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      10-18-2013, 06:03 PM   #1
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Which Winter Rims to get?

So I'm looking for some cheap winter wheels

My options are some Privat or TSW Brooklands or Rivage.

Any thoughts or opinions?

Will 35 offset front and rear easily fit my M5?
Fronts: 20X9 5-120 35B
Rears: 20X10 5-120 40B


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      10-18-2013, 07:34 PM   #2
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I found a distributor for the M5 wheels in a replica version for a fair price. I was wondering if I run 255 35 20 all around but a rear 10 inch wheel will the stretch be bad and should I just go 8.5 all around with 35 offset?

can anyone chime in?
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      10-19-2013, 09:55 AM   #3
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I found a distributor for the M5 wheels in a replica version for a fair price. I was wondering if I run 255 35 20 all around but a rear 10 inch wheel will the stretch be bad and should I just go 8.5 all around with 35 offset?

can anyone chime in?
I think you could go with 8.5 all around and then use spacers to make them look staggered. Perhaps 10mm front 15mm rear?
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Does AG have a 19" set up for the M5? If so how much?
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FYI. I tried a set of AG replica 20" rears; they wouldn't clear the calipers. I even tried 13mm spacer, still touched the caliper.
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      11-02-2013, 03:43 AM   #7
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What offset where those AG rears
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I am looking a doing the same with my M5 and have looked at those Privat 4 spoke wheels you have shown at the top of the thread. I have already tried some Vossen CV3 reps on the car and these were the correct offset but would not clear the calipers also. The inside wheel diameter was just small as they had an inner stepped lip with the rim made as narrow as possible to give an impression of a larger wheel.

I also enquired about the Avant Garde reps and the supplier told me they had tried and they would not clear the M5 calipers.

Really want to pull the plug on a set of wheels soon but just can't find any. Don't mind buying in the US and shipping to UK if need be as nothing is really available here.

Don't want to pay a fortune as they are for my winter setup only.
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Our stock wheels are ET34 all round by the way, so ET35 will be fine, both wheels will retract 1mm but would not be noticeable.
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I went w beyern spartan wheels as that is what Kando another member on here is running. I figure go with what works as there's no guarantee except for bbs and oz wheels to clear.
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