What is the largis rims that can be put on this car

Asked by migration_Ddaddy Oct 26, 2012 at 03:35 PM about the 2009 BMW 5 Series 528i xDrive Sedan AWD

Question type: Car Customization

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Biggest I would go is 19 do to it being an xdrive vehicle. Any larger and it would start to damage the transfer case. But you will need to check clearance with any rim when your thinking of changing them. Hope this helps

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Thanks Robert I'm thinking 18 to on the safeside.

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2 sizes more than the factory, due to the rear fenders scraping the inside of the tires when hitting bumps...consider the factors, of the sensors being off set in that case, such as speedometer....

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yeah i agree with the19's they sound reason able

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Robert is right again. You can also confirm and see for yourself if you go to www.TireRack.com

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I got 22s on my 528

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Is that a 2009 xdrive and can I see it from the side want to put some on minds hit me at 864-913-5283

Man it looks great what size tires you got??

I already changed my 2010 bmw 535i xdrive oem rims and i got now a 550i 2007 rims but i dnt know why looks so wide the front rims Looks out of the fender a little bit any suggestion?

I have a 2008 BMW 528xi....Can anyone advise if I can use 19 inch 231 rims. The 231 are factory rims from 2007 BMW 750LI

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