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      06-26-2019, 03:39 PM   #45
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what is the offset and size of this wheel and the size/style of stud kit, also is any spacer being used? Expert@ApexRaceParts
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what is the offset and size of this wheel and the size/style of stud kit, also is any spacer being used? Expert@ApexRaceParts
Thanks for the reply and sorry for the delay. Here are the specs for the image in question:
Front: ARC-8 18x9.5" et35 in the Satin Black finish with 255/35/18 Michelin Pilot Super Sport tires and 5mm spacers in front. I think it is our 75mm stud kit.

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Guys got any special pricing on these?
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Guys got any special pricing on these?
Thanks for the question! We don't have web specials on these at the moment, but these kits currently don't have free shipping when purchasing from our website. If you did want to pick up a kit, give me a call on my direct line at 925-264-6438 and I can get you free shipping on spacers and studkits!

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Is 75MM good for a 10mm spacer, or would the 90mm be needed?
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Is 75MM good for a 10mm spacer, or would the 90mm be needed?
A 75mm stud length should be sufficient for a 10mm spacer. Please keep in mind that we typically do not recommend 10mm spacers on BMWs because of the lack of hubcentric ring or the extended lip needed to have a hubcentric ring on a 10mm spacer which can cause wheel fitment issues.

12mm spacers are oftentimes the better solution if you have room for the additional 2mm. 75mm studs would also work with a 12mm spacer. Any spacer larger than 12mm, we generally recommend 90mm studs.

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