I spent ages trying to find out what sizes i needed but struggled to get a good answer.. On my E46 328 i had 225 front and 255 rear. Not sure on the width of the wheels but they were ok on that so i thought id be ok with the same on here... It isnt catching by too much. I like the 9Js on the rear, looks really nice. Id like the get these wheels and tires working. Fingers crossed that i dont need much more camber!
Hind sight being what it is, I would have then taken the rears off your e46 and tried them first, before commiting yourself to new expensive rims.
E36's and e46's are like chalk and cheese though, so you shouldn't have just assumed they would fit!
Nothing wrong with Nankangs I used to own some, and eventhough they are really summer tyres they did okay in my opinion during the cold periods. I personally would use them again if I needed
But unless you're going to replace your tyres, then arch rolling could be your answer.
I highly recommend www.archenemy.co.uk I have used them before when I had my E30 and even some of my friends have used them. They come to you and I think their prices are actually very reasonable. Just remember that any arch rolling on the rears means that the seam sealer in the rear arches will need to be removed and most probably you will also need to repaint the lips once the rolling is done.
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