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: 19x9 +24, 19x10 +24 style 95's in PA

08-15-2011, 02:19 PM
Style 95's. Came on 7 series, I used these on my e46 m3

19x9 +24

19x10 +24

Wheels are painted black, could use refinished.

One front wheel has some curb damage thanks to a concrete curb buried in stones in an alleyway I drive down regularly.

Tires should be replaced, but they'll work for the time being if you don't drive in the rain. all four have 2-4/32nds but have heavy camber wear.

245 35 19 up front 295 30 19 in the back Pirelli's all around.

Center caps are not included

With this tire setup and a h&r springs on ym e46 m3 the fronts had clearance and did not rub once.

The rear tires were too wide and rubbed the fenders regularly under hard driving and over bumps. With a 275 35 they did not rub at all.

I'd really prefer not to ship as these are heavy and huge. but for the right price i will.

Price is negotiable at $600.

Trades... any wheels that "fit" e36, e46, or e39 i'm open to and by fit i mean pretty fenders are not important to me.

Also open to parts for any of those cars.

Feel free to text me at 717 271 8781 for quick response to your questions/offers.

I will meet within' a few hours driving distance to make a sale or trade.

Located in Denver PA, 17517














On the car:

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NYC 528I
08-15-2011, 04:44 PM
will they fit a 98 528i?

08-15-2011, 05:08 PM
They are not a direct fit on an e39. The center bore is too small, you'll need to hone them out to fit over your hubs. You'll also need smaller tires as the current tires will rub badly.

I bolted these up to my brother's 97' 528i and that's what I came up with

It will look great, but it'll take some work.

08-16-2011, 04:25 AM
Hey, noticed you are located in Denver, PA... i live in Lancaster... know of any good local Indy shops? I've been taking my car to the BMW dealer in Manhiem but am looking for other places? Know of any? PM me.

I am looking for wheels but those are prob a little too wide for my e90. I want 8.5/9.5

08-16-2011, 04:33 AM
My cars don't see the garage unless it's mine, but regardless I don't know of any BMW specific Indy shops in the area. Most of the local guys do all of our own work and if we can't figure something out someones always got an answer. I'm going to throw a facebook group together when I get a chance so it's easier for everyone to communicate.

Yes, these are probably a bit overkill for your car, but with a proper stretch and the right stance it'd make your car a standout for sure!

08-16-2011, 10:36 AM
Fitment on a 07 e90 335i? What's your opinion?

Located in Pittsburgh, PA and I may want to take these off your hands.

Any better pictures of the curb rash?

08-17-2011, 05:48 AM
The more aggressive the fit, the more you stand out. With a stretch and pulled fenders you can pull it off and I doubt you'll find another e90 with the same setup.

If you want stance, these will make it happen.

There is a non-m e46 with these out there and it looks amazing.

If you're into flush/stance I'd go for it. If not Id stay away.

I'll grab better pictures of the curb damage tonight. It could easily be sanded and fix before refinishing the wheels.

I've got a friend in the Pittsburgh area, so delivery could be possible.

08-17-2011, 10:37 AM
So, I am assuming these would rub on a 2003 540i sport?

08-17-2011, 10:43 AM
Yes they probably would without a stretch. You'd also need the centers bored to e39 size.

08-17-2011, 10:56 AM
Ohh, that sucks! So what is the widest rim and correct fitting tire combo that will fit on the rear?

08-17-2011, 01:46 PM
Everyone has his own opinion of "correct fit" so that's hard to judge.

I can tell you that a 275 is the ideal size for a 10" wheel and did not rub on my car with no fender modification.

IIRC an e39 has similar rear offsets as the e46 m3 so a good guess would be that a 275 on a +24 10" wheel is the largest you could fit without issue.

If I get a chance I will bolt one of my ssr's on our e39 and check out how it fits. Those are 19x10's with a 275 35. I have not measured the offset on them yet but it looks very similar to the style 95's by the naked eye.

08-17-2011, 09:23 PM
I have those wheels on my E39, I'm running 235/35 fronts and 275/30 tears and I only rub on hard dips but if I slow down it doesn't happen. Oh they only rub because I'm running 15mm hub adaptors. If I ran a 10mm in the rear they would not rub at all. If you purchase these wheels for your E39 I can point you in the direction of the correct spacers. Just trying to help a fellow fester.

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08-18-2011, 04:56 AM
Thanks, these are pending sale to a friend for an e39, his plans are to re bore the centers so he should be good on fitment with some different tires.

10-04-2011, 01:04 AM
did these ever sell??

11-13-2014, 06:32 AM
You sell wheels if not email me mgd1gsr1@comcast.net