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Mark
03-16-2000, 04:17 PM
I just ordered a set of 17x8 O.Z. Novas for my '93 325i from the Tire Rack. When I logged onto the website, the wheel/tire package it came up with had 235/40ZR17's, but the<br>salesman calculated that I need to use 215's with this wheel.<p>Does anyone out there know if this sizing (215) is a bit conservative? I'd like to be able to have 225's on there (as with my stock 15-inchers).<p>Thanks

Tom
03-17-2000, 01:08 AM
I put a set of OZ Nova's on my 2000 323i and they look great. Bought them from the Tire Rack. I went with their suggestion of 235/40ZR/17's and I'm glad I did. I not sure about the fit on your 93 but my suggestion is if you can get the 225's on there then go for it. Give Eddie a call he was very helpfull when I bought my set.<br>Good luck you won't be disapointed.<br>

jim@tirerack.com
03-18-2000, 10:28 AM
<i>: I just ordered a set of 17x8 O.Z. Novas for my '93 325i from the Tire Rack. When I logged onto the website, the wheel/tire package it came up with had 235/40ZR17's, but the<br>: salesman calculated that I need to use 215's with this wheel.<p>: Does anyone out there know if this sizing (215) is a bit conservative? I'd like to be able to have 225's on there (as with my stock 15-inchers).<p>: Thanks<br> With the offset of that wheel the 215 is the size I would use without any modifiations like rolling the fenders or changing camber. If you are willing to do these things the bigger tire wioll fit.<br></i>


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