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Old 01-17-2004, 08:31 PM   #1 (permalink)
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will an 18" wheels(rims) fit my 94 325is e36?

what size of the tire should I get?

I am getting a replica rims, is that good or bad?

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p.s. I can't find any that is 17", so.......
really need your guys advise.

I didn't even know what is the size on my bimmer right now but I do know is stock rims though.
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bolt pattern is 5x120....i cant remember offset
most replica rims are HEAVY
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you should be using tire size 225/40/18 front and back
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will an 18" wheels(rims) fit my 94 325is e36?

what size of the tire should I get?

I am getting a replica rims, is that good or bad?

thanks


p.s. I can't find any that is 17", so.......
really need your guys advise.

I didn't even know what is the size on my bimmer right now but I do know is stock rims though.
yes 18's will fit..and im not a fan of replicas after seeing what has happened to them. nope
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18"s fit with eaasseee.... 19"s fit good and I have mine lowered with H&R coilovers...
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offset is acceptable between 38-41mm
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Quote:
Originally posted by e36_332i_s52+Jan 17 2004, 11:07 PM--></div><table border='0' align='center' width='95%' cellpadding='3' cellspacing='1'><tr><td>QUOTE (e36_332i_s52 @ Jan 17 2004, 11:07 PM)</td></tr><tr><td id='QUOTE'> <!--QuoteBegin-bmw_m3power@Jan 17 2004, 09:11 PM
will an 18" wheels(rims) fit my 94 325is e36?

what size of the tire should I get?

I am getting a replica rims, is that good or bad?

thanks


p.s. I can't find any that is 17", so.......
really need your guys advise.

I didn't even know what is the size on my bimmer right now but I do know is stock rims though.
yes 18's will fit..and im not a fan of replicas after seeing what has happened to them. nope [/b][/quote]
what happen to them?

please tell me, I want to know before I get them

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replicas tend to be weaker and can bend out of shape easily when encountering a pothole or curb.
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