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      01-06-2013, 07:33 PM   #1
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F10 M5 Stock Wheels - 19s in BMW USA

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I'm wondering if any of the M5 folks know what style wheels these are and where you can buy them? I've only seen Star Spoke version on M5s in the US, but I really like these 19s that were seen on European Cars and the website.

Thanks for feedback in advance.

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Those are the standard 19" wheels, model 345. The 5-star 20" inch wheels you are referring to are an option. Take a look at getBMWparts.com, they have the best prices on OEM parts that I've found.
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Those are the standard 19" wheels, model 345. The 5-star 20" inch wheels you are referring to are an option. Take a look at getBMWparts.com, they have the best prices on OEM parts that I've found.
It's crazy, but I think these 19s look better than the 20s by far. I checked Tischer's site, but no listing of these wheels. I wrote to them directly to see what's up. Really curious. Let me know if you find a link of the listing.
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That is crazy

Should be able to find these for sale as owners opt for this cheaper set when planning to swap out for aftermarket wheels.

Check the member classifieds and/or post a WTB
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It's crazy, but I think these 19s look better than the 20s by far. I checked Tischer's site, but no listing of these wheels. I wrote to them directly to see what's up. Really curious. Let me know if you find a link of the listing.
They can get them. I ordered a set of the M5 winter wheels #408, and they did not have them listed on the site either.

As Rob said, check the classified forum. Unfortunately a lot of people are looking for the 19" to use for winter tires.
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It's crazy, but I think these 19s look better than the 20s by far. I checked Tischer's site, but no listing of these wheels. I wrote to them directly to see what's up. Really curious. Let me know if you find a link of the listing.
I thought the same but now the 20's started to grow on me. Plus they are easier to clean
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the 345M may be in short supply because the only 19" wheel that will clear the M5 brakes. No aftermarket 19" (AFAIK) is currently available.
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the 345M may be in short supply because the only 19" wheel that will clear the M5 brakes. No aftermarket 19" (AFAIK) is currently available.
Thats the only reason I got the 19s, for winter and as a spare (front) for longer trips. I'll be getting 20 aftermkts instead.
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It's crazy, but I think these 19s look better than the 20s by far. I checked Tischer's site, but no listing of these wheels. I wrote to them directly to see what's up. Really curious. Let me know if you find a link of the listing.

Agree 100%. With the exception that they should have made these in the 20 inch size.
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Hm I guess I am the outlier here. I like 20" style more than 19" style. Not a huge fan of multi-spoke wheels that cover a half of the brakes.
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the 345M may be in short supply because the only 19" wheel that will clear the M5 brakes. No aftermarket 19" (AFAIK) is currently available.
Thats the only reason I got the 19s, for winter and as a spare (front) for longer trips. I'll be getting 20 aftermkts instead.
Have you test fit the OEM 19 front on the rear? If it fits your idea of using it as a spare is great. The reason I ask is because it seems the design of the rear caliper seems to be more problematic than the front for wheel fitment. Please let us know your results.

I have the OEM 20s and the 408m 19" winter wheels. I'm hoping a front or rear wheel will work on both front and rear. If so, that will become my spare on road trips. Anyone know if that works?
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