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So here’s the deal, what work or steps need to be done in order to fit these rims on a 325ci, and yes i know the situation just would like to know how to make it work as i know it’s been done

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The only way to make those work is to bolt them back on to the E39 they came of.
These came off of a 7 series 1998 e38. not an e39. I know for a fact it is possible to fit these. With work of course. That’s why i was asking if maybe somebody who has done the work has a list of what they did etc.


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so you want to mess with the geometry the car, not a good idea
Is everyone on the forums going to be like you? i genuinely am asking for help and have an idea i want to make happen, so why can’t you help? why do you have to be that way and put me down? If you’re going to say something like that don’t even reply at all.


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or you could get camber plates for front, adjust rears to all look like you ran over speed bump at 100mph an mount 185 tiny tires for maximum curb rash
Speaking from experience i presume? Opinionated response though hoss, camber plates indeed may make the front fit, the back rims i may just have to swap them with ones with the correct offset. Thank you.


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