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#1 (permalink) Old 11-17-2005, 01:14 PM
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Tire fitment Question

OK,, who can answer or redirect? My question is;

Will the rims from a 2005 M3 fit and function on my 2000 323Ci w/ sports package? used: Any help would be great!
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No. The rears are too wide! Your best bet would be to get replicas. Im sure someone on here would know how to make them fit but I would believe thatthe rears would require more than just rolling your fenders.


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Hey, really appreciate the quick reply. Noticed about 3 pairs up for sale lately. Thought I'd check. Any replica suppliers you would recommend?
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Yes. Try eBay or Bimmian.com they both sell replicas.


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I will give a look. Any concerns with going from 17x7 to 18x8-9?
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you won't have any problems going to the 8 width. however, with the 9 you may have to roll your fenders. depending on the offsets. if you get an offset of +38 or higher, you should be okay. any lower than that you may have to roll the fenders to prevent rubbing.

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