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      11-15-2016, 01:15 PM   #1
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F13 non-M needed for test fitment in NJ/NYC area

Hi guys. I desperately need some help. So I'm selling my wheels off of my e60 m5 20x9 and 20x11 and I have a buyer in TX with an F13 640i that's interested but we are not sure about the fitment in the rear as my set up is pretty aggressive.

We've done the math based on width and offset but we are only 90% sure it could work. The best way is to do a test fit.

So I'm reaching out to our community to see if anyone with an F13 in the NJ/NYC area could help me out and let me do a test fit of my wheels on your car.

We can go to the shop of your choosing or take it to the shop I go to (Status Motoring in Ridgefiled NJ) to have the test fitment done.

For your trouble I'm willing to pay you $50

So who want to make an easy $50?! Send me a message or text 904-534-1819
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Hi guys. I desperately need some help. So I'm selling my wheels off of my e60 m5 20x9 and 20x11 and I have a buyer in TX with an F13 640i that's interested but we are not sure about the fitment in the rear as my set up is pretty aggressive.

We've done the math based on width and offset but we are only 90% sure it could work. The best way is to do a test fit.

So I'm reaching out to our community to see if anyone with an F13 in the NJ/NYC area could help me out and let me do a test fit of my wheels on your car.

We can go to the shop of your choosing or take it to the shop I go to (Status Motoring in Ridgefiled NJ) to have the test fitment done.

For your trouble I'm willing to pay you $50

So who want to make an easy $50?! Send me a message or text 904-534-1819
I cant provide my car, but what I can tell you is compare the wheels you are selling him to M5 width and offsets. I have a 650xi GC and the stock m5 343M wheel is as aggressive as you can go in the rear. Anything more and it would poke. it is dead flush with stock Msport suspension. I cant spek to the inside clearances, but there is zero rubbing with M5 wheels and clearances.
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Thank you so much for the feedback. I will get back to you in the test fitment. The tuning shop I go to may be able to get another 650 today for a test. But your point of reference is good. With the M5 wheels, are you flush to inside lip of fender line or flush to outside of fender? Every millimeter counts right now. Lol. The M5 OEM specs in the rear are 20x10.5 et 25?
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Thank you so much for the feedback. I will get back to you in the test fitment. The tuning shop I go to may be able to get another 650 today for a test. But your point of reference is good. With the M5 wheels, are you flush to inside lip of fender line or flush to outside of fender? Every millimeter counts right now. Lol. The M5 OEM specs in the rear are 20x10.5 et 25?
Flush to OUTSIDE of fender. No the M5 wheel is 20x 10, et 34 in rear! You are looking at M6 offsets which DO NOT fit the regular 6 series.

do you know your wheel's offsets?
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Thanks for all the feedback. Unfortunately I was able to do the test fitment and the rear were too wide. . Back to square one.
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Thanks for all the feedback. Unfortunately I was able to do the test fitment and the rear were too wide. . Back to square one.
Yeah, 11" wheels are generally considered too wide for regular 6. 10.5 is max. Nice of you to confirm that for potential buyer.
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Karma is a bitch bro. I like to be an honest seller. I'd hate to be on the flip side and be out of pocket. Plus I'm transferring funds from this sale straight to my new set so I'd have to pull the trigger on those and then have to deal with a refund/return on this set and be out of pocket even more than I'm gonna be with the new set.

I'm not in it to make money. We are a community. Just helping each other out. ?
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