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A local wrecker has a set of AC SCHNITZER Type 5 Forged wheels available at a decent price. I like the look & since I currently have beat up stock wheels on my E60 M5 I have the choice of repairing or going for another wheel. I'm heading towards going for a new wheel of course!

I've never dealt with offset so may I ask for guidance if my calculations are correct.

Stock (from this forum thanks!)
19x8.5 ET 12
19x9.5 ET 28

AC SCHNITZER Type 5 Forged (specs from wrecker and checked on the website)
20x9 ET22
20x10 ET33

If my understanding is correct, without spacers the front will be 16mm closer to the strut & 4mm further inside the body & the rear would be 11mm closer to the strut & 1mm further towards the outside of the body.

Have I got the calculations right? Would I therefore use a 12 mm front & 10mm rear? or would I be ok anything 10 - 15mm? I'll be negotiating to throw the spacers into the deal.

I want to make sure I know what I need to do before I head over to see the wrecker, he'll tell me anything to shift them in this market. The economy is destroyed here with no tourism.

Guidance greatly appreciated.
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(There's another post on the forum but its discussing weights not spacers. Type 5 weights)

Many thanks in advance for the brains trust.
 
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