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      07-03-2012, 05:25 PM   #1
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Will E90 wheels fit E89?

Contemplating selling my '06 330i and buying a Z4. Can anyone advise me on if the wheels from an E90 will fit an E89? I have a set of winter wheels with new rubber and a I just picked up a set of chrome wheels with summer tires a year ago. Any info is appreciated.
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Contemplating selling my '06 330i and buying a Z4. Can anyone advise me on if the wheels from an E90 will fit an E89? I have a set of winter wheels with new rubber and a I just picked up a set of chrome wheels with summer tires a year ago. Any info is appreciated.
Yes they will fit as far as bolt pattern is concerned. Do check the offset difference. TireRack has a page where you can plug in the numbers and see the offset difference. Or simply ask your dealership with all the wheel data on hand.

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The offset on the E90 will be a little weak (too high offset) in my opinion for the E89. A small spacer or more meat on the tires will take care of some of the gap.

For aggressive fitment, E9x M3 offsets are basically perfect for the car.
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Thanks guys! I actually have 10mm spacers for rear wheels.
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