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Old 20th September 2012, 04:26   #1
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wheel fitment?

do wheels off a regular 5 series fit on the M5?

Also same question for M3 wheels fitting M5 and what is the smallest diameter our brakes can manage?

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5 series fit the M5. Both 5x120. You will need spacers to correct the stance though. Different offsets.

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5 series fit the M5. Both 5x120. You will need spacers to correct the stance though. Different offsets.

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Would you know how many mm spacers for front and rear?
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