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Old 12-30-2013, 09:40 PM
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Hello guys,

I was interested in buying wheels, I found these Lexani CVX 44 attractive.
Would they suit a white e60 with mtech body kit?

Specifically I would like 20"x9 in the front and 20"x10.5 in the rear.
Tires: Michelin Pilot Sport AS plus (front 255/35zr20xl) (rear 285/30zr20xl)

Plz let me know if these will fit my car, or what additions i might need to make.

I have not lowered or done anything to my car.

Small note.
Are 22's possible?

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Old 12-31-2013, 01:22 AM
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Yes they will fit fine..i was running 285/30/20 on my e60 with a 10.5" rim..275 i found was little too stretched.

Buying new wheels in a week or so with a 10.5" rear, will be running 295/30/20 - will be getting my arches rolled for this though..,
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Thanks for your reply.

might i have to do something to my car to give that full wheel well look?
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I just sold my 20's, and buying these..(not my car but mine is the same color)

in 2 minds - as i have the cash in my hand, thinking i should put it away for a rainy day...im sure this thought will go soon..

what wheels you getting?

on a note, my brother has 21" in the garage - said they do not fit his e60...but in the states i think 21" is quite common - unsure of 22's though!
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I think the cvx44 20 inch silver with chrome lip .
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Will I need adapters?
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With enough money and time you can make any wheel fit. However, the key to making those 20's fit is the offset and tire size selection. Personally , i think 255/35s up front are too tall. I'm running 255/30s and 285/30s front to back with rolled fenders. I still get a slight rub front and rear when going over large bumps. As far as "adapters" are concerned, unless the wheels you select have the wrong bolt pattern you won't need adapters. However, i think you meant spacers? Which again will depend on the offset of the wheels you select. I have the same size wheels and I'm running +18 & +25 front to rear respectively.
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With enough money and time you can make any wheel fit. However, the key to making those 20's fit is the offset and tire size selection. Personally , i think 255/35s up front are too tall. I'm running 255/30s and 285/30s front to back with rolled fenders. I still get a slight rub front and rear when going over large bumps. As far as "adapters" are concerned, unless the wheels you select have the wrong bolt pattern you won't need adapters. However, i think you meant spacers? Which again will depend on the offset of the wheels you select. I have the same size wheels and I'm running +18 & +25 front to rear respectively.
+1.. the front will probably rub a lot on Sport suspension.
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Originally Posted by Samuk007 View Post
I just sold my 20's, and buying these..(not my car but mine is the same color)

in 2 minds - as i have the cash in my hand, thinking i should put it away for a rainy day...im sure this thought will go soon..

what wheels you getting?

on a note, my brother has 21" in the garage - said they do not fit his e60...but in the states i think 21" is quite common - unsure of 22's though!
Off the wall question but...

do you know the band of those wheels in the picture?
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