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Thread: PLEASE READ BEFORE POST: The ultimate wheel/tire fitment thread.

  1. #3876
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    You would only lower it for personal preference,
    Not because you have to!




  2. #3877
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    Got a question. How will a 17x9 et25 squared on 225/45/17 fit on my e36, my fenders are already rolled/pulled. I'm fine with adding camber up front but I want as close to 0 camber in the rear

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    Shot in the dark: will E82 wheels fit onto an E36 with OEM Sport springs? Specs: 17x7/7.5 ET47. I realize these aren't the most "aggressive" fitment, but found a complete set of wheels for dirt cheap that should look way better than the stock bottlecaps...

  4. #3879
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    Quote Originally Posted by LSxDreamer View Post
    Shot in the dark: will E82 wheels fit onto an E36 with OEM Sport springs? Specs: 17x7/7.5 ET47. I realize these aren't the most "aggressive" fitment, but found a complete set of wheels for dirt cheap that should look way better than the stock bottlecaps...
    Yes they'll fit.

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  5. #3880
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    Quote Originally Posted by sirius815 View Post
    Yes they'll fit.

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    Thanks! I realized just after posting that they're close to most E36/46 fitment wheels, just wasn't sure about centerbore, etc....

  6. #3881
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    Quick couple of questions regarding wheel fitment and interchange on various models of BMWs.

    I own a 2011 Z4 E89 sDrive30i.
    I also own a 2004 325i sedan.

    Iím wondering if my black CSL style wheels/tires from my 2004 325i will fit my 2011 Z4?

    Also, Iíve ran across a nice set of stock wheels and tires from a 2007 325i that I was looking to put on my 2004 325i. Would this swap work as well?

    Hereís the Wheel/Tire Specifics:
    2004 325i Wheel size: 18x8.5
    2004 325i CSL Tire: 235/40R18

    2011 Z4 Wheel size: 17x8
    2011 Z4 Tire: 225/45R17

    2007 Wheel size: 16x7
    2007 Tire size: 205/55R16


    Thanks in advance for any guru knowledge on the topic.

  7. #3882
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    You need to know the offset,
    you should find it on the wheel.




  8. #3883
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    Just picked up a 2013 328i looking for best wheel size, have questions about stance. Im looking to get a clean look without major tire rub, so pretty much total noob.

  9. #3884
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    Looking for a winter setup for my 335i gt. Currently have the m sport brakes and a staggered setup, 225 45 19 in front and 255 40 19 in rear. I was wondering if I'd be able to fit 17" rims over those brakes. If not, how small can I go?

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    HI BimmerForum! I'm new here. Just picked up no rust original paint in almost perfect condition e30.
    what I am looking for help with is a have found bbs knock offs - JNC 004 rims the mesh pattern - they are 16x8 4x100 - the original offset was 25mm.
    when my local tire shop when to put them on they said the rim hit the shocks struts -which are original oem parts to the car. I have read many forums that 20mm offset would work but I didn't see how 5mm would make much of a difference.
    Questions is what will fit on the 16x8 rims with an offset around 20mm would I need spacers. where would I buy these? I would like hub centric I believe.
    And or how do I simply measure this with the current bottle caps on the car to understand what my current setup is and apply this to the new rim setup.
    thanks in advance for any help. this is the final piece of the puzzle

  11. #3886
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    '99 M3. Trying to go 255s/17s square WITHOUT any fender work on GC coilovers. Might be willing to use spacers but for worried about load on wheel bearings and track use with spacers. Any recommendations on wheels and what might work? I don't want to use suboptimal wheel for tire width....no stretched or too narrow wheels. I am assuming for this 17x9 is the perfect width.

    Any recommendations without reading 150 page thread?

    Thanks
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  12. #3887
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    Hi to all.

    I'm talking to an individual who is selling used, supposedly original BMW rims from a 2012 X3 with Dunlop winter tires on them. I asked him for the offset and other numbers from the back of the rims to see if they'll work with my 2015 X3 xDrive35i, and he gave me these in a text message:

    Tires
    245/50R18 100H

    On the rims
    Bmw 676/828
    85x18EH2
    1s24


    He doesn't own the 2012 X3, he got the wheels+tires from his brother who sold the car a couple years back.

    Can someone here in the forum help me understand what the three wheel numbers represent, e.g. offset, etc.?

    I want to check them against info from https://www.wheel-size.com/ to be reasonably confident that the wheels will fit on my car before I drive 80 miles to see the wheels+tires first-hand. None of the numbers that the seller provided match anything that I'm seeing on wheel-size.com.

    Would be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks,
    Bill

  13. #3888
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    What I found is:
    8.5x18: Rim size
    EH2: Indicates the wheel is designed for runflat tires

    IS24: Indicates 24mm positive offset
    676/828: May indicate BMW #6767828







    - - - Updated - - -

    Ask him if his specs match my photo.




  14. #3889
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    Thanks so much, Mikyzz4. That helps a lot.

    I like the tyreleader.co.uk site you referenced. Hadn't come across that one before you linked to it.

    I've been told that I'll need 40+ mm of offset for my X3 wheels, so the used ones that I'd been eyeballing (with 24 mm) presumably won't work.

    Thanks again!

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    Great,
    I try to help when I can!




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