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Thread in 'Driftworks Products & Enquiries' started by PhilMorrison, Jan 19, 2009.
anybody have a clue? i want 10x18" all round
10j et20 will fit easily on the rear of a e34 in fact you'll really want et00 or less for it to look proper cool, may need spacers for inner clearance on the front though im not really sure, i recon with 25mm spacers and a bit of arch bashing at worst you'd get em on there with a great stance, just not convinced rota grids would suit an e34 though.
I have 17 10j on the rear of my 535 im not sure of ofset but im sure someone will know.
My car is super low on 255 rubber and quite alot of arch work. But no scrubbing not even 2 up with tools and 9 17" rims and tyres!
Excuse me posing for some drivebys!
they look like rondell's the 10x17's are et19
yeah they are rondells!
not sure if that helps your cause or not
bit i want 10" in front aswell
this is a photoscop as you see, but i think it will look awsome!
im soon finished with the car now
Need to see the rota's on a 34 I'm offering my 530 for trials ;-)
10j won't go on the front of an E34 without ~15-20mm spacer, I had them on the front with a 20mm spacer and with a slight arch roll and a 235-245 tyre on they would have tucked in the front nicely with the right ride height. Rear fits fine but I'd put on a spacer again to match the front fitment and no more than a 245 rear.
Thinking bronze on a silver 34 would look stunning
got any pics of it bon bon?
so it is actually possible without needing to widen the arches 3metres
Danny had et20 17x 10j borbet reps all round on his B10. Dont remember him saying he needed spacers...
Bon when you fitted them to Jays old e36 did they need spacers on the front for the 10js?
Nah they'll go straight on, I put them on my E36 touring briefly when it was high and engineless.
I bet they'd pretty much fit now I've got camberrzzz on the front and worked the rear arches for style 5s.
did the man fitment 18x10's fit on the rear of a e34? i am looking at a e34 m5 and if i get one i really want a set of these wheels
Yup, they'll fit nicely on an E34.
Whats the score with putting 10j all round on a e39? much work needed?
Probably a spacer to clear the strut, it'll look proper rollerskate spec at normal ride height but if you slam it and camber it in (which happens when they go down anyway) then it'll fit a treat. For example, 18x8.5 ET13 looks LOST on a lowered car.
Cool, well i dont want to slam it as its my tow car, and dont want too much camber as i do 18k miles a year or more. Im sure i could get it looking cool with the right spacers, aslong as there not going to poke out the archs by loads, itl be cool, which it sounds like it will be fine.
Any one got some i can borrow to check fitment?
I know its been mentioned alot but is there the realistic hope of having 17's in 9j for bmw fitment?
Yet another question......Will the 10j fit alright on the front of a e46 330 with just a mild bit of arch roll? Or is it gonna be some extreme hammer time?