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02 325ci staggered rims

can i make 19in x 8.5, 19in x 9.5 staggered rims fit on an 02 325ci

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Have a look at Felgen-Katalog - BMW-Treff - der Treffpunkt für alle BMW-Fans und -Fahrer to figure out what you have now as well as the details of what you are planning to go to, pay attention to the offset as well as just the width & diameter. Then have a look at Wheel-Tire size comparer - RIMSnTIRES.com to see what affects the changes are going have relative to your cars body and suspension.
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Staggered rim update

This is what i'm trying to fit on the the 02 325ci
Rear 265/30 ZR19 93Y 9.5 with an ET of 45
Front 235/35 ZR19 91Y 8.5 with an ET of 35
what can i use to make this work:
I have coil spring spacers and wheel spacers
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How does this compare to what you are replacing?
Look at what you are starting with, measure the clearances that you have and then work out what changes are going to take place with the new setup.

The tools above will give you a comparison of your starting point and where you are going.


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I got everything to fit but now the wheels are locked in place no rotation. Why is that? What would I have to do now
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Everything works without modifications. The problem was the new lug bolts were to long. So they were hitting the emergency brake. I went with the orininal bolts after checking length. Always check bolt lenght to make sure you have the right lenght lug bolt. Thanks
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Well done. How much longer than the original bolts were the bolts that you were supplied with the wheels?


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