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      09-07-2022, 11:52 PM   #1
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Finally narrowed down the wheels I want to go with but wondering why almost everyone chose 21" vs 20"... I love a chunky rear setup but I feel a 305/25/21 is super thin. I personally would prefer to stay with 20's & will most likely be pairing the wheels with KW V3's... Curious to get some feedback on different setups & here's my stock but not for long Pure Metal M5
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21" looks better than 20"
21" will be more prone to bends/cracks and will have a harsher ride than 20"
21" more pricey (usually) than 20"

I'd go with 10" F and 11" R, with 30mm (+/- 5mm) offset F and R.

There are quite a few with S101's here on the forum... a little search will help you find the perfect set-up for yourself!
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21" looks better than 20"
21" will be more prone to bends/cracks and will have a harsher ride than 20"
21" more pricey (usually) than 20"

I'd go with 10" F and 11" R, with 30mm (+/- 5mm) offset F and R.

There are quite a few with S101's here on the forum... a little search will help you find the perfect set-up for yourself!
Appreciate the response.. will do a little more digging thru the posts 😎
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Nothing will look better than those stock 20's.
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Nothing will look better than those stock 20's.
I always switch up the wheels on all my vehicle's. I get bored of the stock look lol
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21" looks better than 20"
21" will be more prone to bends/cracks and will have a harsher ride than 20"
21" more pricey (usually) than 20"

I'd go with 10" F and 11" R, with 30mm (+/- 5mm) offset F and R.

There are quite a few with S101's here on the forum... a little search will help you find the perfect set-up for yourself!
Will ET30 front and rear rub or catch anywhere?
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Will ET30 front and rear rub or catch anywhere?
To my knowledge, no.
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