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      06-23-2020, 11:45 AM   #1
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I cannot find consistent details on M6 coupe wheel sizes:

Looking for offsets for 2013 coupe 20" option?
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      06-23-2020, 01:34 PM   #2
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9.5" wide 31mm offset front. 10.5" wide 19mm offset rear
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      06-23-2020, 07:19 PM   #3
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http://www.bmwalufelgenkatalog.de/ka...rt&n=24&f=1159

This is limited down to F chassis M6, but you can search however.
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I cannot find consistent details on M6 coupe wheel sizes:

Looking for offsets for 2013 coupe 20" option?
Consistent? You must not be familiar with any of the online part database sites because if you input your VIN, then go to the WHEELS diagram...it will list every BMW wheel that was offered or available for your BMW. And you will find all of the wheel's specs (width/height & wheel offset) listed in the part nbr index below each wheel's diagram.

If not familiar with BMW nomenclature...wheel offset is listed with an "ET" prefix in front of a numerical value. For example: "ET:19 means that the wheel has a 19mm wheel offset.

Here's a direct link to the f13 M6 wheel diagrams. Again, just click on all of the 20 inch wheels and you'll see what the front and rear wheel offsets are for that particular wheel: https://bimmercat.com/bmw/en/search/.../BMW+M6/USA/36

Example for Wheel Style 343:

BMW LA wheel, M double spoke 343 - 20''
front wheel: 9.5"X20" ET:31 (31mm offset)
rear wheel: 10.5"X20" ET:19 (19mm offset)

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thanks everyone for your inputs
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      07-24-2020, 11:30 PM   #6
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Consistent? You must not be familiar with any of the online part database sites because if you input your VIN, then go to the WHEELS diagram...it will list every BMW wheel that was offered or available for your BMW. And you will find all of the wheel's specs (width/height & wheel offset) listed in the part nbr index below each wheel's diagram.

If not familiar with BMW nomenclature...wheel offset is listed with an "ET" prefix in front of a numerical value. For example: "ET:19 means that the wheel has a 19mm wheel offset.

Here's a direct link to the f13 M6 wheel diagrams. Again, just click on all of the 20 inch wheels and you'll see what the front and rear wheel offsets are for that particular wheel: https://bimmercat.com/bmw/en/search/.../BMW+M6/USA/36

Example for Wheel Style 343:

BMW LA wheel, M double spoke 343 - 20''
front wheel: 9.5"X20" ET:31 (31mm offset)
rear wheel: 10.5"X20" ET:19 (19mm offset)

I'm trying to buy a single front wheel in a private sale. I'm able to inspect the wheel in person. How do I easily tell whether it's a front wheel or rear wheel, or that is even for the M6 and not the M5?

Inside the wheel I cannot see any part numbers.

Is the width or offset stamped somewhere?
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Here's the picture of the wheel I'm buying from a private party. I'm able to inspect this in person tomorrow.

Noticed the number says 2284707 on it and 22283402. part number search indicates it's a front silver or black wheel (hub). It's a silver wheel in appearance.

Also is there any way to ensure this wheels is not a replica?
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      07-25-2020, 03:26 PM   #8
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I’ve never seen a real BMW wheel NOT have either the full 11 or the last 7 digits of its part number as well as the other wheel specs around the front side of the hub or on the back side of the spokes...including a stamp that uses the BMW acronym.

Are you sure BMW and other wheel specs aren’t engraved or in raised letters on the back of the spokes (can’t tell if the wheel is forged or cast...forged will have specs engraved into the alloy...cast will have raised letters).

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Realoem.com says that its a black wheel if you use 2-284-707 (which is the last 7 digits of the full 11 digit part number). The gray version of his wheel has a different part number 2-283–402. You can see this listed in the part number index at realism.com: https://www.realoem.com/bmw/enUS/sho...43#36112284707
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Here's the picture of the wheel I'm buying from a private party. I'm able to inspect this in person tomorrow.

Noticed the number says 2284707 on it and 22283402. part number search indicates it's a front silver or black wheel (hub). It's a silver wheel in appearance.

Also is there any way to ensure this wheels is not a replica?
The markings are on the hub mounting, as seen here. If you look at your pic at the 11 oclock position you can just make out 9 1/2

https://www.6post.com/forums/showthr...highlight=343m
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Found a better range of pics

https://www.6post.com/forums/showthr...highlight=343m

IS 31 is the offset measurement. It should be above the 11 /13 engraved on your picture but the lighting seems to not show it.
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Found a better range of pics

https://www.6post.com/forums/showthr...highlight=343m

IS 31 is the offset measurement. It should be above the 11 /13 engraved on your picture but the lighting seems to not show it.
I have a brand new set for sale.
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Found a better range of pics

https://www.6post.com/forums/showthr...highlight=343m

IS 31 is the offset measurement. It should be above the 11 /13 engraved on your picture but the lighting seems to not show it.
Thanks sir!

I was able to verify this in person. The pictures were of very poor light quality. I was able to verify each engraved number and matched it to other photos of OE wheels. I received a true M6 front 343.
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Thanks sir!

I was able to verify this in person. The pictures were of very poor light quality. I was able to verify each engraved number and matched it to other photos of OE wheels. I received a true M6 front 343.
Meanwhile in my office....

I have some of my spare F10 343m wheels and my summer set of wheels with PSC2 all just chilling

The F10 was in a bad crash hence the face damage on the rear in the photo - I keep some at home and some a work in case I go for a long drive and want to keep a full size spare. If you had asked before about May I'd have been able to take a photo of my F13 343m but they were somewhat sketchy in Auckland weather in May with 325/30r20 PSC2 in the wet/cold
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Meanwhile in my office....

I have some of my spare F10 343m wheels and my summer set of wheels with PSC2 all just chilling

The F10 was in a bad crash hence the face damage on the rear in the photo - I keep some at home and some a work in case I go for a long drive and want to keep a full size spare. If you had asked before about May I'd have been able to take a photo of my F13 343m but they were somewhat sketchy in Auckland weather in May with 325/30r20 PSC2 in the wet/cold

I'm sitting on a set of Cup 2s and a full set of PSSs, and haven't installed my replacement 343. Wife wants these out of the house.
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Meanwhile in my office....

I have some of my spare F10 343m wheels and my summer set of wheels with PSC2 all just chilling

The F10 was in a bad crash hence the face damage on the rear in the photo - I keep some at home and some a work in case I go for a long drive and want to keep a full size spare. If you had asked before about May I'd have been able to take a photo of my F13 343m but they were somewhat sketchy in Auckland weather in May with 325/30r20 PSC2 in the wet/cold

Btw, you should convert that damaged 343 into a glass coffee table.

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Btw, you should convert that damaged 343 into a glass coffee table.
That's a good thought actually!
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Meanwhile in my office....

I have some of my spare F10 343m wheels and my summer set of wheels with PSC2 all just chilling

The F10 was in a bad crash hence the face damage on the rear in the photo - I keep some at home and some a work in case I go for a long drive and want to keep a full size spare. If you had asked before about May I'd have been able to take a photo of my F13 343m but they were somewhat sketchy in Auckland weather in May with 325/30r20 PSC2 in the wet/cold

I'm sitting on a set of Cup 2s and a full set of PSSs, and haven't installed my replacement 343. Wife wants these out of the house.
I can solve your wife's problem, I'll make it real cheap too!
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