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Old 03-15-2005, 09:12 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Recently purchased my first BMW, 2001 325i, and it comes with those little 205 tires. What is the best size that would not rub at all and fill the wheel well up a bit more. I don't want to lower the car so I just wanted to put something like 215/45R17. Any help?
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The car will take up to 225/40/18 front and 255/35/18 on the rear...
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would that be 7.5" or 8" rims, or does it matter, and how close to a 47mm offset does it have to be
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would that be 7.5" or 8" rims, or does it matter, and how close to a 47mm offset does it have to be
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It can be 7.5 ot 8 at front, the back can fit a 8.5. I think the 47 mm offset should be fine.
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