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    Will these wheels fit my e90?

    Hello all. My friend is selling his advan garde wheels from his e46 m3 at a great price and I was thinking of buying them as an extra set. Im not sure he measures the offsets correctly. But from the number he gave me, fronts are 25 and rears are 38. They are advan garde wheels. 19x8.5 fronts and 19x9.5 rears. Do you believe these will fit my car as the deal is great.

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    Anyone have any idea? I really dont want to miss out on this deal..

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    Whomever knows wheel fitments on the E90 is necessary.

    The front should work. I don't know about the rear.

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    Thank you for your input. Do you think theres a different section of the forum I should post this question in to get more input? Its a great deal so Im hoping they work.
    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    Whomever knows wheel fitments on the E90 is necessary.

    The front should work. I don't know about the rear.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by woptang22 Click here to enlarge
    Thank you for your input. Do you think theres a different section of the forum I should post this question in to get more input? Its a great deal so Im hoping they work.
    The 3 Series forum. I'll move it there with a redirect.

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    Thank you very much. I appreciate your help.
    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    Maybe @CoreyWB will know.

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    The offset and fitment is too aggressive for your car. @Sticky @woptang22

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    Really? The fronts will fit from what Im told. But the rears may be an issue. Ahh too bad I guess. Would the rears work with rolled fenders?
    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by CoreyWB Click here to enlarge
    The offset and fitment is too aggressive for your car. @Sticky @woptang22

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    I don't know but I wouldn't risk it. Since they are your friends why not just go test fit a rear and see?

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    No Problem ! My friend has 9.5x19 et20 265/30x19 on his E90
    so et38 rear is no problem !

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by CompactKingDK Click here to enlarge
    No Problem ! My friend has 9.5x19 et20 265/30x19 on his E90
    so et38 rear is no problem !
    Thank you!

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    I was actually planning on going to his house and mounting a rear wheel. The only issue is the wheels dont have tires on them, so we wouldnt be able to put the car down to actually see how the wheel fits in. But I guess it will at least give me a starting point to see the rim on the car.
    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    I don't know but I wouldn't risk it. Since they are your friends why not just go test fit a rear and see?

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    John,

    I know we touched base via email about this but I'd just thought I'd share this info with everyone else in the community who might have the same question. The E46 M3 does have the same front fitment but the rears are a bit more aggressive. This holds true so long as he purchased the correct set for his car. You can always have him pull the wheels off and you guys can check the offsets on the back. It’ll be stamped/engraved ET XX and you can see if it matches the info provided below which are the fitments Avant Garde makes.

    E9X 3 series:
    19x8.5 ET35 – 235/35/19
    19x9.5 ET33 – 265/30/19

    E46 M3:
    19x8.5 ET35 – 245/35/19
    19x9.5 ET22 – 275/30/19

    Short answer being yes, you can fit the 19x9.5 ET22 on your 3 series and I’d recommend the 265/30/19 tire to match. However, this is considered an aggressive fitment and you will have to roll your rear fenders to make this work if the car is lowered (and you are). Adding spacers won’t help as it makes it more aggressive not more conservative. For example, if the wheel is an ET33 and you add a 10mm spacer, the offset will be ET23. This works if you’re looking to put a wheel from an E90 3 series to an E46 M3, not the other way around.

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    ^ Thank you Alan! Great post.

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    I have a 19x9 ET 24 in the front, but with a 215/35 tire (stretched). It could fit with a non stretched tire, just depends on how low you are.

    Also, why wouldn't a 19x9.5 ET 38 fit? There shouldn't be an issue on the strut side. Even if there is, 5mm spacer can fix that problem.
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    I had the offsets a bit wrong. The fronts are +35 and the rears are +22. The rears are what seem to concern me. They are off an e46 M3 so the rears are pretty aggressive. And the problem is, I cant find anyone is my area willing to roll the rear fenders. My friend only wants to sell the rims for $300 which is a steal. SO Im trying to find a way to make this work. I know the recommended tire size is 265/30/19, but if I went with a 245/30/19 would that allow the rim to fit without any rubbing? I am also on KW V1 coilovers which I know doesnt help the situation. But Im just looking for ways to make this work. But also trying to avoid all the rubbing issues. Good news is, I rarely have anyelse else in my car except my son which is 40 pounds. Im sure hes not going to cause the rear to rub lol. So do you all believe I could make this work using 245/30/19 rear tires?
    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by EDM92 Click here to enlarge
    I have a 19x9 ET 24 in the front, but with a 215/35 tire (stretched). It could fit with a non stretched tire, just depends on how low you are.

    Also, why wouldn't a 19x9.5 ET 38 fit? There shouldn't be an issue on the strut side. Even if there is, 5mm spacer can fix that problem.

