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      10-01-2006, 01:06 PM   #1
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ZCP Wheels and Spacers?

Front wheel size is 19x8 (47).

What size spacers should I go with? 10mm, 15mm or 18mm?

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      10-01-2006, 07:05 PM   #2
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BTW, the car in question is a 2006 330i w/sports package.

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I am wondering the same thing, but also curious if the back fit properly also ???
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      10-14-2006, 04:36 AM   #4
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Hey guys, I just put these wheels on last week with 235/35 265/30 Goodyear F1s. The fit is great, I almost wish the rears had just a few more mm offset. Rubbing is almost non-exist, I have heard a very minor rub from the RR on about 2 or 3 occasions but only over big bumps. The front looks ok but spacers would definitely help. I will be buying the Rogue Engineering 18mm spacers. I was torn between 15mm and 18mm but in the end decided I would prefer a more aggressive look. I didnt really consider 10 or 12mm as they wouldnt even put the wheels back to the stock (zsp wheels) position. Sorry that I dont have any pics but i hope this helped
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Hey guys, I just put these wheels on last week with 235/35 265/30 Goodyear F1s. The fit is great, I almost wish the rears had just a few more mm offset. Rubbing is almost non-exist, I have heard a very minor rub from the RR on about 2 or 3 occasions but only over big bumps. The front looks ok but spacers would definitely help. I will be buying the Rogue Engineering 18mm spacers. I was torn between 15mm and 18mm but in the end decided I would prefer a more aggressive look. I didnt really consider 10 or 12mm as they wouldnt even put the wheels back to the stock (zsp wheels) position. Sorry that I dont have any pics but i hope this helped
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I second that !!! You have the 19x8/19.9.5 right ?? I also wanted to see if you weighed these rims and tires before you put them on. I am very interested if they weigh less than 162's with runflats.

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M3 Competition package wheels

Alright give me a day or two to put up some pics. yes these are 19x8/19x9.5, i didnt get a chance to weigh them before putting them on but they are definitely lighter, id guess by at least 5lbs per corner (wheels/tires) in the rear and at least 8lbs each in the front, those 162's w/runflats are heavy, i weighed them when i shipped them and they came in at ~56lbs and ~58lbs. I was expecting the car to be slower because of the increased diameter of the wheels, but it actually feels a bit faster. I had 162's then switched to 17" 161's which made the car seem slower and then I went to the competition package wheels and there was a definite increase in performance. In regards to rubbing, i had some fun today in the santa monica mountains with a friend and the RR was rubbing on just about every hard left hander. When we were done i checked the fender and found a little ball of rubber from where it was rubbing ill take pictures of where it has rubbed on the tire. NOTE: I HAVE A DENT DIRECTLY ABOVE MY RR FENDER and i think this may be contributing, but i cant really tell if it has pushed the inside of the fender closer toward the tire.
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are the spacers the same for the 335 because my car needs them
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are the spacers the same for the 335 because my car needs them
Yes they should fit perfectly as the 335 shares the 5x120 bolt pattern
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