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Old 09-26-2003, 04:49 PM   #1 (permalink)
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OK I have browsed the net for some time, and I noticed in all the galleries folx do not have deep dish wheels on the E36 like they do on the E46 (rear) so I was wondering. With the stock offset does anyone know if these wheels will fit OK on a 98 E36? I mean want limitations does a guy have on an E36, if nobody knows I will call the guy on Ebay who says "call me for installation" LOL, figured I'd check here first. CYA!

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not sure about the offset but you'll have to roll your fenders for sure to fit that width.
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OK I have browsed the net for some time, and I noticed in all the galleries folx do not have deep dish wheels on the E36 like they do on the E46 (rear) so I was wondering. With the stock offset does anyone know if these wheels will fit OK on a 98 E36? I mean want limitations does a guy have on an E36, if nobody knows I will call the guy on Ebay who says "call me for installation" LOL, figured I'd check here first. CYA!

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19 will not fit at all. the rears would scarp so bad..and there offset is diff
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Well I have noticed several pics of people running 19s. Are they a different offset maybe? Perhaps a 19x9 in the rear or somthing, don't know, but have seen a few who have done it. I was more concerned with the width more so than the diameter. Oh well thanks for the insight.
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