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    Alan, thank you for throwing this up here for me, and as stated already I made a mistake on my first post as far as offsets go. The fronts are 19x8.5 with et35 the rears are 19x9.5 et22. Im sorry for posting the wrong info in my first post. But maybe some other member using a +22 rear offset could chime in with some advice and how it works with your car. By the way ALan, Im having a very hard time finding anyone in my area that will roll the fenders. Everyone I contact is telling me theres too much of a chance they will crack the paint. So Im not sure what to do. As I mentioned previously can I use a smaller tire such as a 245/30/19 instead of the recommended 265/30/19 tire so there would be less tire there to rub anything? Im hoping this will work being no one will roll my fenders.
    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by ModBargains.com Click here to enlarge
    John,

    I know we touched base via email about this but I'd just thought I'd share this info with everyone else in the community who might have the same question. The E46 M3 does have the same front fitment but the rears are a bit more aggressive. This holds true so long as he purchased the correct set for his car. You can always have him pull the wheels off and you guys can check the offsets on the back. It’ll be stamped/engraved ET XX and you can see if it matches the info provided below which are the fitments Avant Garde makes.

    E9X 3 series:
    19x8.5 ET35 – 235/35/19
    19x9.5 ET33 – 265/30/19

    E46 M3:
    19x8.5 ET35 – 245/35/19
    19x9.5 ET22 – 275/30/19

    Short answer being yes, you can fit the 19x9.5 ET22 on your 3 series and I’d recommend the 265/30/19 tire to match. However, this is considered an aggressive fitment and you will have to roll your rear fenders to make this work if the car is lowered (and you are). Adding spacers won’t help as it makes it more aggressive not more conservative. For example, if the wheel is an ET33 and you add a 10mm spacer, the offset will be ET23. This works if you’re looking to put a wheel from an E90 3 series to an E46 M3, not the other way around.

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    correction

    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by woptang22 Click here to enlarge
    Hello all. My friend is selling his advan garde wheels from his e46 m3 at a great price and I was thinking of buying them as an extra set. Im not sure he measures the offsets correctly. But from the number he gave me, fronts are et35 and rears are et22. They are advan garde wheels. 19x8.5 fronts and 19x9.5 rears. Do you believe these will fit my car as the deal is great.
    Sorry for the wrong info. But I had the offsets wrong. These are now corrected. et35 front et22 rear.

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    Where are you located @woptang22?

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    By the way Alan, my buddy already has the wheels off the car so I told him to look for the offsets on the back of the wheels. I was on the phone with him while he was doing it. And he was reading a bunch of stuff engraved on the rear of the wheels and none of them said "ET" so he couldnt find the offsets on the wheels for some reason. Im wondering if his wheels are older and possibly dont have the offsets engraved on them? Im not really sure.
    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by ModBargains.com Click here to enlarge
    John,

    I know we touched base via email about this but I'd just thought I'd share this info with everyone else in the community who might have the same question. The E46 M3 does have the same front fitment but the rears are a bit more aggressive. This holds true so long as he purchased the correct set for his car. You can always have him pull the wheels off and you guys can check the offsets on the back. It’ll be stamped/engraved ET XX and you can see if it matches the info provided below which are the fitments Avant Garde makes.

    E9X 3 series:
    19x8.5 ET35 – 235/35/19
    19x9.5 ET33 – 265/30/19

    E46 M3:
    19x8.5 ET35 – 245/35/19
    19x9.5 ET22 – 275/30/19

    Short answer being yes, you can fit the 19x9.5 ET22 on your 3 series and I’d recommend the 265/30/19 tire to match. However, this is considered an aggressive fitment and you will have to roll your rear fenders to make this work if the car is lowered (and you are). Adding spacers won’t help as it makes it more aggressive not more conservative. For example, if the wheel is an ET33 and you add a 10mm spacer, the offset will be ET23. This works if you’re looking to put a wheel from an E90 3 series to an E46 M3, not the other way around.

    Guys, feel free to drop me a pm, email me at Alan@ModBargains.com or give me a call at 714-582-3330 x 8006 if you have any questions about wheel/tire fitments or any other mods as I'm here to help out!

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    I have a 19x10 ET 24 on my rears. Your set up pokes 4mm less than mine does, aka you have 4mm more clearance. Also, E90 wheel wells are a bit wider than E92 wheel wells, so you should absolutely be able to fit the wheels. I am running a 235/35/19. I suggest you run a 235/35/18. You will definitely be able to fit, and you won't need to roll your fenders unless you are as low as I am. Here is a pic of my set up, for comparison.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    Where are you located @woptang22 ?
    Im in Bristol Pa 19007. About 20 minutes north of Philly.

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    The wheels Ill be getting will be 19s not 18s. I was planning on running 235/35/19 fronts and 245/30/19 rears. Not a good idea? Should I run 235/30/19 rears?
    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by EDM92 Click here to enlarge
    I have a 19x10 ET 24 on my rears. Your set up pokes 4mm less than mine does, aka you have 4mm more clearance. Also, E90 wheel wells are a bit wider than E92 wheel wells, so you should absolutely be able to fit the wheels. I am running a 235/35/19. I suggest you run a 235/35/18. You will definitely be able to fit, and you won't need to roll your fenders unless you are as low as I am. Here is a pic of my set up, for comparison.

    http://www.audiboost.com/images/impo.../TL3Fk-1.jpg?1

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