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Old 10-19-2003, 11:32 AM   #1 (permalink)
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"Here is what the lettering on the back says: Kontrolla 3 "BMW" 31/99 33964 AS 10.62 91/28x18 AM21S25 36.11 2227 666. (A couple of those characters might be off, because it's hard to read) If your interested I can email you the high-res picture so you can see for yourself. "

will these fit my 96 328is?? Hub-centric with no shake or anything?

he's local and wants to do pick-up only!! please help me close this quickly!!!!

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Old 10-19-2003, 01:13 PM   #2 (permalink)
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they wont fit. only 92-current BMW wheels for 3 series fit 3 series.
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Old 10-19-2003, 01:20 PM   #3 (permalink)
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the thing is he's practically giving them away for free. 18 inchers with tires, 2 with ok tread, 2 with worn out tread, the auction is at something rediculous like $150 right now cause he's doing local pick up only. they have an M badge on them, any chance they're from M3 or M5 and will fit? are you 100% sure?


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the 5 and seven series have different offsets than the 3. You can buy them, but I cannot garuntee a correct fit, or if they will fit all.
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Old 10-19-2003, 02:19 PM   #5 (permalink)
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DOES ANYONE KNOW FOR SURE?
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i think the center bore of the 5 and 7series is different, which would mean it would not be hub centric on a 3series. ive also heard the offsets are different. can you tell us what offset those wheels are?

those wheels used to come on the E34 M5, then became factory wheels for the 7series
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Old 10-19-2003, 02:55 PM   #7 (permalink)
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just drive to his place and ask to try them on if you dont believe Senor Presidente
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yeah but how will i know that it fits right? if it goes on then it's the right fit without any worries about shakeing etc.?


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They don't fit... Don't believe me? Go buy his wheels and put them on... I guarantee you you'll be in the hole $150... End of story....
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he lives an hour away on long island. I really can't go over there until i know there's a chance they will fit. from the back picture, can anyone at all help me know if they'll fit??
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that wheel is curb rashed as well
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he lives an hour away on long island. I really can't go over there until i know there's a chance they will fit. from the back picture, can anyone at all help me know if they'll fit??
No they won't fit don't bother I'm warning you now. If you don't believe us go try them on and waste an hour of your time.
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he was going to let them go with tires for $200.. it's not fair
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el president and l33 are right. after looking around, the E38 offset is about 20mm different from a e36, sorry.
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Walker, they will not fit dude..
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