit in back. I never had a chance to try them on my E46 M.

Now I'm looking to sell them and I honestly don't know what to say they fit. He said they don't fit an E46 M, but another M owner told me they did. The seller was also wrong on just about everything else, and I don't want to sell someone a set of wheels that won't work.

If it matters, the tires on the wheels are 265/30/19 and 235/35/19.

Any insight? I want to unload these but not screw someone over in the process.

2002 AA Gen 3 Level 2 Supercharged Titanium Silver Metallic M3 with nitrous and methanol injection
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Old 04-18-2016, 05:56 AM   #2
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When you advertise them just quote all the figures, diameter, widths, offsets and centre bore. Buyers will know what they want. It's not your responsibility to say what they fit.
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