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I am planning on getting some spacers for my M6.

I love my stock rims, but just wanting a more aggressive look.

I've done my research, and most people recommend 10mm front, and 12mm rear.

But from the photos I've seen, I think I can have more both front and back for even more aggressive look.


At the same time, I will have eibach lowering springs installed as well.


I am thinking maybe 15mm front, and 20mm rear.

Front guard is plastic, so cannot be rolled, but will probably have to roll the rear.

What are your opinion on 15mm front / 20mm rear?
 

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I've got 15mm's on the back right now, and I had 10mm's on the fronts. The front 10's to me were perfect, but they were even with the rear wheels with the 15's on....which looked weird. Looks better staggered to me so I took off the front 10's. I think maybe 18's or 20's on the back with 10's on the front would be just about right
 

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I've got 15mm's on the back right now, and I had 10mm's on the fronts. The front 10's to me were perfect, but they were even with the rear wheels with the 15's on....which looked weird. Looks better staggered to me so I took off the front 10's. I think maybe 18's or 20's on the back with 10's on the front would be just about right
Is your car lowered?

Do you have any rubbing issues with 15mm in the rear?

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Is your car lowered?

Do you have any rubbing issues with 15mm in the rear?

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No not lowered, stock ride height. No rubbing.
 

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Cant lower it if your going to go that wide, just my 2 cents
 
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