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      03-11-2019, 03:27 PM   #243
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Having an issue with my fronts rubbing on my Coilovers (KW V3)
Wheels are 20x10 +16 w/ 265/30/20 PS4S

The inner barrel was rubbing on the spanner nut, and tire rubbing the spring. Threw 5mm spacers on and it is still rubbing I haven't got an alignment done yet (but my previous wheels were pretty close to the same spec (only in 19s) and I had no issues.

Any ideas? Wheel co. doesn't think they should be rubbing either. Is my tire too wide?


Wow...PS4 must running super wide... i had 20x10 et20 265/30 PSS with no issue...
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      03-31-2019, 07:40 PM   #244
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Just bought my 2017 F80 M3 about a month and joined this forum. I went from Nissan GTR (DBA) to BMW M3 and I am not disappointed. The M3 is fun! Even though I miss the GTR, may get one as a collection someday. However, I am looking to sell my current wheels with tires both are like new:

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      05-03-2019, 01:15 AM   #245
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Anyone running 265/35/20 on the fronts with stock suspension?

Iím currently running 265/30/20 fronts and 295/30/20 rears. Just looking to fill the wheel gap a little and gain extra side wall. Thanks
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      05-03-2019, 04:09 AM   #246
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Anyone running 265/35/20 on the fronts with stock suspension?

Iím currently running 265/30/20 fronts and 295/30/20 rears. Just looking to fill the wheel gap a little and gain extra side wall. Thanks
I wouldn't recommend that tire size at all as it would be significantly taller than your rear tire.

I'm running a 295/30/20 in the rear with a 245/35/20 in the front on a 9.5 inch rim and it's perfect.

I've also run a 255/35 on a 20x9 and that looked beefy but I switched rims shortly after as I couldn't run anything bigger than a 285/30 in the rear.

If I were you, depending on how wide your rim is and the look you're going after, i'd stick with a 245/35 or 255/35 max
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      05-03-2019, 07:59 AM   #247
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Anyone running 265/35/20 on the fronts with stock suspension?

Iím currently running 265/30/20 fronts and 295/30/20 rears. Just looking to fill the wheel gap a little and gain extra side wall. Thanks
Good luck... here a 255/35 on HAS

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      06-02-2019, 12:36 AM   #248
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Those look great sent PM for details.
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Thanks so much!
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      07-28-2019, 07:57 AM   #250
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Anyone running 265/35/20 on the fronts with stock suspension?

Iím currently running 265/30/20 fronts and 295/30/20 rears. Just looking to fill the wheel gap a little and gain extra side wall. Thanks
I just ordered those for my fronts. Going with 295/35 for the rear. Stock suspension.

I'm in the same situation. Want more sidewall and bonus of closing up some gap.

Will post some pics when I get them installed. Can't wait!!
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20 ◊ 9.0J + 17 for the front and 20 ◊ 10.5J + 25 rear can fit on m4 f82? and what perfect tire size?

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      09-03-2019, 04:08 AM   #252
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Does anyone know if the following will fit a 2018 UK Spec M3 (Not ZCP).

2pc split wheels. 10" front and 11" rear, they currently have 235/35/19 and 265/30/19 respectively.

The offset's are between +30 and +35 from what I've been told.

I want to change the tyres to 255/35/19 and 275/35/19 which I have on my factory fit 437M.

Will these new wheels fit straight on along with my tyres?
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      09-09-2019, 03:25 PM   #253
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Looking at a set of wheels to put in my M4 Comp lowered on MP HAS. Will use the factory tires.
20x9 20mm offset
20x10.5 45mm offset (25 is available).
What size spacer should I use for the rear in the 45mm offset?

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      09-12-2019, 11:50 PM   #254
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Work gnosis hs201's

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Anyone knows what is the internal diameter of 437m?

I want to buy a brake kit ap racing radical with disc 400mm and i dont know if i will need spacers.

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Hi guys, searching on the forum to find if these setup will work in the rear for an F82.


10.5 ET30

Will these fit? Don't want the most aggressive look, more like flush with the arches.
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I bought a set of wheels for my M3. They are 20x10 et25 and 20x11 et33. Tires are Michelin Pilot Sport 4S 275/30/20 and 295/30/20. The fronts are fine but the rear rubs (only on dips). What can I do to fix this? Roll the finders, add camber? Will I need any added parts to adjust the rear camber?
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      01-19-2020, 08:10 PM   #258
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Hi guys, searching on the forum to find if these setup will work in the rear for an F82.


10.5 ET30

Will these fit? Don't want the most aggressive look, more like flush with the arches.
It can be done. My TE37 sagas had that rear offset. I was lowered pretty low too and never had any rubbing. But the widest tire I could go without rubbing when lowered was 285. In my opinion, it looks good, but it's like 5mm too aggressive. However I believe the M4 can handle a few more mm offset than the M3 due to the rear arch design.
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Any thoughts on how 18x9.5 +20 275/40 would fit all the way around on stock suspension 2016 M3?
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So I have 2018 F80. I am lowered on M perf HAS. My specs are:

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19x9.5 et20 fronts with 265/35/19 MP4S
19x11 et38 rear with 295/30/19 MP4S

I am definitely getting rubbing on inner fender lining, more on the right side. I have adjusted ride height a few times trying to see if that will help and so far no luck. What's a little odd is I see where it has rubbed when the wheel is turned to the left but I actually hear more rubbing on the right when I am turning to the right.

Any one have any thoughts or suggestions?
After talking with the bmw tech, he thinks only solution is to switch to a 255/35 tire up front. HRE recommends 265/35 front on stock ride height and 255/35 on lowered but I honestly don't see how raising the car anymore is going to make any difference.
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      02-01-2020, 04:49 PM   #261
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Any concerns with 18x10 et33 with 275/35 as a square setup? Am thinking I may need to run spacers up front but rears should be pretty flush.
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      02-08-2020, 09:30 AM   #262
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TA16 Forged 19"

Wheel Specs:
F: 19x9.5" ET22. Only slightly wider than stock but more aggressive offset. We don't expect any rubbing with this unless a super-wide tire is used.
R: 19x10.5" ET37. Slightly wider than stock with a slightly more aggressive offset. Easy fitment with no rubbing likely.
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      02-10-2020, 11:28 PM   #263
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So I have 2018 F80. I am lowered on M perf HAS. My specs are:

HRE R101
19x9.5 et20 fronts with 265/35/19 MP4S
19x11 et38 rear with 295/30/19 MP4S

I am definitely getting rubbing on inner fender lining, more on the right side. I have adjusted ride height a few times trying to see if that will help and so far no luck. What's a little odd is I see where it has rubbed when the wheel is turned to the left but I actually hear more rubbing on the right when I am turning to the right.

Any one have any thoughts or suggestions?
After talking with the bmw tech, he thinks only solution is to switch to a 255/35 tire up front. HRE recommends 265/35 front on stock ride height and 255/35 on lowered but I honestly don't see how raising the car anymore is going to make any difference.


heatgun and bent it a lil in to bumper direction- btw u have any pics how the car sits on the rear?
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