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      11-20-2010, 12:37 PM   #1
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313 wheels and spacers

My wheels are going on next week with 265/30/19 and 235/35/19 rubber has anyone got these on and will it take any spacers or just straight on with the wheels.
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The 313's have the same offset as 225's so you'd get away with a 10mm spacer all round
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      11-22-2010, 06:37 PM   #3
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I have those wheels with those oversized tyres fitted.

I didn't use any spacers, from a looks point of view, I don't think it needs them.
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      11-23-2010, 03:38 AM   #4
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I have those wheels with those oversized tyres fitted.

I didn't use any spacers, from a looks point of view, I don't think it needs them.
Perfect , just what I wanted to know. Im hoping they will be easy to keep clean, whats your views.
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fab wheels relatively easy to clean def dont need spacers
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      11-23-2010, 06:01 AM   #6
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Yes they are easy to clean, but there is a kind of groove that runs round the inside of the wheel that brake dust really settles in and sticks to. Recommend good wheel wax and regular cleaning.

Also - be very careful when driving! They are ridiculously soft metal, they damage so so easily.
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I have them with 255's on the rear, I reckon they could do with a 10mm spacer to give the car a better stance



can kinda see from this angle, if you do fit spacers i'd make sure your original bolts are long enough!
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      11-23-2010, 01:48 PM   #8
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I'd agree with the need for spacers from that picture.

Are they going on an E90 or E92?

I read somewhere that the E90 LCI had the rear track widened over the non-LCI model (and presumably non-LCI E92)

It certainly looks different on my E90.

I don't have a pic from the same angle but this shows how they sit:



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I have spacers on my 18s now so I can play about with them on my E90 til I get it right, hopefully collecting them today. Just waiting the Falkens being fitted.They need to be flush though , the 265s might make a difference.
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I have them with 255's on the rear, I reckon they could do with a 10mm spacer to give the car a better stance



can kinda see from this angle, if you do fit spacers i'd make sure your original bolts are long enough!
Yes you def need to invest in some spacers mate, probally 10 or 15 mm
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I have the M sport 225Ms which have the same offset as those wheels and I have 12mm spacers front and rear. It really does make a difference.
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I have the M sport 225Ms which have the same offset as those wheels and I have 12mm spacers front and rear. It really does make a difference.
Yeh massive difference, 15mm on the back , not altered the front yet as I did not like the steering last time I had spacers on the front.
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Strange, it may just be the angle of the photos, but yours with spacers don't seem to be much different to mine without.......
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Strange, it may just be the angle of the photos, but yours with spacers don't seem to be much different to mine without.......
LCI cars have a wider setup as standard.
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LCI cars have a wider setup as standard.
Yep - 8mm each side IIRC
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Ahhh of course, I forgot the OP's car was pre-LCI
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Does anyone know who supply's decent spacers that centre? and if the original BM bolts are long enough for 12-15mm spacers?
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You will need new bolts for any spacers , and there's loads of good hubcentric spacers , just google them , can't remember what I have got on mine
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I've got Eibach spacers on mine and they work a treat.

You'll defo need longer bolts with spacers of that size.
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Will these fit a 2009 BMW E60 535 Xdrive??

Will these fit a 2009 BMW E60 535 Xdrive??

OEM offsets are 43, therefore that should not be an issue, however will the HUB fit? The E60 bolt pattern is 5/120 with a 72.5mm center bore. Is the style 313 the same?
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I have these wheels in 19" and 12.5mm Eibach spacers all round. I still have the "stock" tyres and not sure if I can go up to the next tyre size without rubbing issues. Has anyone done this ? did it rub ????
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