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      03-05-2014, 01:15 PM   #1
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F32 (435i) M-Sport with Style 95 Wheels

I just took delivery of my Alpine White 435i last week. It came with summer tires (not all-season) and obviously do not suffice for any type of snow. I had a set of Style 95 wheels with brand new continental DWS tires stored in my garage for a few months. I know that 19” wheels with Conti DWS tires is not the best setup for winter but it’s better than the sport tires that were on the car when I received it. I originally had plans of installing this setup my E92 335xi; however, I ended up selling the car. I did some mild research on the fitment of style 95 on E9X cars and they appeared to fit well with minimal rubbing issues on cars with stock sport suspension and even on cars with H&R or Eibach springs. After installing the wheels I was surprised to see that the rear “pokes out” more than it does on the E92.
I know they look terrible but I'm going to keep them for a bit until weather gets better. I'm not going to compromise my safety and these are my best setup at the moment.
So I started this thread to help anyone out who is looking to change the wheels on their car. The specs on the style 95 are as follows:

Front: 19x9 ET24 225/35 R19
Rear: 19x10 ET24 265/30 R19

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      03-05-2014, 02:54 PM   #2
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Thanks for the info! Wheels look good and fitment really doesn't look that bad at all... Aggressive for sure.

I think the negative camber from a drop should help remedy that rear poke
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Thanks for the info! Wheels look good and fitment really doesn't look that bad at all... Aggressive for sure.

I think the negative camber from a drop should help remedy that rear poke
Not that bad?
It sticks out 2-3 cm outside of the car, it looks ridiculous if you ask me!
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      03-05-2014, 03:34 PM   #4
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Not that bad?
It sticks out 2-3 cm outside of the car, it looks ridiculous if you ask me!

I agree, it looks a little wacky but I did it more for safety than anything. It's snowing as I type this and I know that the summer/sport tires would not fair well in this weather.
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Thanks for the info! Wheels look good and fitment really doesn't look that bad at all... Aggressive for sure.

I think the negative camber from a drop should help remedy that rear poke
Thank you, the negative camber from lowering will definitely help if I lower the car but I'm not too sure how much. I'll keep this thread updated if I do anything to the suspension.
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yea, no
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Your car looks so funny with those wheels
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      03-05-2014, 05:18 PM   #9
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I'm sorry I don't like to post negative comments but these wheels are worthy. They look so terrible.... put back the stock!!!
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ahh!! i know its winter, so you have to have them I guess, but as soon as its possible take those off off off! it looks horrible!
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Gosh, I knew I was going to get bashed on here. I don't need people to rub it in, I'm not proud of the look but the other tires are dangerous in snow. I have a B5 S4 that I was long to drive but due to circumstances, I had to let me brother use it until his car gets fixed. I was posting this to show that they don't work with F32 cars. I agree, they look bad and I will remove these as soon as I get the snows for the stock wheels. Hopefully someone in the future will see this tread before they consider putting wheels with similar specs. Thank you to those who actually took the time to read the original post and not just look at the pictures and hate on me. Safety comes first and these are my only resource right now.
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I'd change that at your earliest convenience. Those rims themselves are just terrible, and the fitment is no better. Sorry
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Great Choice !!
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vote to sticky. the same mistake need not be made again.
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I kinda like the style wheel on your car, but...I have an aversion to wheels that don't fit properly. Not into rims that protrude outside the wheel wells (or tires that are overly stretched).
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Well at least you can drive in the snow now…yes they may look bad but I totally agree, safety first. Always!

Good luck bud and have fun!
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Do you have any issues with rubbing? Looks like the rears at least would have some sort of an issue.
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You guys are harsh, I don't think you uderstand how dangerous it is driving in the snow with summer tires. OP I agree with everyone but do what you have to do to stay safe. Swap the wheels when you get a chance for a better winter set up.
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did you have your car lifted?
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Are those 7 series wheels?

I think theys look rather well on the 4series
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Are those 7 series wheels?

I think theys look rather well on the 4series
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You guys are harsh, I don't think you uderstand how dangerous it is driving in the snow with summer tires. OP I agree with everyone but do what you have to do to stay safe. Swap the wheels when you get a chance for a better winter set up.
Yes, this winter has been brutal and there have been almost 150 deaths in Michigan this year due to snow related car accidents. I'm looking for a good set of all seasons that will fit over the M brakes
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