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      10-12-2017, 11:55 AM   #1
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Will these 17s fit my 135i?

Looking at some apex rims



Apex Arc-8 wheels 17x9 ET42 with a 5x120 bolt pattern.

Tires in rear would be 275 /40/17

Please let me know if they would fit...

Not sure if 17s would allow more clearance or less.
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      10-12-2017, 06:03 PM   #2
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Pretty sure those will rub the fender in the rear unless it's rolled. A 275/40R17 is basically the same size as a 275/35R18. Both are 30mm wider, and about an inch taller than the stock size
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      10-19-2017, 07:49 AM   #3
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Way to aggressive offset and tire out back your limited to around 245s out back.
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requesting photos, if you end up getting 17".
I am thinking of switching to 17" wheels
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I run this exact setup with 255 square. Max camber and 10mm spacer required in front. Rear is fine with 255 but will rub at maximum compression ( so almost never). I wouldn't do more than 255. Rolled and pulled all around
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275 will rub, you will need some negative camber & quarters rolled.
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Way to aggressive offset and tire out back your limited to around 245s out back.
!? I run a 265 in the rear w -1.5 camber and my quarters are not rolled w slight rub
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