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#1 (permalink) Old 03-19-2005, 12:22 AM
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I was just wondering if u could fit 19s or 20s on a 1990 BMW 525I? I have looked on several websites and it only shows that u can buy 18s so was wondering if anyone knew? Thanks
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I have no idea......17" is the max for me!
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theyd fit in the wheelwells, but youd probably rub like crazy, dont go any bigger than 18's with 40 series tires
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theyd fit in the wheelwells, but youd probably rub like crazy, dont go any bigger than 18's with 40 series tires
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I have 245/40/18's on mine. I just put these Fuzion's ZRi's in these pix, and they don't rub like my Kuhmos did. The Kuhmo's barely rubbed when braking and cornering hard (same size not sure why). You might get 19's if they make something like a 225/35/19, but thats a lot of $$$ to take a gamble. Good Luck with that....








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