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      02-26-2017, 08:46 PM   #1
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20" wheel setup help

Found a set of wheels for a good price and wanted to see what I would need to make them work on my e92 M3. My car is currently dropped on ebiach springs.

Following specs:
20x9.0 ET 25 and 20x10 ET 40

My car as it sits currently
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      02-27-2017, 02:34 AM   #2
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Found a set of wheels for a good price and wanted to see what I would need to make them work on my e92 M3. My car is currently dropped on ebiach springs.

Following specs:
20x9.0 ET 25 and 20x10 ET 40

My car as it sits currently
Will work fine. A little inset for the fronts, and definitely quite inset on the rears.

Your OEM Wheels are like 8.5/9.5 +25 or something along those lines.

Fornts will stick out a few mm more than your OEM 19s, and Rears will actually be more sunken than your OEM 19s.
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      02-27-2017, 06:51 PM   #3
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What size spacers would i need to make these fit perfectly?
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Don't run spacers if you don't have too, depending on the wheel of course and be sure you got that wheel hub centered meaning the wheel you got is hub centric , I run 20" wheels on my M3 and ran into all kinds of issues and it came down to just buying 4 hub centric rings that cured the problem . I had a vibration issue and Im surprised that after 4 shops no one could figure out the vibration issue , i went as far as replacing New tires they said was not good which I found out now it was actually good just needed the Hub Centric rings
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