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Old Sat, Jun-16-2007, 09:23:08 AM   #1
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Default OEM 19s weight??

I am wondering if anyone has put their stock 19s on a scale or read somewhere on this site- I cant seem to find it . I want to make sure when I change rims that I am getting something lighter than stock. Thanks.
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Old Thu, Jun-21-2007, 05:11:27 PM   #3
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Just went to the site. Thanks!!!
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Those estimated numbers are off for the OEM 19s. Weights are 27f and 29r from my understanding. They are forged, but overbuilt. The cast ZCP 19s actually weight less.
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Whew!! I'm throwing on the zcp reps and I read they are about 26f and 28.5r. I feel better already...
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here you go...


RAC Monolite RG4's are forged and made from the highest quality aluminum available. I have a set on the way for my M3. Here are some specs:

* 6061 T6 HEAT TREATED Aluminum Alloy (currently the best wheel material available)
* 8000 TON SPREAD FORGED MONOBLOCK WHEEL
* 19 x 9 Front , offset is +37
* 19 x10 Rear , offset is +25
* Wheels have a 72.6mm center hub bore so they are HUBCENTRIC (the fit is perfect, no centering rings needed)
* Can accommodate a BIG BRAKE KIT without spacers
* Powder-coated in a high quality Silver finish (brilliant)
* Can accommodate tire sizes up to a 265F/285R max.
* The RG4 wheel weights are: 22.5 lbs front and 23.0 pounds rear
* The RG4s are currently only available in fitments for the E46 M3
* Wheels will accept the OEM roundel centercap. (RG4's are designed from the factory to use the OEM E46 M3 centercap)

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M67 Double Spoke Polished (OEM 19)
8 J x 19 ET47 12,6 kg (x 2.2lb/kg = 27.72 lbs)
9 1/2 J x 19 ET27 13,3 kg ( x 2.2lb/kg = 29.26 lbs)

M67 Double Spoke Crome Shadow (OEM 18)
8 J x 18 ET47 11,2 kg (x 2.2lb/kg = 24.64 lbs)
9 J x 18 ET26 12,2 kg (x 2.2lb/kg = 26.84 lbs)

M163 Cross Spoke Painted (ZCP)
8 J x 19 ET47 10,5 kg = 23.1 lbs
9 1/2 J x 19 ET27 10,9 kg = 23.98 lbs

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If I had to do it again, I'd spend the extra $700 and get the real ZCP wheels.[/QUOTE]
I just have a quick question as well...Have a M3 06' and I want to get M6 Wheels 19" 8.5 in front and 9.5 in back, What tires sizes i could used on this particular car btw the car stock so is not drop or anything like that. My friend recommended
Front 255-40-19
back 285-35-19
According to him this will clear no rubbing....What do you guys think???
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