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Old 28th February 2012, 00:32   #1
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Wheel Fitment Concern - ADV.1 Wheels

Hey there,

I did a search and found many threads but after reading a handful was a little overwhelmed.
Im going for a set of ADV.1 ADV05 Deep Concave wheels for my '06 M6.
I have H&R Springs for a 1" drop on stock suspension/wheels.

My thoughts are:

ADV.1 ADV05 Deep Concave Wheels (Brushed silver with chrome lip -zero lip/max concave look):
20x11" - Rear. I'm going with a 305/25-20". Reading the threads I concluded this was not a problem.
20x9.5" - Front. I want to go as big as possible without having rubbing issues. I dread rubbing issues lol.

Could I run a 285/30-20 up front without rubbing issues?
I'm not rolling fenders or messing with the car itself. Just looking for perfect/flush fitment.

Thanks for your help.
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Old 28th February 2012, 08:58   #2
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I am no expert on wheels, but I would not put a 285 up front. I think you should be able to do it if you can manage the offset.

I would rather prefer an 8.5 wheel at the front so that I get a more aggressive stagger.

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Hey there,

I did a search and found many threads but after reading a handful was a little overwhelmed.
Im going for a set of ADV.1 ADV05 Deep Concave wheels for my '06 M6.
I have H&R Springs for a 1" drop on stock suspension/wheels.

My thoughts are:

ADV.1 ADV05 Deep Concave Wheels (Brushed silver with chrome lip -zero lip/max concave look):
20x11" - Rear. I'm going with a 305/25-20". Reading the threads I concluded this was not a problem.
20x9.5" - Front. I want to go as big as possible without having rubbing issues. I dread rubbing issues lol.

Could I run a 285/30-20 up front without rubbing issues?
I'm not rolling fenders or messing with the car itself. Just looking for perfect/flush fitment.

Thanks for your help.
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I would rather prefer an 8.5 wheel at the front so that I get a more aggressive stagger.
+1..... Here is mine with a 8.5" front and 11" rear

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