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Old Fri, Mar-09-2012, 06:27:49 PM   #11
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Default Re: Aggressive wheel fitment?

I'm not too worried about having to get the fenders rolled, more than anything is just my offset fitment upfront as thats what most people keep telling me I will have issues with. But who knows, won't know till I actually stick these bad boys on there and see for myself. So as soon as I'm able to find a chance to try it out. Than we'll know for sure.
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Old Fri, Mar-09-2012, 09:34:00 PM   #12
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If they fit an E46 M3 without issue, I can't imagine it would be a major issue for a Z4M.

Worst-case aren't these 3-piece wheels? Why not just get a different inner barrel for the fronts it that width doesn't fit?

Though deciding to buy a car based on if wheels fit seems a little backwards. LOL

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Old Fri, Mar-09-2012, 09:36:25 PM   #13
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this is me with 19x10 rears

oem ride height/ no camber plates/ 20mm offset

don't let the ppl on zpost scare you. there's plenty of room for you to go big on this car. i was reading up on 20mm offset before getting these and everyone on zpost was like 'you'll definitely rub'. nope.

Those look damn good.

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Old Sat, Mar-10-2012, 05:22:20 AM   #14
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Those look damn good.

RGR's look perfect on the zed. keep your car man, it's timeless.

here's some more shots....on proper rubber




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Old Mon, Mar-12-2012, 11:45:59 PM   #15
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^ looks great. Yeah, those General's that were on there really were not too great. Not to mention they were louder than hell.
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Old Wed, Jun-27-2012, 08:29:50 AM   #16
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this guy made some craaaazy ish work.

i don't know the size but i know it's a ridiculous fitment.

Wow that looks sick!
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Old Fri, Oct-19-2012, 03:32:26 PM   #17
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Default Re: Aggressive wheel fitment?

A 12.5 or 15mm spacer up front will put you darn close to the specs on the front of the wheels zubydafa posted. Rears a 5mm to be slightly less aggressive or a 10mm to be slightly more.

If it was me, I'd run your wheels with a 12.5mm up front and a 5mm in the rear on a Z and call it a day, you'll have a little extra room to keep any rubbing down and look great.... that is unless you want to get aggressive, then 15mm and 10mm and look dead sexy.
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I have some Work Brombachers on my E46 m3, and thinking about buying a Z4mc but I have to see if these wheels and tire specs will go on with minor fender rolling..

19x9.5 +31 Front fk452 245/35/19
19x11 +25 Rear fk452 275/30/19

I have looked around but nobody can give me a 100% answer. they have previously told me the fronts wont fit... which destroys my idea of getting a Z4mc. Help would be greatly appreciated.. thanks guys
i ran a 9.5 up front with et 35 same tire i am on kw it so youd be good with 31 up front IMHO would need to roll fenders tho in rear for sure maybee even push them out with a 5mm spacers IMHO you real concern should be inner clearance
the KW needed to raised ( or place a spacer ) slightly it was hitting the coil spring. i heard this is only a problem with KW v3
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You'll fit with some camber man!
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