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      11-15-2012, 08:12 AM   #1
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BBS CH-R question.

I am looking for a set of BBS CH-R in Titanium finish since I had a little accident the other night due to a blow out. So I need a new wheel.... might as well buy a set. I see on TireRack e92m has 19x9 front and 19x10.5 rear. But the basic e92 has a 19x9.5 option. Is the 19x9.5 more concave than the 19x9? Cause I'd prefer more concave but also wider fronts. If anyone knows this answer and has pictures. Please let me know!
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      11-15-2012, 02:34 PM   #2
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I am looking for a set of BBS CH-R in Titanium finish since I had a little accident the other night due to a blow out. So I need a new wheel.... might as well buy a set. I see on TireRack e92m has 19x9 front and 19x10.5 rear. But the basic e92 has a 19x9.5 option. Is the 19x9.5 more concave than the 19x9? Cause I'd prefer more concave but also wider fronts. If anyone knows this answer and has pictures. Please let me know!
Since the 9.5 has a weaker offset, I would think that the concavity will be similar.

edit: From looking at pictures on Google, it seems like the 9.5 actually has LESS concavity which makes sense assuming the same backpad thickness.
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The 9.5 and 9in front both have the same face design. I have included a chart below that shows all the face designs for BMW fitments. The 9.5 should us a 10mm spacer kit for the best fitment.

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