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      01-10-2019, 01:36 PM   #1
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F80 to E90 rims?

Hey guys so I was wondering if anyone mounted F80 666m sport rims on a E90 M3? I know i will need spacers but i dont know what size. Any useful thought or tips thanks
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      01-10-2019, 05:38 PM   #2
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There are several threads on using 513Ms or 437Ms. Fronts are same offset, rears need 15 mm or 18 mm spacers.
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      01-10-2019, 05:41 PM   #3
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There are several threads on using 513Ms or 437Ms. Fronts are same offset, rears need 15 mm or 18 mm spacers.
Thank you i will order those probably need the 18mm the ET is 40 in the rear
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Thank you i will order those probably need the 18mm the ET is 40 in the rear
Thatís a real weak offset, you will need to run a really large spacer.

Even an 18mm will only be 3mm more aggressive than an oem zcp e92 wheel which is not aggressive at all. Most people use either a 12 or 15mm spacer with those wheels which are an et25.

I would be nervous about getting these to fit well, that offset is way off.
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Thank you i will order those probably need the 18mm the ET is 40 in the rear
That’s a real weak offset, you will need to run a really large spacer.

Even an 18mm will only be 3mm more aggressive than an oem zcp e92 wheel which is not aggressive at all. Most people use either a 12 or 15mm spacer with those wheels which are an et25.

I would be nervous about getting these to fit well, that offset is way off.
Yea, that is why i am trying to see if i can try the back rim on my e90 because i am always nervous about spacers
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Here are some links to discussions on 513Ms.

Different diameters, but similar offsets.

Roll on the 513M! https://www.m3post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1177626

Buying e90 M3 but NEED new wheels and tires! https://www.m3post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=1532542
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first photo i was running 5mm front, 12mm rear
second photo, i'm running 18mm rear, nothing in front
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