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Hi guys,

I am new to the forums. I just bought ( well traded ) my previous car for a E34///M5 :)

I currently have 18" SSR wheels on my car. Ill be looking to put something on for the winter. I have OEM e36 M3 wheels. With the wheel offset they obviously wont fit. However if I get wheel spacers they should be fine right? Any recommendations as to which wheel spacers to get not get?

Also I will be selling those SSR's if anyone is interested in them. I am also up for trades for other wheels.

here is a pic of them

 

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You need about a 20mm spacer. E36 wheels have a 40mm offset, the e34 is 20mm... Give or take a few mm in either case. With spacers that big, the variety that bolts to the hub and has separate threads for the lugs is preferable. Opposed to the variety that simply has through holes and requires longer lug bolts. Might be worth just selling the e36 wheels and buying a set with the proper offset.

Those SSR wheels are very nice. One of the lightest wheels you can buy.
 
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