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      10-08-2016, 12:55 PM   #1
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***Official Wheel Thread***


Let's get an official wheel thread with the following format. Let's try to keep the post complete and accurate.

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clearance - does it rub (front back)? rolled fenders?
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      10-08-2016, 01:00 PM   #2
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username - tristanpaglia
wheels - Niche Misano
size and offset - 20x9 et 35 and 20x10 et 40
spacers - none
tires (size and brand) - Bridgestone re760 sport 245/35R20, 275/30/R20
suspension - KW V3 Coilovers
clearance - Initial slight rubbing front and back.
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username - Mr_Jack
wheels - Velgen
size and offset - 19x9 et35 and 19x10.5 et45
spacers - 18mm front, 12mm rear
tires (size and brand) - 255/35/19, 295/30/19
suspension - H&R Sport/Bilstein B6 shocks
clearance - Rubs up front backing out of an incline on the inner fender a tad, rear used to rub on stock shocks




username - GRANTLDN
wheels - x5 OEM wheels
size and offset - 19x9, 19x?
spacers - 15mm spacers front and rear
tires (size and brand) - Pirelli P Zero 225/40/19, 255/35/19
suspension - BC coilovers
clearance - 2 to 3 mm clearance




username - AWF87M2
wheels - Style 351
size and offset - 18x?, 18x?
spacers - none
tires (size and brand) - 245/40/19, 275/35/19
suspension - BC coilovers
clearance - ?




username - BeemerX1
wheels - Style 405m
size and offset - 20x8 et30, 20x8 et30
spacers - none
tires (size and brand) - 225/35/20 Michelin Pilot Super Sport non runflats
suspension - Bistein B12 kit
clearance - ?




username - Booster
wheels - ?
size and offset - 18x8.5 et29, 18x9.5 et23
spacers - 12mm spacers front, none rear
tires (size and brand) - 245/40/18, 265/40/18
suspension - H&R Sports
clearance - no rubbing




username - Activ3
wheels - Rays
size and offset - 19x8.5 et24 front 19x9.5 et36 rear.
spacers - 20mm front, 12mm rear
tires (size and brand) - 225/40/19 front and 255/35/19
suspension - BC coilovers
clearance - does rub the rear sometimes.



username - Mr_Jack
wheels - Apex
size and offset - 17x? et?
spacers - none
tires (size and brand) - 275/40/17
suspension - ?
clearance - ?



username - wantm135i
wheels - Style 225m
size and offset - 19x9 et35 square
spacers - 15mm front
tires (size and brand) - 255/35/19 squared
suspension - KW Coilovers v3 with rear KMAC camber kit
clearance - "better handling its a night and day difference."



username - Mr_Jack
wheels - Apex Arc 8
size and offset - 19x8.5 ET25, 19x9.5 ET22
spacers - 5mm front
tires (size and brand) - 225/40/19 Hankook V12 EVo2, 255/35/19 Hankook V12 EVO2
suspension - H&R springs
clearance - ?


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      10-09-2016, 11:52 PM   #3
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The white one on Velgens is mine.

username - ray340i's friend
wheels - Velgen
size and offset - 19x9 et17 and 19x10.5 et33
spacers - 18mm up front 12mm out back making it those specs
tires (size and brand) - 255/35/19 295/30/19
suspension - H&R Sports/Bilstien B6 shocks
clearance - Rubs up front backing out of an incline on the inner fender a tad, rear used to rub on stock shocks
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      10-10-2016, 09:08 PM   #4
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Good job man! This will be very useful for people wanting wheel upgrades.

My rims are Niche Misano btw.
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      10-10-2016, 11:29 PM   #5
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The white one on Velgens is mine.

username - ray340i's friend
wheels - Velgen
size and offset - 19x9 et17 and 19x10.5 et33
spacers - 18mm up front 12mm out back making it those specs
tires (size and brand) - 255/35/19 295/30/19
suspension - H&R Sports/Bilstien B6 shocks
clearance - Rubs up front backing out of an incline on the inner fender a tad, rear used to rub on stock shocks
What about the specs of your car when you had the Arc 8s?
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      10-11-2016, 01:24 AM   #6
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What about the specs of your car when you had the Arc 8s?
19x8.5 ET20(had 5mm spacer up front) 225/40/19 Hankook V12 EVo2
19x9.5 ET22 255/35/19 Hankook V12 EVO2

I also used to have M4 wheels
19x9 ET29 and used 12mm spacer 255/35/19
19x10 ET40 and used 10mm spacer 295/30/19

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      10-11-2016, 10:58 AM   #7
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Also my tires are 245/35R20, 275/30/R20. Told you the wrong specs
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Mr_Jack... You have a serious wheel problem. BTW, did you like the Velgens or the Apex Arc 8s better? I believe Apex wheels are flow formed, TUV and JWL certified. The Velgens VM804s you posted are also flow formed, but not sure if they are certified.

