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Old 02-23-2012, 09:51 PM   #1
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Anyone know if 19x8 in the front and 19x9s in the rear off an m5 would fit on an 06 330i?
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Old 02-27-2012, 11:21 AM   #2
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Anyone know if 19x8 in the front and 19x9s in the rear off an m5 would fit on an 06 330i?
What year is the M5? What is the offset of the wheels?
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The M5 uses a low offset and the setup is most likely going to be too aggressive for your car. Let us know the exact wheel width and offset of the wheel so that we can get you an accurate answer!
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If so the E60 M5 wheels will be too aggressive for the E90 with a front ET of 12 and a rear of 28 the wheels will be entirely to "pushed" out. Most after market wheels will be more aggressive than the factory wheels, due to this if the wheels are off an E60 I would advise against trying to put them on an E90.

If the wheels are off an E39 M5 the offset will most likely be around ET20 or less, this also will be a bit to aggressive on the E9X.

If the wheels are off an F10 M5 you have a chance of them fitting but they will be very aggressive.

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Old 12-15-2012, 03:50 PM   #5
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I have the same problem . Im just Buying M3 wheels 19" original and in the rear side the tire don't fit on my car tire side are 265/35/zr19 .. what size of tire I can use on my 330i 2006 sport/pack..
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