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Old 06-07-2013, 10:48 AM   #1
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Default Correct wheel fitment for Beyern Bavaria rims(Yes I searched)

Hi,

I've been reading about offsets trying to understand what i need, after 4 hours of reading (Yes im slow) and seeing peoples setups, i think i understand...

Since i live in Canada, I try to not make mistakes on purchasing because returns are not exactly ea$y if you know what i mean...

So my car is a 2007 550i M-Sport
I presently have the style 172:
Front 19x8ET18 245/35/19
Rear 19x9.5ET32 275/30/19


I want to get the Beyern Bavaria (not very popular?)
Front 19x8.5ET15
Rear 19x9.5ET25
with the same size tires...

If i understood what I read correctly, less ET moves the rim outwards so this setup would give me a more "flush" or as they seem to call it, more aggressive look then what i have?

any insight on fitment or the actual wheel would be appreciated

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correct, less offset means the wheels are pushed further out away from the car. looking at the set that you want, those offsets will fit just fint on your 550i. just make sure the hub bore is 72mm.
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correct, less offset means the wheels are pushed further out away from the car. looking at the set that you want, those offsets will fit just fint on your 550i. just make sure the hub bore is 72mm.
thank you for the quick reply..

looking on there web site it seems like the size i want have the wrong bore
19x8.5 - 5/120 et15 bore 72
19x8.5 - 5/120 et30 bore 72
19x8.5 - 5/120 et40 bore 72
19x8.5 - 5/120 et15 bore 74
19x9.0 - 5/120 et20 bore 72
19x9.5 - 5/120 et35 bore 72
19x9.5 - 5/120 et45 bore 72
19x9.5 - 5/120 et25 bore 74
19x10.5 - 5/120 et25 bore 72

Jesus crist, why is this so complicated

would this one work for rears? 19x9.0 - 5/120 et20 bore 72 is 275/30/19 too wide for 9?

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you can do the 19x9.5 in the rear with bore 74 but you would just need hub rings for the rear wheels, specifically 74-72.5
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would it not be better to go with the 9's and have no rings?

is the 9 too skinny or a 275 tire?
or is the et20 too agressive for for the e60?

im trying to replace the 172's as they are bent and my local shop cant seem to make them hole again...

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yes you can do the 9" widths and go with a narrower tire, maybe a 265 instead. ET20 though will not be too aggressive at all, offset will be fine.
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I wish more people would post exactly what they got, helps out so much, so heres my contribution

I decided to order Beyern Bavaria in Matte Black

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19x8.5 - 5/120 et15 bore 72 on 245/35/19
19x9.0 - 5/120 et20 bore 72 on 275/30/19 (I think I will go with a 265/35 in the future)

Im hoping to god I don't rub, if anyone has feedback or experience with this product, the help would be appreciated...
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Nice lookin' wheels...
I'd be interested in your 172's if you were planning on selling them. PM me if you are...I've been looking for a set.

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not selling, sorry
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