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Old 08-06-2010, 02:25 AM   #1
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I have read alot and i know 18x9.5 is perfect size for all around on the e46 m3. I know 19s arnt the perfect track wheel which i dont track my car but want a square setup for tire life and cornering. I am wondering if VMR V713 19x9.5 all around will work and if so what size offset should i have. I plan to run 265s on each corner. I am not biased where i buy them from but i have heard alot of good things from mod bargins and they answered alot of my questions i had on the forgestars but love the 713 look way more.

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Old 08-06-2010, 02:40 AM   #2
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sorry i forgot to post this also, do you think i could run 265s all the way around on my OEM 19s for around a month or 2 until i can order the new rims. my belts are almost showing and i need new tires asap.
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We've had a customer run our V713's in a 19x9.5 +33 up front with a 10mm-12mm spacer to clear the strut and a 19x9.5 +22 in there rear. Fronts were packaged with a 245 and the rears with packaged with a 265. Fronts have extremely minimal clearance with the outside as well as inside. It will be tough to run a 265, but it can be done with some camber adjustments and fender rolling.



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