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Does anyone have any pics of these wheels on or wheels of the same dimension. How much do they stick out? Any advice on these wheels would be greatly appreciated.

They are 5 1/2 J X 13. ET18

Thanks in advance. I tried looking up on site search and couldn't find anything.

Ian

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Not sure what is the offset on mine to be honest but I think they are regular 320i rims and ATE branded. Here's a pic for reference.

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Thanks Konrad. I love how they look, but do you have any issues with them driving. Do you have a side view?

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Thanks Konrad. I love how they look, but do you have any issues with them driving. Do you have a side view?

Hey no problem, I don't have a lot of pictures of the car from the outside since I have rarely driven it (it's in the process of being restored).

It drives very well I honestly can't find any difference at all from driving this 02" and one with original steelies. The match is perfect with the E21 rims.

If the car was running right now I would take it out and shoot a pic for you sideways but right now it's partially dismantled.

You can find a lot of pics with those rims on google images though it's a vary common swap.

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Here's a shot of my first 02, a 76' about 10 years ago (good Lord, has it been that long!?!). She was lowered pretty good on HR's? and had bilstein HD's. Not really any rubbing or anything that I remember. They were off my brother's 320

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Here's a shot of my first 02, a 76' about 10 years ago (good Lord, has it been that long!?!). She was lowered pretty good on HR's? and had bilstein HD's. Not really any rubbing or anything that I remember. They were off my brother's 320

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Thanks a lot! That car is purty. I love Fjord. I think your answer just sealed it for me. My car isn't even that low so I'll probably be fine. My current rims stick out a bit and never bothered me.

I've attached a pic of my car if anyone wants to chime in. I'm currently have Momo rims with similar style to the Alpina, but I just love that Alpina style. I'll probably have the Momo rims for sale for cheap, one center cap is missing, local pick-up in SoCal. I know nothing about them.

Thanks everyone! I really appreciate everyone's help. I'm a full time listener and only a very part-time caller here on the FAQ and everyone is always patient and nice with my questions.

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Thanks! Another beautiful Fjord! Appreciate the help guys.

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Hey Ian, these old pictures might help you.

I did have rubbing at full lock and when going up and down driveways, after I lowered the car. Tires were 185 / 60s, lowered on H&R springs and Bilsteins.

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Lowered my car & no issues unless I slam into a major BUMP with wheels cut, then I will get fender rub. Thats more due to lowering the car though.

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