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      03-24-2017, 03:11 AM   #1
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FS: ADV.1 ADV06R 21x9 +29 21x10.5 +35, F10 M5 or F06/F12/F13 6series (Non M6) fitment

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Practically mint, ADV1 ADV06R wheels in 21x9 +29 and 21x10.5 +35, flat black centers and gloss black outers/lips, with Toyo T1Rs mounted, sized 255/30/21 and 295/25/21, approximately 90% thread left. There are no curb rashes or scratches. There are some marks in the lug hole pockets from installation, but will not be noticeable once installed, unless you have your nose to the wheel.

http://www.adv1wheels.com/wheel-coll...n-spec-wheels/

https://www.tirerack.com/tires/tires...del=Proxes+T1R

$13,600 retail, wheels alone. Tirerack has the Toyo T1Rs in these sizes at $971.88

I am selling for $4500 + shipping

This will fit:

F10 M5 (stock specs here: http://f10.m5post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=676094, but its 9Jx19 ET32 and 10Jx19 ET34 for 19"s, and 9Jx20 ET34 and 10Jx20 ET34 for 20"s)
F06/F12/F13 6 series (non M6), which these were originally ordered for

You can verify the sizes by calling ADV1 and ask for Jon Gutierrez. Order number for these wheels is 7459 (it's embossed on the front of the wheels - see pics - like other ADV1s) https://www.adv1wheels.com/contact/

First and foremost, for me, ADV.1s are the holy grail of wheels. There are many other great wheel companies for sure, but being involved with cars since the mid '90's, and having over 25+ sets of various aftermarket wheels and tires for various cars over the years, the past few years has had me lusting for a set.

Frankly though, I have a hard time justifying paying so much for a new set (these, according to verification with ADV.1, retails at $3400 a piece), and when these were posted by another member, I jumped at the chance. Was told they were 21x10 and 21x11, which is what would be perfect for my M6. However, upon receiving them and verifying with ADV.1 themselves, this was a set that was ordered for a 2016 650i (F06/F12/F13). Needless to say, I should have done my homework.

I have literally been tearing myself apart, debating if I should just keep these, put spacers on them, and live the with narrower wheel width of front (stock is 9.5" up front) - they are soooo beautiful. But, I have come to the conclusion that cannot and will not do that. So, for a fleeting moment at least, I owned a set of ADV1 wheels.

The original seller has offered to buy back the wheels, but rather than simply make Fedex that much more richer, I have decided to make them available, with all of the correct information, so that you can make sure it is the right fitment for you. I know this will fit a 6 series (but not M6 obviously), but should also a F10 M5. I do not believe it will fit a standard F10. It may fit others, but I am not advertising as such.

I am simply wanting to break even, and pass on an awesome deal to someone. Definitely prefer local pick up in Houston, TX, however they are in the boxes and ready to ship. Will be cross posting to 6post, 5post.

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      03-24-2017, 01:44 PM   #2
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Too narrow for even on a f10 m5, these specs are not for M cars GLWS
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Absolutely sexxxxy Wheel's , i can concur w price as i just bought a brand new set of similar wheel's from ADV and am still waitiing for em almost 3 mo's out now!

brand new these wheels are an absolute shit ton of $$$$ and it took me a good month of debating back and forth and finally pull'd the trigger

so my 0.02 cents this is an amazzzing deal !!

w that said 650i/550i m5/m6 have diff offsets in the rear wheels esp as the op ment'd seem's as if he's being very honest w sale but do all of the homework when purchasing these for your car watev it may be..

OP geourgous wheel's and GLWS suxxx cowballlz that it din't work out for ya !

