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      03-26-2015, 08:05 PM   #89
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Those are nice rims! What style are they??
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      03-31-2015, 10:47 PM   #90
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I believe he has them for sale if interested.
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      04-03-2015, 04:41 AM   #91
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im lowered on h&r super sport springs, have fenders rolled, no rubbing at all
Are you running 225/35/19 255/35/19?
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      04-06-2015, 01:14 PM   #92
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      04-06-2015, 06:37 PM   #93
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I personally feel 19" looks too big but I also feel that 18" looks just a tad too small, ha such is life...
where's my 18.5" dammit!?!
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      04-07-2015, 06:44 AM   #94
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18" are the perfect balance between looks and comfort. 19" for daily drivers are a strict no-no in my opinion
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      09-18-2018, 12:02 PM   #95
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Hey guys, digging up the old thread.
I am looking to put style 269, 19 inch OEM rims with OEM P zero run flats on my stock 135i.
wheel and tire specs are: 225/35/19, ET37 in the front and 255/30/19, ET39 for the rear.
will they fit if I don't do any mod or fender work?
for those of you who have no rubbing issues, what are the offsets?
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      09-18-2018, 12:55 PM   #96
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Hey guys, digging up the old thread.
I am looking to put style 269, 19 inch OEM rims with OEM P zero run flats on my stock 135i.
wheel and tire specs are: 225/35/19, ET37 in the front and 255/30/19, ET39 for the rear.
will they fit if I don't do any mod or fender work?
for those of you who have no rubbing issues, what are the offsets?
Pics of wheels?
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      09-18-2018, 01:04 PM   #97
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Pics of wheels?
Its this one here:
https://www.shopbmwusa.com/PRODUCT/3...NDIVIDUAL-RIMS
the link is for front wheels.
front: 19X8, ET37
Rear: 19X9, ET39
Thanks a lot!
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      09-18-2018, 01:07 PM   #98
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Its this one here:
https://www.shopbmwusa.com/PRODUCT/3...NDIVIDUAL-RIMS
the link is for front wheels.
front: 19X8, ET37
Rear: 19X9, ET39
Thanks a lot!
Nice wheels!
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      09-18-2018, 01:09 PM   #99
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Nice wheels!
Thanks!
I got a good deal on the price, but I haven't get the wheels yet.
just worried about the fit right now...
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      09-18-2018, 08:36 PM   #100
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Thanks!
I got a good deal on the price, but I haven't get the wheels yet.
just worried about the fit right now...
Even on stock m sport suspension, you will probably get rub on deep/big bumps. If you are lowered, it will be even worse.

Use this site to compare how the wheel fitments compare to stock:

www.willtheyfit.com
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      09-19-2018, 08:02 AM   #101
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Even on stock m sport suspension, you will probably get rub on deep/big bumps. If you are lowered, it will be even worse.

Use this site to compare how the wheel fitments compare to stock:

www.willtheyfit.com
the outer rim will stick out 25.7mm compare to stock at the back. lol...
one other guy here has done it with smaller tires.
https://www.1addicts.com/forums/show...=234706&page=3
so I might go with that if I can't stand the rub...
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      09-19-2018, 04:40 PM   #102
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The 1 series is a b*tch for fitments, so most non 1 series specific rims are a bad fit. At 25mm further outward, you are pretty much going to be outside of the body....so it's not a matter of a "Little rubbing" IMO, as soon as the suspension compresses more than a couple of inches, there will be contact as the fender lip is quite thick in the rear....

For example, I upsized to a 255/35/18 in the rear, and added a 10mm spacer (so that's ET42), and I was getting a fair amount of rubbing on medium bumps. Had to get a mild fender roll and dial in some additional rear camber to sort it out. There is still minor contact with the fender liner (no body contact though), at this point the tires have worn small holes into the fender liners so they don't really touch anything anymore...

If you're talking what is effectively a 25mm spacer....imagine how much worse it would be. Maybe with super skinny tires...but I have my doubts.
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      09-20-2018, 10:51 AM   #103
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The 1 series is a b*tch for fitments, so most non 1 series specific rims are a bad fit. At 25mm further outward, you are pretty much going to be outside of the body....so it's not a matter of a "Little rubbing" IMO, as soon as the suspension compresses more than a couple of inches, there will be contact as the fender lip is quite thick in the rear....

For example, I upsized to a 255/35/18 in the rear, and added a 10mm spacer (so that's ET42), and I was getting a fair amount of rubbing on medium bumps. Had to get a mild fender roll and dial in some additional rear camber to sort it out. There is still minor contact with the fender liner (no body contact though), at this point the tires have worn small holes into the fender liners so they don't really touch anything anymore...

If you're talking what is effectively a 25mm spacer....imagine how much worse it would be. Maybe with super skinny tires...but I have my doubts.
ya, I think it will be slightly worse situation compare your setup. I hope its at least drivable, and then with fender rolling, it would be minimal rubbing. really wish I could have those 19's OEM performance on it.
Thanks for your info
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      09-29-2018, 07:29 AM   #104
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Can you help me guys...
I have e82 120d with M suspension, and now I am having 17 inches on. I wanted to put 19 inches BBS CH
Front 8,5jx19 ET 35
Rear 9,5jx19 ET40

Probably will not go because they are too wide...?

I know that this car has specific ET...

Is there anyone who is driving on these dimensions?

I really appreciate your help
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      10-13-2018, 06:34 AM   #105
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19s look perfect
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      10-13-2018, 06:37 AM   #106
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Can you help me guys...
I have e82 120d with M suspension, and now I am having 17 inches on. I wanted to put 19 inches BBS CH
Front 8,5jx19 ET 35
Rear 9,5jx19 ET40

Probably will not go because they are too wide...?

I know that this car has specific ET...

Is there anyone who is driving on these dimensions?

I really appreciate your help
Iím running 19s 8.5 and 9.5 wide with +35 front and +38 back. Had to roll and pull front and rear + stretch tyres a bit. No scrubbing at all
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      12-06-2018, 04:17 PM   #107
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Iím running 19s 8.5 and 9.5 wide with +35 front and +38 back. Had to roll and pull front and rear + stretch tyres a bit. No scrubbing at all
I put 19inches from original m package bmw f32. Its rubing a bit, but survivable. Thanks for the tip.
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