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      11-22-2018, 11:29 AM   #1
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"Wheel" they fit?

Hi guys,

Looking for advice on how well (if at all) these specs will fit on the M6 GC:
Fronts: 20" x 9" et.35
Rears: 20" x 10.5" et.42

Tires are OEM size: 265/35 and 295/30.
Currently have no spacers and stock suspension.

Lastly, wheels are Enza Vatore BLX-01; I'm pretty certain they'll clear the calipers, but if someone could confirm, I'd appreciate it.

Thanks in advance.
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      11-22-2018, 12:38 PM   #2
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The stock M6 wheels are 19mm offset, those wheels sound like they are designed to fit on an M5 or even an M3/M4.

However the M5 suspension is all the same as the M6 so everything should clear even without spacers but you'll really need 20-25mm spacers to make the outer edge line up properly at the rear to be close to stock or 30mm if you want to be more aggressive.

The front is 31mm so they are a little bit further in. Plenty of people run 10-15mm spacers on stock wheels to make them fill out the guards better so perhaps 15mm spacers at the front will be about right.
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      11-22-2018, 01:26 PM   #3
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They will require big spacers to look flush. Big being 20MM+ spacer.
Tire sidewall will not match. Front will be more squared since the rim is 1/2 inch less in width. To match, you will need 255.

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Awesome!

Thank you for the extremely helpful info. Just found out about the actual website, too; honestly didn't know about it when I create the thread title.. lol.

Thanks again.
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      11-23-2018, 09:29 AM   #5
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No problem.
I had the 1st generation of these on my M5. The new ones are flow forme so its slightly lighter but they kept the same price. See if they or resellers (forum sponsors) have any Black Friday deals on a set.

http://zitowheels.net/wheels/zf05/

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