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Too narrow for even on a f10 m5, these specs are not for M cars GLWS
Thanks for the response. That's not what this says:

http://f10.m5post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=676094

(Stock) F10 M5 :

19"
9Jx19 ET32
10Jx19 ET34

20"
9Jx20 ET34
10Jx20 ET34

If that is not correct, what is?
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      03-24-2017, 09:42 PM   #5
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What he's saying is that it's too close to stock specs
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      03-24-2017, 11:16 PM   #6
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What he's saying is that it's too close to stock specs
+1 , who wants to upgrade to wheels that are stock specs .
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      03-25-2017, 02:22 AM   #7
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Nothing that spacers can't fix! Nice wheel set for a decent price. Good luck with the sale
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      03-25-2017, 03:00 AM   #8
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Nothing that spacers can't fix! Nice wheel set for a decent price. Good luck with the sale
Here's the thing, you don't even need to put spacers for these to sit slightly more aggressive than stock.

This set that I am selling, if installed on a M5, would have a 5mm wider track on either side of the rear, without spacers, and 5mm wider track on either side of the front (compared to the stock 20" wheels) - again, without spacers. It's just simple math.

Can you go wider on the M5? Sure. But at least with this set the front is the same as stock, and the rear is 1/2" wider. From everything that I've looked up, you can go up to 9.5" up front and 11" in the rear on the F10 M5. I leave it to a buyer to decide if the 1/2" is worth an extra $6000-7000 in cost.

If I had an M5, wouldn't even be contemplating selling them. The issue I have is that the M6 Gran Coupe rearend is much wider. The stock wheel size is 20x10.5 ET19, so I would need a 15mm spacer (ET35 offset - 15mm spacer = effective ET20 offset - 1mm from stock) just to get it just sit at stock track width (20mm spacer to get the track 5mm wider on each side).

I could actually live with a 15mm spacer in the rear, but it's the front of the M6 Grand Coupe is what is getting me though. The stock M6 width 9.5" up front, and this set's front is 9" wide. That means I either live with the narrower width of this set on the front (which I am not going to do on a $150k car, sorry), or I have the front's rebarreled. Actually just found out from ADV1 that it's not as expensive as I thought to have them rebarrel, and that will be an option if it comes down to it. Or, I could trade in the M6 for an M5.


Nah. =)
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Had a question about ceramic brake clearance; while I don't have a M5 with CCB, I do have an M6 with CCB. Had a couple hours tonight to try clearance:
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These are stock 20" 343M wheels, with Macht Schnell 12mm spacers in front, and 10mm spacers in the rear. http://f10.m5post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=937945



Stock wheel specs per http://f10.m5post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=794702


Comparison Table
343M OEM Wheels
20x9" ET34
20x10" ET34

ADV.1 ADV06R
21x9" ET29
21x10.5" ET35

Wheel Fitment Comparison
Front: This is an easy calculation, since wheel width is the same. These ADV.1 front wheels are 5mm more outboard (ET34-ET29 = 5mm)
Rear: A little more math in calculating the rear. Wheel is 1/2" wider, or add 1/4" on each side = 6.35mm; but then you have to take into account the 1mm difference in offset. ET34-ET35 = -1mm; 6.35mm-1mm = 5.35mm These ADV.1 rear wheels are 5.35mm more outboard.

So, if you want to get an idea of how these ADV.1s (WITHOUT spacers) will sit on a M5, they will be 7mm less aggressive in front, compared to the pic above (again, stock wheels with 12mm spacers), and 4.65mm less aggressive in the rear, compared to the pic above (again, stock wheels with 10mm spacers)

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      03-29-2017, 12:04 AM   #11
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OP, just keep them! They look nice on your M6. Half an inch difference in the front isn't much, especially since 9's are stock M5 fronts anyway.
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OP, just keep them! They look nice on your M6. Half an inch difference in the front isn't much, especially since 9's are stock M5 fronts anyway.
Thanks, I appreciate it. If they don't sell in a week, I'll have to pursue other recourse.
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No longer for sale, I am keeping. They are just too purty. =)
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Oh, tires will be available, possibly this week.
Toyo T1Rs 255/30/21 and 295/25/21 approx 2000 miles

$225 for front pair + shipping & 2.9% paypal
$250 for rear pair + ditto
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Hi there, is your M6 a coupe or GC? Can you please post some pictures of the side profile of the car with these rims?
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No longer for sale, thanks
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