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    I'm looking at some wheels that are 15x7 with a offset of -11 to go on my 93 325is E36. Does anyone know what I would need to make these fit? If you all need more info let me know

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    I think that 15s are gonna be too small on an E36

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    Chicken legs on a 400lb woman is what 7" wide wheel pushed out that far will look like.
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    Hmm. Damn. I was looking at some cragars on here that look like borbets. :/

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    What would I need to make them work?

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    17s.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kielan View Post
    17s.


    15's will never ever work on a e36 man, sorry.

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    You don't need anything to make them work, they'll bolt on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by M.Burroughs View Post
    You don't need anything to make them work, they'll bolt on.

    not true, id suggest a breaker bar or at least ratchet, and a jack of some sort. tires are a big plus

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stephen View Post
    not true, id suggest a breaker bar or at least ratchet, and a jack of some sort. tires are a big plus
    Tires are overrated, and jacks aren't necessary, just hang that wheel off the corner of a dock, and unbolt while it's just hanging there. In fact the deeper the water below the better.
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    da hell is going on in here
    Dude... My nissan has like a v8, man.

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    Quote Originally Posted by M.Burroughs View Post
    You don't need anything to make them work, they'll bolt on.
    Thanks for only logical reply mike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iwannabeam3 View Post
    Thanks for only logical reply mike.
    sigh....

    go ahead and bolt them right up.

    make a thread when you do.

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    Will they fit? Yes. Will they look good? Absolutely not.

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    I still laugh at this, most knowledgable E36 people in the scene in this thread, and you still think this is a good idea. in4hugefuckingfail.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kielan View Post
    I still laugh at this, most knowledgable E36 people in the scene in this thread, and you still think this is a good idea. in4hugefuckingfail.
    qft


    oh no wait, we're just being ******

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    They'll be used for my winter setup so.

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    so use stocks, why purposely use something that is going to look shitty...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tuck&Poke View Post
    so use stocks, why purposely use something that is going to look shitty...
    This.
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    fuck that... run some daytons!!!!
    cars and stuff

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tuck&Poke View Post
    so use stocks, why purposely use something that is going to look shitty...
    I don't have my stocks. Plus the stock wheels were 15s also. Actually they were 15x7, with a offset of I think et26

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