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bmwlover1223 01-16-2013 03:34 PM

question on wheels!
 
I am looking at buying some wheels for my 330ci. I was wondering it someone could help me out and let me know if these would fit without rubbing or anything. the wheels are raderwerks MO-2 S. Front is 18x8 ET35 and rear is 18x9 ET38? Anything would help thanks.

Fast Bob 01-16-2013 05:05 PM

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Originally Posted by bmwlover1223 (Post 7318585)
I am looking at buying some wheels for my 330ci. I was wondering it someone could help me out and let me know if these would fit without rubbing or anything. the wheels are raderwerks MO-2 S. Front is 18x8 ET35 and rear is 18x9 ET38? Anything would help thanks.

Yes, they`ll work *IF* you pay attention to tire sizes....those offsets are a little skimpy, so I would limit sizes to 225/40 front, and 255/35 rear....

Post pix if you get them :thumbup:

bmwlover1223 01-17-2013 08:22 AM

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Originally Posted by Fast Bob (Post 7318759)
Yes, they`ll work *IF* you pay attention to tire sizes....those offsets are a little skimpy, so I would limit sizes to 225/40 front, and 255/35 rear....

Post pix if you get them :thumbup:

Thanks for the help and letting me know about the tire size. So since you think the offset is a little skimpy do you think i should get some spacer for it to?

lakk25 01-17-2013 08:53 AM

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I just bought some 18x 8.5 ET 40 225/40/R18 Fronts
on the rear 18x9.5 ET 45 255/35/R18
Alufelgen in gunmetal, running the Hancook Ventus tires.

Fast Bob 01-17-2013 10:54 AM

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Originally Posted by bmwlover1223 (Post 7320021)
Thanks for the help and letting me know about the tire size. So since you think the offset is a little skimpy do you think i should get some spacer for it to?

No....spacers would only make it *worse*....


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