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Default 2007 335i Coupe- Wheel Info Needed - 04-23-2014, 06:47 PM

I am looking to purchase some new wheels for my 2007 335i Coupe, but I am curious about fitment issues and whether I will have any issues with sensors?

Also if I go with the wheel choice below how wide can I go, 275 max?

Avante Garde M310
Size: 19 X 9" front & 19 X 10" rear
Bolt Pattern: 5 X 120
Offset: 35 mm front & 38 mm rear

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Default 04-25-2014, 12:08 AM

265 is the widest I would go on the rear of an E92. I think any wider you might have to get your fenders rolled with that wheel width and offset. The tire pressure sensors in your stock wheels will have to be transferred to your new wheels.


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Default 04-30-2014, 10:28 PM

Just an update for anyone who is considering new tires on their e92. The sizes below will fit without issues on a stock height vehicle and will also work with sport suspension.
245/35/19
275/30/19
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Default 04-30-2014, 10:30 PM

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265 is the widest I would go on the rear of an E92. I think any wider you might have to get your fenders rolled with that wheel width and offset. The tire pressure sensors in your stock wheels will have to be transferred to your new wheels.
As Jason said this is more desirable to most because you don't have a chance of scrubbing.
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Default 05-01-2014, 10:19 AM

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As Jason said this is more desirable to most because you don't have a chance of scrubbing.
Some cars will rub and some wont with the same exact wheel and tire setup. In some cases used vehicles have rolled fenders from the previous owner and the new owner does not know it. Tire widths are all slightly different even though they are the same size.


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Default 05-24-2014, 10:42 AM

Just to clarify as well, the Avant Garde M310 is not made in the sizes you mentioned. Based off the fitment provided, I believe that you're talking about the Avant Garde M359 wheels.

You can fit the 19x9.0 ET35 245/35/19 and 19x10 ET38 275/30/19 on a stock height 335i without any problems. However, if you're planning to lower the car on springs / coilovers, it is highly advised that you go down to the 235/35/19 and 265/30/19 combo to eliminate the chance of rubbing.



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Default 05-28-2014, 07:58 AM

Here are the AG M510's on my E92. 19 x 8.5 35 offset front, 19 x 9.5 40 offset rear. Tires are Michelin PSS 235 front 275 rear. Car is on BMW performance suspension V2 and the yellow springs.
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