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      06-25-2019, 12:54 AM   #1
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20" Wheel Fitment Question... Agressive...

So I came across a nice set of 20" wheels for BMW fitment.

The specs are a bit aggressive though and wondering if it would fit the E92 M3.

I'm currently lowered on Eibachs. The fitment of the wheels is as follows.

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20x9
Et 9

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- 255/35Z R20 Front
- 285/30Z R20 Rear

Any idea what this kind of fitment looks like or will it rub on the E92?
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I’m guessing the fronts will be a bit over flush as it will be like stock 220m with a 19m spacer... rears will be I think way to aggressive as I am looking at a set of 20 work wheels with a 20x11 rear and a 19+ offset and according to 1010tires calculator it will stick out 23mm more than stock 220m.. I believe that’s too aggressive if lowered and maybe even at stock height.. 18+ would stick out 24mm more than stock.
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I think you want 20x11 offset +27 max.. maybe others with more knowledge than me could chime in. I know usually 19x10.5 offsets +22 is common, add the extra 5mm in rim width so one would need a extra 5mm in offset making it +27
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I have a similar set up.
20x8.5 et 32 255/30/20
20x9.5 et 28 285/30/20

Lowered on over sleeve kit. About a 1.5-2 in drop. 15mm spacers on the front. Hope that gives u an idea.
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The front offset and width is the limit of what can fit, but the tire is ludicrously tall. You'd need a 245/30/20 or a very slim running 255/30/20 (this will likely rub) and negative camber.

For the rears, the offset is too low. It simply won't work without quite a lot of stretch (275/30/20 at most), and may look quite terrible unless you slam it and go for a bit of the stretch and poke look.
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The front offset and width is the limit of what can fit, but the tire is ludicrously tall. You'd need a 245/30/20 or a very slim running 255/30/20 (this will likely rub) and negative camber.

For the rears, the offset is too low. It simply won't work without quite a lot of stretch (275/30/20 at most), and may look quite terrible unless you slam it and go for a bit of the stretch and poke look.
Agree with this. The rear will poke a decent amount and you'll need a 275 or narrower, which will look terrible. I have 285s on my 11" and wished they were 295
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I've checked the offsets again, and you guys are right I wont be able to run these wheels without massive negative camber and a rubberband stretched tire. Ah oh well. I'll pass on em.
Toronto roads are pretty terrible this year. Can't risk it!
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