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      01-04-2013, 06:15 AM   #1
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F10 M5 with 19 inches Advan GT brake clearance problem...

Dear all, i would like to know if the Yokohama Advan GT in 19 inches
19x9 ET20 and 19x10 ET22 can clear the front and rear OEM brake on the F10 M5?

Please help !!
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      01-04-2013, 06:58 AM   #2
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Highly doubt it.

If you must get this, make sure your vendor will refund 100% of your $ if they don't fit. Put this in writing on the sales invoice.

There are no known 19", except bmw stock, out there will fit.
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I believe only 20" wheels can fit OEM M5 brake kit
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Thanks all first, becuz of the 405mm brake disc ?

Mine is not a ceramic brake.
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Not the brake disc. more so on the caliper housing.

It has to do with how the inner wheel barrel is contoured.

Just be careful. HRE & BBS may be working on the 19" design recently.
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Highly doubt it.

If you must get this, make sure your vendor will refund 100% of your $ if they don't fit. Put this in writing on the sales invoice.

There are no known 19", except bmw stock, out there will fit.
Thanks bro, I will get my money back and may consider the 20" Advan GT..
I've saw the Yokohama wheel website that have a 20" advan GT on a F10 M5, thanks Bro!
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Not the brake disc. more so on the caliper housing.

It has to do with how the inner wheel barrel is contoured.

Just be careful. HRE & BBS may be working on the 19" design recently.
Oh.. The barrel design... Got it and understood !!

Thanks for your input!! Learn a lot!
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20" and up (by major brands) should be okay.

For 19", I had nightmare shopping last year. Ordered a set of forged wheels and when the time to test fit onto the M5, they don't clear ... not even close. Luckily, I had that 'full refund' written onto the invoice if they don't fit. That's why I suggested you do the same.




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Oh.. The barrel design... Got it and understood !!

Thanks for your input!! Learn a lot!
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20" and up (by major brands) should be okay.

For 19", I had nightmare shopping last year. Ordered a set of forged wheels and when the time to test fit onto the M5, they don't clear ... not even close. Luckily, I had that 'full refund' written onto the invoice if they don't fit. That's why I suggested you do the same.




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Oh.. The barrel design... Got it and understood !!

Thanks for your input!! Learn a lot!
Oh! Lucky you bro!

So do you have any idea on the weight for the 20" advan GT (M5) fitment ?

Appreciate your input as always !!
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http://style77.com/products/advan-gt

I would think they are in the high 20lb each.

Other Forged wheels would be in the low to mid 20 lbs range.

Ask your vendor if the Advan GT's spec will fit with the orig stock spec below

For reference, the M5 stock comes in:
Front wheels: 20 x 9.5" ET31
Rear wheels: 20 x 10" ET19
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