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Old 01-03-2008, 09:55 PM   #1
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Default will 17x8.5 fit my stock ti??

will 17x8.5 wheel fit my ti?? the ti is bone stock suspension wise stock steelies as well. the wheels are D-Force LTW-5

the other wheels i'm lookin at are Sport Edition KM11 those are 17x8

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yes they will fit as long as they are for a bmw 5/120 i think
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yeah they are. i found them on uucmotorwerks.com
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then yes they will work. No rubbing even if the car was low 8.5 should be fine but on stock your good to go. buy them and take pics
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thanks man!!
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I didn't even know they made a 17x8.5 LTW5. I have the 17x9 version of them as my track wheels on my 332ti, with 255's all around. I did have to roll the fenders and use 12mm spacers up front with those wheels.

What color did you get? I have the anthracite. They are incredibly light too...

Edit: just saw that they did add a 17x8.5. Niiiice!
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didn't buy em yet. i don't know yet they are 235/40/17!! i gonna have to roll the fenders aren't i.
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Probably not, but you will need 10mm or 12mm spacers up front.
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o ok thank larry!!
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