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Old 12-15-2004, 07:06 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi all. Im from Manchester in the UK and currently own an Audi TT Roadster 225. I love my car to bits, but have recently been looking to move on to an E46 M3 convertible. I want the Carbon black in Manual and with the 19's on (even though I'll end up selling them and throwing 20's on it). Either way, just thought I'd say a quick hello and hope y'all are a friendly bunch with advise for me in buying and modifying my M3 (If I decide to get one).
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sure they will....go to AC Schnitzer

they sell 20 inch wheels for the E46 M3


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Old 12-16-2004, 05:52 AM   #6 (permalink)
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I'm pretty sure 20's will fit. If I got a set of 19's on a Renault Megane, I'm sure 20's will fit on an M3....anything is possible when u put ur mind to it.
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They will fit fine... with very low profile tyres.... and no suspension work... once you get suspension work... either 18s.. or 17s will have to do...

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Good choice (swap to M3) and welcome!
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Good call on the M3. Although I do like your current vehicle. 20's will fit just make sure you don't go too wide.
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