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#1 OFFLINE   Nawaf Talal Nawaf

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Posted 19 May 2017 - 10:11 AM

Hey everybody!
Im new to the customization scene and i saw a lot of guys putting on 18" wheels from uli nowak or tk-diecast. I can't seem to know the perfect width and size of the wheels for the car. Can anyone please help me with that?

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Posted 19 May 2017 - 04:38 PM

You can pretty much put anything you want. Otto wheels are mounted on a flat bar/rod. It depends what you get for it, is it Uli Nowak's, TK's or something else. You will have to do some cutting and modifying anyways. As far as I know E36 M3 has 17" factory rims so 18" would look good, 19" would be too big unless you want that kind of look. If there no dimension mentioned just ask Uli or TK for dimensions of the rims you want. All those 18" they offer would look good and properly wide. You can control offset of the rims when you mount new wheels on a rod. If they stick out too much just cut the rod a bit ect. I hope I was somewhat helpful



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