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E46 M3 (2001-2006) Engine: S54 - Max Hp: 333 hp at 7,900 rpm / 262 lb/ft at 4,900 rpm
Total Produced: 45,000+ - Years Produced: 2001 to 2006.


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Old Fri, Apr-19-2019, 06:32:39 PM   #1
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Default Weds Maverick 709M

Hello,

I'm planning mount these wheels into my car and trying to clarify the specs. I own E46 M3 and not sure how to get big lip with these wheels without make modifications on the fendders. Any help would be appreciate.

For start I was thinking in:

- 19x10,5 ET35 -> Front
- 19x10,5 ET25 -> Rear

Do you think this could it fit good?

Thanks in advance,
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They’ll fit. You’ll want spacers.
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They’ll fit. You’ll want spacers.
Thanks Jeremy,

Do you think will rubbing in the fendders?, and how big is the lip?
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The lip shouldn't be an factor. Width and back spacing (offset) should be your guides. Do some searching and look at photos of other wheel setups on this forum. You'll get an idea of what its going to look like.

And forget what I said about spacers. At that width, you might be flush front and rear requiring some camber (front) and rolling (rear) if lowered. Fronts are going to be tight.
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Would look pretty sweet!
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The lip shouldn't be an factor. Width and back spacing (offset) should be your guides. Do some searching and look at photos of other wheel setups on this forum. You'll get an idea of what its going to look like.

And forget what I said about spacers. At that width, you might be flush front and rear requiring some camber (front) and rolling (rear) if lowered. Fronts are going to be tight.
Thanks mate. One important thing that I forgot to comment is that I have BBK AP-Racing F+R. So I suposse will need spacer 100% for clearance?

In that case if I choose those specs:

19x9,5 ET25 with tires 255/35/19 (with spacer 10mm effectively ET35)
19x10 ET25 with tires 275/35/19 (with spacer 10mm effectively ET35)

Both Et's seems fit good:

https://www.wheel-size.com/calc/?whe...cl=35mm&sr=0mm

Do you think could it fit good?

Thanks in advance,
Regards,
Cristian.

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Hi, noone can confirm?
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