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Re: OOPS..Question meant for Crazytrain. eom (archive)

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Posted by Crazytrain on February 25, 2000 at 21:08:36:

In Reply to: OOPS..Question meant for Crazytrain. eom posted by Andy S. on February 25, 2000 at 15:38:47:

I have Dinan 3 peice wheels (geez, everything on my car is from Dinan). I acctualy don't know what the offset is, but I'm sure if you e-mail or call Dinan they would be happy to tell you the appropriate offset for an E30 M3. BTW the wheels from Dinan are really expensive, $800 each, so you might just want to have them tell you the correct offset and go out and find some rims at a realonable price, BBS rims aren't even that expensive!!

Brian

: : : I am running 235/40 all around but I have spacers....I heard that without spacers there is slight rubbing.Mine don't rub at all. I have also heard of M3's with 245/40 all around but you need a rim that is at least 8.5 inches wide

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: : What kinf of wheels are you using? What is the offset? I'm looking for some 17's and would like to run the biggest tire set-up possible without rubbing.

: : Thanks

: : Andy S.

: : '88 M3




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