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Old 04-02-2013, 07:35 AM   #1 (permalink)
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18" 49mm offset wheels on my 1998 E36 328i .. will they fit?

I'm restoring my BMW 1998 E36 328i. It currently has 15" wheels.
Need to know if the following wheels will fit my E36 :

Rim Brand: FACTORY OEM Part Number: Front 6779800 Rear 6779803
Rim Width: 7.5 FRONT 8.5 REAR
Section Width: 215 FRONT 245 REAR
Offset: 49 FRONT 52 REAR
Aspect Ratio: 40 FRONT 35 REAR
Number of Bolts: 5
Rim Diameter: 18
Bolt Pattern: 5x120
Tire Brand: Bridgestone
Hub Bore: 72.6

What if I used 15mm spacers front and 10mm spacers in the rear?
Has anyone tried this??

Thanks guys
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I also have a 98 E36 328i. I am curently running 18" rims all around. I have 8" wide in the front, and 8.5" wide in the rear. Based on your tire size I dont see why they wont fit. However, please note that its almost guarenteed you will have to roll your fenders if you lower the car. Im lowered on Koni sport shocks/springs and the front rubs. Stock, the cleared fine.
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