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      01-30-2012, 01:41 PM   #265
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Question to EAS. 08 e90 m3 with stock suspension and stock 19s. Will the 15mm front and 12mm rear be perfectly flush to the fenders or will any of the wheels protrude past the fender?
15/12mm setup will be perfectly flush with the fenders, assuming stock tires are still installed.
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Question to EAS. 08 e90 m3 with stock suspension and stock 19s. Will the 15mm front and 12mm rear be perfectly flush to the fenders or will any of the wheels protrude past the fender?
15/12mm setup will be perfectly flush with the fenders, assuming stock tires are still installed.
Thank you for the response.
Can you please quote me a set of MS spacers 15 mm and 12 mm shipped to 78737?
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      01-31-2012, 12:32 AM   #267
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Thank you for the response.
Can you please quote me a set of MS spacers 15 mm and 12 mm shipped to 78737?
You have PM.
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anyone running 15/10mm f/r spacers on the competition package (359M) wheels with up-sized tires:

255 fronts & 275 rears

any rubbing? if so, what brand tires did you have? getting mixed replies here.
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anyone running 15/10mm f/r spacers on the competition package (359M) wheels with up-sized tires:

255 fronts & 275 rears

any rubbing? if so, what brand tires did you have? getting mixed replies here.
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Year/model BMW:
2011 BMW E90 M3

Wheels/offset:
Front: 19x9.0 OEM 359 ZCP, ET31
Rear: 19x10.0 OEM 359 ZCP, ET25

Tire size:
Front: Continental Extreme Contact DW (OEM) 245/35Z/19
Rear: Continental Extreme Contact DW (OEM) 275/35Z/19

Suspension:
OEM ZCP

Spacer size:
Front: MS 15 mm front
Rear: MS 12 mm rear











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      02-09-2012, 09:40 PM   #271
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anyone running 15/10mm f/r spacers on the competition package (359M) wheels with up-sized tires:
255 fronts & 275 rears

any rubbing? if so, what brand tires did you have? getting mixed replies here.
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+1 I too would like to get a more definitve answer..I am currently running 15/10 f/r on ZCPs but using 245 f 265 r..I want to plus size but keep the spacers. Here is a pic

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      02-10-2012, 02:03 AM   #272
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Year/model BMW:
2011 BMW E90 M3

Wheels/offset:
Front: 19x9.0 OEM 359 ZCP, ET31
Rear: 19x10.0 OEM 359 ZCP, ET25

Tire size:
Front: Continental Extreme Contact DW (OEM) 245/35Z/19
Rear: Continental Extreme Contact DW (OEM) 275/35Z/19

Suspension:
OEM ZCP

Spacer size:
Front: MS 15 mm front
Rear: MS 12 mm rear











any rubbing issues with this set up?
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+1 I too would like to get a more definitve answer..I am currently running 15/10 f/r on ZCPs but using 245 f 265 r..I want to plus size but keep the spacers. Here is a pic

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You should be able to up the size of the rears by one size fine, but the fronts it really depends what size tire you want to go with and what brand.

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any rubbing issues with this set up?
That car didn't have any problems rubbing!
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      02-10-2012, 06:47 PM   #274
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You should be able to up the size of the rears by one size fine, but the fronts it really depends what size tire you want to go with and what brand.
255 35 19..Front..Pilot Super Sports...WDYT?
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      02-10-2012, 07:20 PM   #275
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255 35 19..Front..Pilot Super Sports...WDYT?
It should be okay, but we would recommend for you to measure your current tires now and see how much clearance you still have with the spacers installed already.
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      02-20-2012, 04:01 PM   #276
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Year/model BMW:
2011 BMW E92 M3 ZCP

Wheels/offset:
Front: 19x9.0 OEM 359, ET31
Rear: 19x10.0 OEM 359, ET25

Tire size:
Front: OEM Pirelli P-Zero 245/35/19
Rear: OEM Pirelli P-Zero 265/35/19

Suspension:
B&G Springs

Spacer size:
Front: MS 15 mm front
Rear: MS 12 mm rear







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      02-24-2012, 08:16 AM   #277
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Surely this will rub.
So I tried, and theres no rubbing at all.
I will upload a photo this evening in the rub/no rub thread with all specs.
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      02-24-2012, 09:08 AM   #278
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So I tried, and theres no rubbing at all.
I will upload a photo this evening in the rub/no rub thread with all specs.
Now that's impressive. I will need to see this. I've got 275s on a +25 offset rear right now. Maybe I'll slap the 12.5mm spacer on and see what happens.
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Now that's impressive. I will need to see this. I've got 275s on a +25 offset rear right now. Maybe I'll slap the 12.5mm spacer on and see what happens.
I'm running +25 offset wheels (square set-up) with 275's on the rear, 10mm spacer and B&G springs. Without anybody in the car, there is no rubbing. Add one person and the rubbing begins.
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Year/model BMW:
2011 BMW E90 M3

Wheels/offset:
Front: 19x9.0 OEM 359 ZCP, ET31
Rear: 19x10.0 OEM 359 ZCP, ET25

Tire size:
Front: Continental Extreme Contact DW (OEM) 245/35Z/19
Rear: Continental Extreme Contact DW (OEM) 275/35Z/19

Suspension:
OEM ZCP

Spacer size:
Front: MS 15 mm front
Rear: MS 12 mm rear
Couldn't help but notice the license plate: do you have a shop in FL?
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Couldn't help but notice the license plate: do you have a shop in FL?
No only in Anaheim, CA. I'm not sure why that car had a Florida plate
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need 12/15 setup but do i get 12mm or 14mm lugs?
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need 12/15 setup but do i get 12mm or 14mm lugs?
E9X M3s still use 12mm lugs.
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E9X M3s still use 12mm lugs.
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15/12mm setup will be perfectly flush with the fenders, assuming stock tires are still installed.
Hi Tom, can you PM me a quote for spacers/extended lugs please?

'09 E92 M3 with ZCP wheels, 255/35 and 285/30 Hankook Ventus V12's.

At this time, I am *not* planning on putting springs or sleeve overs or coil overs on the car... I am hoping that I can live with it not lowered, and get by with just widening the stance a bit... I was surprised how inset the ZCP wheels look once mounted... the reasons having somewhat to do with the TUV standards and snow chain requirements?

From reading the thread, I am looking at 15mm in the front, and either 10mm or 12mm in the rear (keeping in mind I have 285 tires, *but*, the car is not lowered either.

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Question to EAS. How much for the 18 and 15 kits shipped to the UK? Do you supply the jack adaptor as well? Thanks. Mark.
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