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E46 M3 (2001-2006) Engine: S54 - Max Hp: 333 hp at 7,900 rpm / 262 lb/ft at 4,900 rpm
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Old Mon, Mar-15-2010, 12:18:56 AM   #1
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Default ZCP Wheel offsets, sizes help

Can someone tell me the ZCP wheels standard 19" offsets and sizes? I am thinking of pulling the trigger on some VMR replicas .. and was trying to figure out what size to get... 19x10 in back and 19x9.5 front is what I was looking at , but not sure what offset and also dont want any rubbing, not sure if those would or not? Would like them to just come out to the edge of the fender so I guess spacers might be needed?
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OEM ZCP:
F 19" x 8" et 47
R 19" x 9.5" et 27
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Found this calculator on the web which might help you figure it all out.

http://thenobot.org/apps/wheel_size....wheel_spacer=0

I thought the offsets were the same...47 front, 27 rear. Rear wheels are are 9.5" wide vs. 9" for the non-ZCP M3
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Ok.. Thnks guys.. any benefit for going a little wider. say 10 in rear and 9 in front?

If I did the factory offset would the tires come out to pretty much the edge of fender or need spacers?
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I thought the offsets were the same...47 front, 27 rear. Rear wheels are are 9.5" wide vs. 9" for the non-ZCP M3
OEM 19's are identical in size and offset to ZCP's.... that is the rears are both 9.5".

The OEM 18's use 9" rears.
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Ok.. Thnks guys.. any benefit for going a little wider. say 10 in rear and 9 in front?
Nope. But it'll look better
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Default Re: ZCP Wheel offsets, sizes help

OP did you get the 9 front and 10 rear?
im interested in doing this as well but want to run 265/30 front & 285/30 rear
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OEM 19's are identical in size and offset to ZCP's.... that is the rears are both 9.5".
But not quite identical in F offset, correct? I've read that non ZCP 19" fronts are 41, ZCPs 47.
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