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      02-05-2014, 04:26 PM   #1
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19" ZCP 359M Wheels to fit on F8X M3/M4?

The current E92 M3 Coupe has the 19" ZCP 359M Wheels with tire fitment of 245/35/19 Front and 265/35/19 Rear. The upcoming F8X M3/M4 will have the 347M Wheels with 255/40/19 Front and 275/40/19 Rear. Do any of you wheel/tire experts believe the current ZCP wheels will fit the new M3/M4 and I can slap on 255/40/19 Front and 275/40/19 Rear?
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Going to be hard to tell until we find out the offsets on the new cars.
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Let us know if you do find out the specs beforehand
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I know that f30 use different hubcentric spacers but not sure if it's hub size or bc of lug threading.
Obv if it's the hub and it's smaller it's fine.
Offset we won't really know until it comes out and people test fit or get the offsets of OEM wheels
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From my understanding the F30 M3/4 wheels will have the same width as the ZCP wheels at 9" and 10". The F30 already has a different hub center than the E90 with the non M cars, so for now I doubt they fit.

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From my understanding the F30 M3/4 wheels will have the same width as the ZCP wheels at 9" and 10". The F30 already has a different hub center than the E90 with the non M cars, so for now I doubt they fit.

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Different hub center as in bigger or smaller?
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I'm sorry but who cares? This is a complete waste of time considering nobody knows the offsets and hub sizes of the new M3 wheels.
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Interesting that they moved to taller sidewalls on the new car.
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