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      09-28-2010, 06:44 PM   #1
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Will my BBS LM's from E92 fit?

I know I should of searched, but I'm at work and don't have a lot of time to search the web so here's to hoping you guys can answer my question.

I currently have an E92 335i with BBS LM's in the following specs:
19x10 et25 rear
19x8.5 et32 front

Will this offset fit a 135i? I'm strongly considering a 135i once my lease is up and would love to just swap wheels from one car to the other.

Thanks in advance!
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No way Jose! The stock 1series 8.5 inch wide wheel is around et49. You'd be around 40mm closer to the fender.
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Unfortunately not... Those fitments are extremely aggressive for the 1-Series, which requires a high-offset wheel.

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Wishful thinking I suppose. Thanks for the replies everyone!
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I know I should of searched, but I'm at work and don't have a lot of time to search the web so here's to hoping you guys can answer my question.

I currently have an E92 335i with BBS LM's in the following specs:
19x10 et25 rear
19x8.5 et32 front

Will this offset fit a 135i? I'm strongly considering a 135i once my lease is up and would love to just swap wheels from one car to the other.

Thanks in advance!

Those are even aggressive for the 335i. Those are technically E46 M3 fitments which they pass on as an aggressive fitment for an E92.

Sell the wheels off, get a proper set of wheels that fit your 1 Series. If BBS is what you're after, you'll have to go for a very aggressive fitment on the LMs which I've seen done on the hatchback 1 Series in Europe. With a lot of mods, it can be done but it's not going to be right out of the box for you:





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they will fit with the right amount of effort...check my picture thread, i actually wanted thsoe rears, the 10" ones...
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Sorry to drag this thread back up but just wondering if 19 lms with et32 fitment will go on a standard 1 series coupe ? Cheers
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Sorry to drag this thread back up but just wondering if 19 lms with et32 fitment will go on a standard 1 series coupe ? Cheers
I believe that's the same size the thread originally asked about, and was answered
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I know I should of searched, but I'm at work and don't have a lot of time to search the web so here's to hoping you guys can answer my question.

I currently have an E92 335i with BBS LM's in the following specs:
19x10 et25 rear
19x8.5 et32 front

Will this offset fit a 135i? I'm strongly considering a 135i once my lease is up and would love to just swap wheels from one car to the other.

Thanks in advance!

Hey Mote,

Always been a fan of your E92 335i and I see that you're trying to fit your BBS LM's onto the new 1er. The 19x10 is definitely not going to work on the 135i as there is not enough clearance in the rear fenders. You may want to check out this thread here for an idea of the setup that will work fine.
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