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      05-02-2012, 08:48 AM   #1
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Will this fit

What are your thoughts:

2011 E92 M3 w/ ZCP
VMR V710 19x10F & 19x11 Rear
Yoko AD08 265/30/19F & 295/30/19R

I know the wheels will fit as is, but I have left over 15MM & 12MM spacers that I am curious if I can use.

Any thoughts?
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      05-02-2012, 09:00 AM   #2
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offset??
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I think the wheels and tire will be fine by themselves, throwing a 265 tire and a 12/15mm spacer I think would be overkill but like the guy said above me! You need to let us know the offset
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      05-02-2012, 09:43 AM   #4
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Unfortunatly I don't know the offset, it is just VMR's standard fitment for E92 M3's.

Based on their site this is what I am getting

Front: 19X10; offset 25 or 38
Rear: 19x11; offset 25
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No spacers and you should be fine...............Phil
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What are your thoughts:

2011 E92 M3 w/ ZCP
VMR V710 19x10F & 19x11 Rear
Yoko AD08 265/30/19F & 295/30/19R

I know the wheels will fit as is, but I have left over 15MM & 12MM spacers that I am curious if I can use.

Any thoughts?
VMR in those sizes are going to be quite heavy, as will your tires. Too bad, since VMR really makes some beautiful looking wheels, but they need to do something about their weights.
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