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Old 04-22-2010, 10:47 PM   #1
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19x8.5'' ET43 and 19x10'' ET24 --- fit non-M sedan?

Guys, help me out. Here're the specs of the rims. Can they fit on my e46 sedan? I don't mind slight fender roll/cut, as long as they're flush and looking sick. But definitely don't want look silly... by the way my suspension is lowered.

Front: Two (2) 19 x 8.5" / +43mm Offset
Rear: Three (3) 19 x 10" / +24mm Offset
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Old 04-22-2010, 10:54 PM   #2
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It will look ridiculous. They may fit if you're on stock suspension, but then you'll just look like a ridiculous 4x4 with poking wheels in the rear. Fronts are fine.
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Old 04-22-2010, 10:56 PM   #3
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It will look ridiculous. They may fit if you're on stock suspension, but then you'll just look like a ridiculous 4x4 with poking wheels in the rear. Fronts are fine.
they stick out? uhhh

thanks bro. good to know. haven't bought them yet.
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This sedan has a 19x9.5 rear wheel (265/30R19) with a et30. So imagine yours pushed out another half an inch between the difference in width and offset.





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Old 04-22-2010, 11:30 PM   #5
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this one seems to be the upper limit but looks sick

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This sedan has a 19x9.5 rear wheel (265/30R19) with a et30. So imagine yours pushed out another half an inch between the difference in width and offset.




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Old 04-23-2010, 11:45 AM   #6
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Guys, help me out. Here're the specs of the rims. Can they fit on my e46 sedan? I don't mind slight fender roll/cut, as long as they're flush and looking sick. But definitely don't want look silly... by the way my suspension is lowered.

Front: Two (2) 19 x 8.5" / +43mm Offset
Rear: Three (3) 19 x 10" / +24mm Offset
They will be sticking out of your fenders like there is no tomorrow.

This is actually the recommended fitment we usually use on M3's. Even with modifications to the fenders and camber, I will doubt you will be able to pull this off without it poking.

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Old 04-24-2010, 07:46 PM   #7
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Charles, what is the widest I can go in the front (325i sedan)? I want a flush look, my car is dropped. Don't mind slight fender roll or cut. thanks.
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how about those same specs, except on an 04 325ci? Since the Ci is a little wider.
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