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      10-13-2019, 09:43 PM   #1
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So I'm going with Niche rims but I want to make sure everything fits before I make the jump and cant get out of it if it doesn't work.

My car 2015 f32 435i rear wheel

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NICHE® - M191 GAMMA Matte Bronze (19" x 8.5", +35 Offset, 5x120.65

Rear:
NICHE® - M191 GAMMA Matte Bronze (19" x 9.5", +40 Offset, 5x120.65
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i'd get it in 5x120, not 5x120.65.
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Yes it fits easily, tons of threads discussing wheel sizing
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5x120.65 is meant for GM vehicles. I'd recommend those rim sizes and offset but with 5x120 like alohasurftoad said

Edit: seems Niche's own website states 5x120. Not sure what wheel/tire store you are looking at (potentially carID as i saw them listed there at 5x120.65) but i believe you'll be fine
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Awesome thanks guys
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5x120.65 is meant for GM vehicles. I'd recommend those rim sizes and offset but with 5x120 like alohasurftoad said

Edit: seems Niche's own website states 5x120. Not sure what wheel/tire store you are looking at (potentially carID as i saw them listed there at 5x120.65) but i believe you'll be fine
If it is from carid, they will call you to confirm the specifications of the wheel. This will also occur on other online retailers.
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