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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
Total Produced: 45,000+ - Years Produced: 2001 to 2006.


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Old Tue, Nov-28-2017, 06:30:38 PM   #1
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Default OEM Style 135 wheels on an M

Hey guys. My car came with AWFUL aftermarket wheels that I need off ASAP. I have been looking for a set of stock 19"s and will continue to look but I came across a really cheap set of style 135 ZHP wheels.

Will these fit an M3 with spacers in the rear? If so, what size spacers?

I know the offset is off in the back, I believe the ZHP wheel is 51mm.
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Default Re: OEM Style 135 wheels on an M

You will need spacers for sure, the offset is too high it will rub against your suspension. And honestly the style 135's are boat anchors. I'd look for 18" style 67's instead.
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Old Wed, Nov-29-2017, 11:51:12 AM   #3
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Yeah, id prefer the style 67s but this dude is selling them for $150 for all 4
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Default Re: OEM Style 135 wheels on an M

They don't fit properly, the heavy, they're weak, they don't look right on the M3, and at $150 something is very wrong with them as non M owners love them.

Keep looking.
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Default Re: OEM Style 135 wheels on an M

Looks like I will keep on looking! Thanks guys. I appreciate the quick and honest feedback
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Hey guys. My car came with AWFUL aftermarket wheels that I need off ASAP. I have been looking for a set of stock 19"s and will continue to look but I came across a really cheap set of style 135 ZHP wheels.

Will these fit an M3 with spacers in the rear? If so, what size spacers?

I know the offset is off in the back, I believe the ZHP wheel is 51mm.


Where are you located at? getting rid of my 19's soon but they will need to be refinished.. I just covered them with plasti-dip right now to get rid of the horrible finish. Switching wheel set-up this weekend and if you're in socal area you can probably take them off me.
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I’m in Wilmington NC but that you very much for the offer!! I may have to look into shipping for that!! Shoot me a PM if you’re interest.
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Hey guys. My car came with AWFUL aftermarket wheels that I need off ASAP. I have been looking for a set of stock 19"s and will continue to look but I came across a really cheap set of style 135 ZHP wheels.

Will these fit an M3 with spacers in the rear? If so, what size spacers?

I know the offset is off in the back, I believe the ZHP wheel is 51mm.
I see OEM 19s and 18s for sale on my local Craigslist regularly as low as 300 and a few times even more around 150-200.

For even a little bit more money you might get yourself a superior aftermarket setup with tires
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