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      02-09-2013, 10:07 PM   #67
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Thoughts on 265 fronts and 295 rears with the OEM 343 set up? Too aggressive?
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      02-10-2013, 03:48 AM   #68
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what are the stock tire sizes on an m5?
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      02-10-2013, 10:25 AM   #69
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what are the stock tire sizes on an m5?
265/35/20 + 295/30/20.
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      02-10-2013, 11:14 PM   #70
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Sorry I am quite busy today and try to take few picture for you. Picture might not so nice due to I've taken from mobile phone.
you own a F11 5 series in Thailand? you must be super rich. lol....

anyway back on topic, i think the 20" OEM M5 wheels will be a great choice. they are somewhat light for 20s. around 25lbs.
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      02-18-2013, 09:37 PM   #71
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Just mounted OEM 343M M5 wheels on my 535i with Hankook 245/35/20 and 275/30/20 tires and it looks good. Nice and flush but I need a drop in a big hurry! ACS springs should arrive this week so I'll post pics once the springs are installed.
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      02-19-2013, 01:32 AM   #72
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How off would M6 wheels be? Anyway to make them work?
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      02-19-2013, 12:35 PM   #73
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How off would M6 wheels be? Anyway to make them work?
The M6 20" 343M are 20x9.5 ET31 and 20x10.5 ET19.

So the front will stick out 9mm more and the rear 21mm more than the M5 343M.
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      02-19-2013, 12:39 PM   #74
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The M6 20" 343M are 20x9.5 ET31 and 20x10.5 ET19.

So the front will stick out 9mm more and the rear 21mm more than the M5 343M.
So no way they work?
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So no way they work?
Well, some might be able to "make it" fit, but normally I'd say the rear sticks out too much.
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Thoughts on 265 fronts and 295 rears with the OEM 343 set up? Too aggressive?
Anyone tried this? This would be a lower cost route to find a set of M5 takeoffs and keep the factory tires...
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Guys i just installed M5 18 inc wheels in my Bmw 520d with dunlop 245/45/18 dz 101 tyres..iam totally loving the handling and ride quality...the day i put them i went to test them...touched 190kmh with amzing grip and handling....loving my car more now....guys thinking of installing race chip to increase power...any advice...thanx
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Here is my car with OEM M5 343's. Fronts are 255/35/20 and rears are 285/30/20 PSS. The buyer whom I bought it from threw in HR 3mm spacers for the front. It sits flushed on the rear, and I think 5mm would make the front even more flushed.
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      04-08-2013, 05:04 AM   #79
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Anyone tried this? This would be a lower cost route to find a set of M5 takeoffs and keep the factory tires...
At least it seems like the 19" 345M fits with OEM tires, but it has 2mm more sggressive offset compared to the 20" 343M.
See post #6
http://f10.5post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=818701
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hey guys I know this is old, but is this a good fitment 245f/275r when I do the tire calculator the closest spec to my 19" wheels are those numbers .. or is better to be a little bit more aggresive 255/285

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      08-31-2013, 02:17 PM   #81
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Anyone tried this? This would be a lower cost route to find a set of M5 takeoffs and keep the factory tires...
Has anyone been able to find out if the OEM rims AND tires can fit on the non-m5 F10 5 series. Based on the above forum posts I feel confident that the OEM M5 rims will fit with narrower tires. I've seen people verify that 285 rears and 255 fronts would work. However the OEM tires are 295 rear and 265 front. So far i have not found a single post that affirmitevly states the OEM M5 tires will NOT work, nor have i found a post that says they WILL work. Can anyone chime in with first hand knowledge or with substantial certainty that the 295 and 265 OEM M5 will or will not work with a non-m5 f10 5 series. (especially my 2014 535i xdrive)

OEM M5
Front 9Jx20 ET34 with 265/35/20 tires
Rear 10Jx20 ET34 with 295/30/20 tires


Just a heads up, i just called BMW of Morristown and brand new m5 343M 20" rims cost $3,968.78. This includings free shipping and there is no tax if shipped out of state. Note that these do not include sensors which cost $325 at getbmwparts.com also with free shipping.

The OEM tires (Mich PSS Max per summer) seem to go for $1,554.00 + $53.65 shipping. Pretty sure that quote was from tirerack.com.

So that means that these wheels brand new would cost
$5,901.43
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      08-31-2013, 07:59 PM   #82
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I have the OEM M5 wheels and tires installed on my 2013 550i. Needed a 3mm spacer in the front to provide a little more clearance with the front brakes. My car is an Msport and not lowered. I rub occasionally when I hit a slight dip on the freeway. Thinking of selling the setup as I'm considering a different wheel.
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I have the OEM M5 wheels and tires installed on my 2013 550i. Needed a 3mm spacer in the front to provide a little more clearance with the front brakes. My car is an Msport and not lowered. I rub occasionally when I hit a slight dip on the freeway. Thinking of selling the setup as I'm considering a different wheel.
Top_agent, I'm interested in purchasing your OEM M5 rims. Feel free to email me to negotiate. josephgjones(AT)gmail
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Top agent was thinking about installing M5 wheels/tires on my 550I, was wondering how bad the rubbing is when you hit dips? Does it bottom out or where do you think it is rubbing. has it caused any damage to your car?

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      10-16-2013, 01:05 PM   #85
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What would be the right offset for this wheel..

Front 20x9
Rear 20x10

Right means flush n not rubbing...

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      10-27-2013, 08:54 PM   #86
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Finally putting it to rest

Hi Everyone,

Thanks to forum member utmiken for his M5 rims, we should be able to answer the question of whether 20" M5 rims and stock Michelin PSS 265/35 and 295/30 will be plug-and-play on a 528.

PICS CAN BE SEEN HERE

My car's info:
  • 2012 528i Non-Msport
  • Stock with no modifications
M5 wheels:
  • 2012 M5 20"
  • Michelin PSS 265/35 front and 295/30 rear
Verdict (FRONT):
  • Works!
  • No rubbing
  • No spacers needed
  • Tire is flush with fenders
Verdict (REAR):
  • Works and looks very aggressive!
  • Some rubbing under full load and medium to large bumps
  • Nearly flush (a few millimeters of protrusion)
  • Recommend 275 or 285 after 295 is worn
Additional insights (compared to 18" stock sport package rims/tires):
  • Ride quality: Same or better
  • Cabin noise: Same (cabin is still very quiet)
  • Steering: Seems more responsive with forged wheels
  • This somehow CURED my pulling to the right issue!!!
  • Brakes: Squeel on first few minutes of driving but goes away (didn't have this problem before but it's not a big deal)
  • Looks phenomenal, highly recommend the switch, changes the stance and personality of the car
Hope this helps future M5 wannabes
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Tried to fit the M5 20" 343Ms to my '14 550xi today ... disappointed to say that you definitely need spacers on the fronts to clear the calipers. Ordered them today ... we'll see how it goes once I get these from Burger Tuning.

Smallest Hub-Centric spacers I could find were 10mm ... so we'll see.

Hopefully no rubbing with the Adaptive Suspension
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      10-28-2013, 09:20 PM   #88
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utmiken found Macht-Schnell 3mm spacers at Eruopean Auto Source. They also have other spacers. Supposedly the Macht-Schnell are very high quality.

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Tried to fit the M5 20" 343Ms to my '14 550xi today ... disappointed to say that you definitely need spacers on the fronts to clear the calipers. Ordered them today ... we'll see how it goes once I get these from Burger Tuning.

Smallest Hub-Centric spacers I could find were 10mm ... so we'll see.

Hopefully no rubbing with the Adaptive Suspension
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