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      04-13-2012, 10:24 AM   #1
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I tried searching, but didn't see anything.

Does anybody know the offsets for the 19" wheels that come standard on the F10 M5?

Thanks in advance, JC
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IND will know soon enough but I have not seen anything
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F10 M5 :

19"
9Jx19 ET32
10Jx19 ET34

20"
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10Jx20 ET34
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F10 M5 :

19"
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10Jx19 ET34

20"
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10Jx20 ET34
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Thanks, should poke out a little more in the back and I may have to run a small spacer up front to compensate.
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So are you going to order the 19's or the 20's? I am likely going to order soon and I am not sure. I haven't seen either in person but I am leaning towards the 19's because I am sure I will end up changing them even though every car I buy I promise to myself that I will not mod it.

For our EU brothers who have seen both in person, do the 20's fit the car much better than the 19's. Just worried about the 19's looking too small on this car.
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Im very happy I ordered the 19". They look better IMO, and it seems that they give better traction/grip when I compare to my friends M5 with the 20".
His DSC is kicking in all tghe time. Mine are less active...
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I would assume the ride is better as well but can you comment on this? I know my M3 rides better with the 18s.
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I would assume the ride is better as well but can you comment on this? I know my M3 rides better with the 18s.
Its not a soo big difference between 19 / 20. But the 19 are slightly mor comfy IMO.
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20" are my choice, they look 100 times better than the 19". They just make the car look its best. 19" multispoke are just meh, imo.
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So are you going to order the 19's or the 20's? I am likely going to order soon and I am not sure. I haven't seen either in person but I am leaning towards the 19's because I am sure I will end up changing them even though every car I buy I promise to myself that I will not mod it.

For our EU brothers who have seen both in person, do the 20's fit the car much better than the 19's. Just worried about the 19's looking too small on this car.
I'm going with the 19s. 20" wheels go against everything I believe in.

I learned my lesson after ordering the M3 with the 19s. I hate the ride quality with those wheels.

And off course I'm not going with the ceramics, totally unnecessary on an M5.
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F10 M5 :

19"
9Jx19 ET32
10Jx19 ET34

20"
9Jx20 ET34
10Jx20 ET34
9J/10J? That's the same width as the ZCP wheels on the M3. They should have given it wider wheels...
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I'm going with the 19s. 20" wheels go against everything I believe in.

I learned my lesson after ordering the M3 with the 19s. I hate the ride quality with those wheels.

And off course I'm not going with the ceramics, totally unnecessary on an M5.
I think I am going to go with the 19's too. Some spacers and some mild suspension work and it will be good. Maybe an exhaust too. But I am going to hold myself to those mods if I can.
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Any chance the m3 wheels will fit the m5?
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Any chance the m3 wheels will fit the m5?
I don't think at all. Totally wrong offset.
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I don't think at all. Totally wrong offset.
Thanks. Im clueless when it comes to wheels offset
Have a set of Advan RS D from m3 with 19x9 et 22 F 19x10 et 20 R. Was wondering if i could use them.
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Thanks. Im clueless when it comes to wheels offset
Have a set of Advan RS D from m3 with 19x9 et 22 F 19x10 et 20 R. Was wondering if i could use them.
I am not 100% sure on the brake clearance but from just the offsets and widths, those wheels will work on the new F10 M5. A lot of german tuners are putting wheels on that are in the low 20 offset for the front 9.0" width and rear 10.0" width.
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Thinking about aftermarket wheels already eh?
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I am getting aftermarket wheels and opted for the 20" wheel package. Will now just swap tires to new rims. $1300 for the 20" tires alone seemed like a deal.
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I am getting aftermarket wheels and opted for the 20" wheel package. Will now just swap tires to new rims. $1300 for the 20" tires alone seemed like a deal.
Good point. And the wheels alone can fetch more than that if owner didn't want to keep them.
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I am not 100% sure on the brake clearance but from just the offsets and widths, those wheels will work on the new F10 M5. A lot of german tuners are putting wheels on that are in the low 20 offset for the front 9.0" width and rear 10.0" width.
Thanks, will try them when my car is in.
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Would these Work

I have a set of Work Brombachers 19 x 9.5" 20mm offset front and 19 x 10.5" 27mm offset for the rears. Based on the oem offsets stated earlier in this thread I would think that these wheels would fit without any issue. I would appreciate any input others may have. I wouldn't think brake clearance would be an issue either due to the slightly wider wheels.
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