You guys think the x1 can pull off 17s with 225/45 and 255/40 tires (.9" smaller than stock). I feel so attached to these wheels since I had them shipped from Germany and refinished in Cali. It's not like the X1 is a big car, right?



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      10-14-2016, 05:45 PM   #9
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19x8.5 ET20(had 5mm spacer up front) 225/40/19 Hankook V12 EVo2
19x9.5 ET22 255/35/19 Hankook V12 EVO2

I also used to have M4 wheels
19x9 ET29 and used 12mm spacer 255/35/19
19x10 ET40 and used 10mm spacer 295/30/19

totally sweet. Actually might test fit my OEM wheels from my 1M for fun..
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      10-16-2016, 08:38 PM   #10
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OZ Ultraleggeras from our M3, 18x8/18x9, ET40. 12/15mm spacers with 225/255 tires. H&Rs w/B6s.
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      10-28-2016, 05:34 PM   #11
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winter mode! 18x8 manufacturer offset (specific to a 3 series) iForged Performance Daytona 2 piece wheels and Nokian Hakkapellitta 225/45/18



summer wheels to come once I do my B6/H&R setup.

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      11-14-2016, 12:38 AM   #12
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well, no better time than now for summer wheels I guess lol

19x8.5/10 35/30 offset Work Euroline XR
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      11-20-2016, 06:03 PM   #13
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@Mr_Jack, those tires look awesome, LOVE IT! That's exactly the look I've been trying for, smallish rims (17") with huge meaty tires. Is that size right, are those really 275 width R17 tires on there, and they fit okay with no spacers?

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      01-31-2017, 12:36 PM   #14
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Looking to put some 19's on the wifes X1. Whats the widest I can run fun and rear? I see Mr Jack has 295's but it sounds like its a pretty tight squeeze. Would a 275 rear 255 front be better?
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      01-31-2017, 01:59 PM   #15
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I'll contribute. Winter set.

username - Gamb1t
wheels - BMW 5-series E60 Style 138
size and offset - 17x7 ET20. Abit aggressive offset for a flushed look.
spacers - None
tires (size and brand) - Triangle Snow Lion TR777 225/50/17
suspension -Stock
clearance - No rub anywhere.





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- Username - tony3series
- Wheels - BMW style 355
- Size and offset -
Front: 8"x18" ET30
Rear: 9x18" ET 41
- Spacers - None but thinking about getting 15-20mm rear & 12.5-15 front
- Tires Size -
Front: 225/45/18
Rear: 255/40/18
Brand: Sumitomo HTR A/S P02

- Suspension - Stock Msport.
- Clearance, does it rub? - Well it's stock Msport so no rub yet HaHa

I ordered B12 kit with Eibachs & Bilsteins. Should give a 30mm drop. Will post pics after installed. Also.. thinking about getting some VMR V710's 18x8.5 ET 20 front and 18x9.5 ET 22 rear.
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Just picked these up, got a deal I couldn't pass! style 166 off an E60 M5
19x8.5 et12, 19x9.5 et28

The front offsets are obviously pretty low but I think (hope) they'll fit without any real issues.

I'll be test fitting them in the week or two before I order tires. Will do an "official" post once I get them on and drive them!
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Just picked these up, got a deal I couldn't pass! style 166 off an E60 M5
19x8.5 et12, 19x9.5 et28

The front offsets are obviously pretty low but I think (hope) they'll fit without any real issues.

I'll be test fitting them in the week or two before I order tires. Will do an "official" post once I get them on and drive them!
The front offset is way too low. They will stick out pass the fenders for sure.
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The front offset is way too low. They will stick out pass the fenders for sure.
Yeah, I was a little concerned; but based on others' setups, I saw these and figured I'd give it a try. I've always admired 166's. if I don't like the fitment I will just sell them and hopefully make a little $.

it's stock M sport suspension so I'm not worried about rubbing. The front offsets are only a few mm (literally around 0.04 of an inch) lower than some of the other set ups on here, but a narrower rim. So I'll see how the test fit goes.

But even if I hate it, no harm no foul. I still have the oem 225's.
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Yeah, I was a little concerned; but based on others' setups, I saw these and figured I'd give it a try. I've always admired 166's. if I don't like the fitment I will just sell them and hopefully make a little $.

it's stock M sport suspension so I'm not worried about rubbing. The front offsets are only a few mm (literally around 0.04 of an inch) lower than some of the other set ups on here, but a narrower rim. So I'll see how the test fit goes.

But even if I hate it, no harm no foul. I still have the oem 225's.
It's going to be quite cheeky.
Here's 18x8 et13 with just a slight poke on the front.
Your going to be 7mm farther out, so basically the entire lip will be outside your fender, but that's about it.
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Just picked these up, got a deal I couldn't pass! style 166 off an E60 M5
19x8.5 et12, 19x9.5 et28

The front offsets are obviously pretty low but I think (hope) they'll fit without any real issues.
The poke will be more pronounce once you wrap corresponding width tires. At that width you're looking at around 245 for fronts and 265-275 for rears.
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