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Old 4th November 2011, 00:47   #21
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i'm assuming you're running stock wheel/tire setup. your beast is mean. thanks for the images.
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Dk, what is your winter setup (tires mainly). I'm going to run 166s with Pirelli Sotto 240s. I have one set of 15s and was entertaining using them with another set of 15s or even 12/12.5s, whichever would fit. oh and I'm lowered on eibachs.
I'm not running winter tires this season. I'm using my summer tires with the 166's. I don't drive the M5 often. It's like backup wheels so I don't damage my 20's over the winter. I put them on today so I can dismount the tires off my 20's so I can put them on my new set of wheels. I'm rubbing in the rear on dips.
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Old 4th November 2011, 04:19   #23
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The little notches for a use of a screwdriver for removal - I thought that was a thoughtful feature as well. The little things count.

Oh, and you're right about the lugs - they come with black ones that are dead ringers for the stock variety. Another nice touch.
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Looks great!!! BTW are those the murdered BMW roundels from Mfest?
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i'm assuming you're running stock wheel/tire setup. your beast is mean. thanks for the images.
You are correct! and thank you for the nice comment.
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Thanks. I think I'll just throw the wheels on and go from there. If I think spacers will give it a better stance and can clear, I'll let everyone know for their reference. To the OP, your M has a perfect flush look! Surprised there is no rubbing.
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Thanks. I think I'll just throw the wheels on and go from there. If I think spacers will give it a better stance and can clear, I'll let everyone know for their reference. To the OP, your M has a perfect flush look! Surprised there is no rubbing.
I'm also surprised I haven't had any issues. I will update if I do though. I will get a full car (5ppl) later this week and see if that causes any issues and report back.
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Hope it works out cause I like it.
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any update on the rubbing issues?

seriously considering 20mm all around.. the stance is too sick!
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What suspension set up are you using... How much of a drop ect...?? What tire size also 285 rear and 255 up front? Any rubbing with 4-5 passangers yet? Thank you.
BTW sick stance!
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Running 12mm all around now, but 20mm looks so sick!!! Very interested to see if this set up works with people in the car.
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Any word on this?
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