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Hey guys i have found some really nice Oem 19 M3 rims painted black that i want to buy they are 19x8 and 19x9.5 with an offset of 41mm and 27mm. I was wondering whether these would fit my 2000 323ci if i rolled the fenders in the rear and obviously lowered the car or is the 27mm offset just too much to overcome on a non-m e46. Also, what size tires should i be looking at ideally 225 35 19 or 235 35 19 for the fronts and 255 35 19 for the back? Any help would be greatly appreciated, thanks.
 

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Thanks for all the help guys, im pretty new here so i didnt know where to post. I will take your advice and either try to find 4 fronts or replicas.
 

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find reps. i love those wheels too, but wait to have them when you buy an m3. find some other rims that are made for your car until then
 

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Hey guys i have found some really nice Oem 19 M3 rims painted black that i want to buy they are 19x8 and 19x9.5 with an offset of 41mm and 27mm. I was wondering whether these would fit my 2000 323ci if i rolled the fenders in the rear and obviously lowered the car or is the 27mm offset just too much to overcome on a non-m e46. Also, what size tires should i be looking at ideally 225 35 19 or 235 35 19 for the fronts and 255 35 19 for the back? Any help would be greatly appreciated, thanks.
Roll your fenders and run a 225/35/19 all around and you may be fine. If you rub then change the rear alignment to like -2.5° and maybe that will prevent it.
 
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