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Like most enthusiasts, we get quite giddy whenever a new hot model is released. That excitement, of course, is amplified when we’re actually able to get our hands on an example and become one of the first in the world to modify it. For our shop cars we don’t usually like sticking to the status quo – we want to push the boundaries of what’s expected and our modifications tend to reflect that. ANRKY Wheels has been disrupting the wheel industry for half a year now so we knew from the get go that we’d be turning to them. After some R&D with the lowering springs and some overall diameter calculations we opted for AN38’s in 22” – yup, that’s right this car swallows 22’s like nobody’s business.

Not sure for a fact if we’re the 1st to have the brand new F90 M5 dropped & on 22” wheels; we just know she’s parked outside our office and looks absolutely stunning (;

We’re just as eager to see what we can help other F90 M5 owners do with their super sport sedans. We hope that some are willing to take risks because the gratification from final result is beyond words!

Wheel Specs:
ANRKY AN38
Size: 22”x10.5” // 22”x11.5”
Finish: Brushed Titanium Center Face // Polished Dark Clear
Hardware Option: 50/50
Tires: Pirelli P Zero Nero
Front Tire: 295/25/22
Rear Tire: 315/25/22

Suspension: H&R Lowering Springs

Also Available: 20”-22” & 24” // Lightweight Moblock & 2-Piece Versions // Full Exposed or Fullu Hidden Hardware


Contact us for details, availability, and pricing on ANRKY Wheels, Pirelli Tires, and H&R Springs. Tell us what you think by commenting below!















For more photos of this vehicle visit: https://flic.kr/s/aHskAzNH3b
 

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pics??? -- EDIT: found them, looks nice

Why not the same diameter for fronts (295/25) and rears (315/25)? Dont you think this coud cause damges on the 4wd diff because its always working?
 

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pics??? -- EDIT: found them, looks nice

Why not the same diameter for fronts (295/25) and rears (315/25)? Dont you think this coud cause damges on the 4wd diff because its always working?

We stayed within 2% of the car's original wheel/tire rolling diameter which is the safe thing to do when improving on the car's OEM fitment. The difference in height between the front & rear is 0.4" which is minor. This has not affected the car's 4WD in any negative way.​
 
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