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Which 16" wheels fit E30 with E36M3 5-lug swap?

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    #16
    Originally posted by sefb222 View Post


    found a guy locally with these wheels, I want them so badly.
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      #17
      Originally posted by Aptyp View Post
      found a guy locally with these wheels, I want them so badly.
      i'd take one of those to use as my spare. i am trying to find "make" a spare tire that fits in the little trunk hole.

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        #18
        I just bought 16" BBS Rk's and they clear the calipers as long as you position the stick on wheel weights in the right spot. check out the sweet paint job
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          #19
          I had a set of 16" OZ/Fittipaldi type07 I believe...the sexy 3 piece 5 spoke ones. They BARELY cleared and I mean barely. But that would lead me to believe that most OZ based 3 piece 16's should work.

          I have test fit 16" RS's and they do indeed clear with not much room to spare. In fact one of them has minor interference with something, it spins but you can hear almost like a brushing where the interference is. Only had a crappy jack so I didn't ram my head under to see but it was like brake dust rubbing on brake dust, that minor, and like I said one did it and one didn't, so probably 1 wheel had a tiny wobble or was dirtier than the other. It was the kind of thing that would work itself out over time. I'm gonna be running 16x8 RS's et20 with 205/45/16's on my e36 m3/318ti 5 lug once I get the time to refinish the wheels :)

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            #20
            16x7.5 ET20. Fit perfectly over e36m3 setup without any spacers, nor hubcentric rings.
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              #21
              get some tires on those things and lets see how it looks

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                #22
                Originally posted by Aptyp View Post
                16x7.5 ET20. Fit perfectly over e36m3 setup without any spacers, nor hubcentric rings.
                What the heck are those? They look like a weird bottlecap/style 6 hybrid, but with way too many spokes...
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                1 click. I went to the BMW M10 page and picked something completely unrelated--"torque."

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                  #23
                  do it
                  Originally posted by Matt-B
                  hey does anyone know anyone who gets upset and makes electronics?

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                    #24
                    What about these? I need something cheap to get the car rolling ASAP.

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                      #25
                      NM, I got my answer a few threads down: http://www.r3vlimited.com/board/showthread.php?t=186989

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                      1989 320i coupe, mostly stock

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                        #26
                        But is that car on E36 M3 brakes? I always wondered if those fit as well.
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                          #27
                          Originally posted by MR 325 View Post
                          But is that car on E36 M3 brakes? I always wondered if those fit as well.
                          I hope so, since my car will be on E36 M3 brakes when all is said and done. Does anyone have hard evidence?
                          1989 325is w/M52 swap
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                            #28
                            bump to see more options!
                            Originally posted by Lof8
                            4 doors allow you to transport more whores.
                            therefore, their value is much greater.
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                              #29
                              Originally posted by Aptyp View Post
                              16x7.5 ET20. Fit perfectly over e36m3 setup without any spacers, nor hubcentric rings.
                              Did you get tires on them?
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                                #30
                                I sorta dig em.
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