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      06-24-2012, 12:33 AM   #1
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This TE37SL fits for my 135i?

Just got my new manual E82 135i today
but i already order those TE37SL wheels for my othercar(E92 330i)
and the spec r:
F 18*8.5 et35
R 18*9.5 et22

can anyone pls tell me those ET fits on E88?
if not,how can i do something make them fitted,like roll the fender or adjust the rear camber?

thx alot for your help!
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      06-24-2012, 04:16 AM   #2
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Just got my new manual E82 135i today
but i already order those TE37SL wheels for my othercar(E92 330i)
and the spec r:
F 18*8.5 et35
R 18*9.5 et22

can anyone pls tell me those ET fits on E88?
if not,how can i do something make them fitted,like roll the fender or adjust the rear camber?

thx alot for your help!
no, rears need ~+55 ET to stay inside the guards... that's 30mm you've got to clear, you'd have to to major guard work to get them to fit.... camber and rolling won't cut it.
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      06-24-2012, 09:40 AM   #3
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The closest thing I've found to TE37SL (which is the look I want) is the Volk VR-G2. They come in 18x8 +45mm and 18x9 +50mm specifically for our car. I know they aren't exactly the same, so if you find a better match, post it up!

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      06-24-2012, 09:49 AM   #4
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Just got my new manual E82 135i today
but i already order those TE37SL wheels for my othercar(E92 330i)
and the spec r:
F 18*8.5 et35
R 18*9.5 et22

can anyone pls tell me those ET fits on E88?
if not,how can i do something make them fitted,like roll the fender or adjust the rear camber?

thx alot for your help!
no, rears need ~+55 ET to stay inside the guards... that's 30mm you've got to clear, you'd have to to major guard work to get them to fit.... camber and rolling won't cut it.
Thx.30mm sounds not good to me...
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      06-24-2012, 09:54 AM   #5
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The closest thing I've found to TE37SL (which is the look I want) is the Volk VR-G2. They come in 18x8 +45mm and 18x9 +50mm specifically for our car. I know they aren't exactly the same, so if you find a better match, post it up!

Is it your car?vrg2 looks pretty on e82 too.but I wait longtime for te37sl(almost 3 months)...
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      06-24-2012, 10:08 AM   #6
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I'm not sure who that car belongs to. I just ran across it in my search for TE37 style wheels on a 1 series.
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      06-24-2012, 12:28 PM   #7
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I have no idea who's car that is but it looks great. I think Rota grids are sort of a knock off of those. Rota is huge with subsets and Mazda. They might make what you are looking for. I would check them out. I think wheeldude.com sold the most rota wheels a couple years back.
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That's WheelsSTO project car from a few years ago.

http://www.1addicts.com/forums/showthread.php?t=434428
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+22 offset is way too aggressive. I've seen 9.5 +33 work with some body work, +22 is just pushing it too far and might look silly depending on your taste. Here's John's - 1013mm on 18x8.5 +35, 18x9.5 +33:
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