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      05-08-2012, 10:44 PM   #23
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F10 M5 :

19"
9Jx19 ET32
10Jx19 ET34

20"
9Jx20 ET34
10Jx20 ET34
How about the tire size? What goes on the 19s?
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      05-09-2012, 01:54 AM   #24
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295/35-19 and 265/40-19.
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Just looked up those 343M 20" rims. They are forged and they go for
$5500 US converted from European prices for the staggered set. Oh! No tires. Just 4 rims.

As for the 345M 19", they are alloy. Not forged and they go for $3000 US converted from European prices for the staggered set. Again. No tires. Just 4 rims.




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F10 M5 :

19"
9Jx19 ET32
10Jx19 ET34

20"
9Jx20 ET34
10Jx20 ET34
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      07-16-2012, 06:07 AM   #26
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F10 M5 :

19"
9Jx19 ET32
10Jx19 ET34

20"
9Jx20 ET34
10Jx20 ET34
Hi E90Fleet. Given that you are in the know, what are the offsets for the F10 535 (non-sport model).
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18"
Front: 18x8" ET30
Rear: 18x9" ET44


19"
Front: 19x8.5" ET33
Rear: 19x9" ET44




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Hi E90Fleet. Given that you are in the know, what are the offsets for the F10 535 (non-sport model).
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      09-24-2012, 01:40 PM   #28
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F10 M5 :

19"
9Jx19 ET32
10Jx19 ET34

20"
9Jx20 ET34
10Jx20 ET34
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      10-27-2012, 03:07 PM   #29
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I don't think at all. Totally wrong offset.
Not really. The M3 ZCP wheels are 19x9 with a 31mm offset. Only a 1mm difference. The rears are 19x10 with a 25mm offset which is a 9mm difference. Should fit just fine as long as there is no problem with the spoke geometry and brake caliper clearance.
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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.
Given the offsets of these Works, you will gain approx. 6 mm onboard clearance of the suspension/brakelines etc for the front, and gain an extra approx. 1 mm of clearance with the rears. [Please correct me if my estimations are wrong]


My only concern is the brake caliper clearance. With increased width and lowered offset, they work with respect to the OEM 19's, but this only takes into account the distance of the hub from the center of the new wheel and not of the spoke geometry. Considering the the size of the calipers, I'd recommend test fitting first to insure there are no clearance issues.
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just curious if the BBS LM-R in ericsson fitment will fit in the F10 M5?

The specs are:

20x9.0 ET08 5x120 Front 245/30/20
20x10.0 ET18 5x120 Rear 275/30/20
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