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      05-22-2012, 05:00 PM   #45
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Ok great! Where do i pay and when will they be at my front door?

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      05-27-2012, 03:43 PM   #46
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Try to PM but it's full , here's what I'm looking for.

Looking for pricing on some Apex ARC-8 wheels, I'm getting the ER Wide body kit for the front.

2 - Front 18x9.5" et22 or so for the wide body kit
2 - Rear 18x9.5" et59-62 -- fenders are rolled looking to fit a 285/30/18 tire


Or considering also the new EC-7 with similar offsets.

For a 2009 BMW 135i, shipped to 33194.

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      05-31-2012, 10:46 AM   #47
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C'mon OP, give us sumthin!
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I am currently out of the country and only have a few minutes of Internet access each day (see signature). We'll get back to posting content upon my return.
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      06-08-2012, 09:03 AM   #49
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Ok great! Where do i pay and when will they be at my front door?
The pre-order is now open! The wheels ship in August. Follow the link for full shipping details.



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here's what I'm looking for.

Looking for pricing on some Apex ARC-8 wheels, I'm getting the ER Wide body kit for the front.

2 - Front 18x9.5" et22 or so for the wide body kit
2 - Rear 18x9.5" et59-62 -- fenders are rolled looking to fit a 285/30/18 tire


Or considering also the new EC-7 with similar offsets.

For a 2009 BMW 135i, shipped to 33194.

Thanks
If you have the ER widebody then 18x9.5" ET22 is perfect for the front. If you only have a rear fender roll then 18x9.5" ET58 is the only option you would have for the rear. 285/30/18 is beyond the limit of what the car can take in the rear even with a roll. Realistically the max you will fit is a 265/35/18 r-compound that runs wide like an R888 or a 275/35/18 NT-01 that runs narrow (both proven fitments with a fender roll and the ET58 offset)

Shipping is free as part of the pre-order see the link above for details.
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      06-14-2012, 09:06 PM   #51
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      06-16-2012, 06:28 PM   #52
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Pic.s!!!!!!!
I would have placed my order by now (and probably others) if we'd have seen some pics.
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      06-16-2012, 07:16 PM   #53
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Pic.s!!!!!!!
I would have placed my order by now (and probably others) if we'd have seen some pics.
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      06-16-2012, 10:03 PM   #54
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I'm ordering a '13 128i Vert on July 1, I'm planning on 18" with a square set of 235/45 all seasons, the EC-7's look like me. Which 18" should I go with?
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      06-19-2012, 10:14 PM   #55
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Looking fwd to seeing some pics on our 1er. What's the time frame?
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Buying these as soon as a pic is posted!
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      06-22-2012, 02:41 PM   #59
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I know there's a month left to pre-order but we want pics now. Which "profile" was on the rear of the Z4M, those looked great.
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This wheel reference with MT 265/40/18 tire roll fender Is needed ?
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This wheel reference with MT 265/40/18 tire roll fender Is needed ?
I would stick w/ a 265/35/18...depending on the tire.
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      06-25-2012, 07:58 AM   #62
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What do y'all think for Michelin PSS size for a staggered 1-Series set-up on a car with Dinan suspension (1/2" drop) and M3 control arms up front (for a little more -ve camber). I don't want to roll fenders if I can help it, but willing to play a little more with camber adjustment).

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I know there's a month left to pre-order but we want pics now. Which "profile" was on the rear of the Z4M, those looked great.
The wheels on the rear of the Z4M are profile 3. As mentioned in that post they will not fit the 1 series. It would be like putting a 30-40mm spacer behind the 9.5" wheels intended for the 1 series.

Pics are posted below. Thanks to everyone for their patience. We only have this Anthracite sample set, we cannot test any other finishes sadly. If other local cars would like to volunteer to test out the wheels, we'd be happy to do it.

Anthracite 18x8.5" ET45 front with 235/40/18
Anthracite 18x9.5" ET58 rear with 265/35/18

Car is on Koni yellows, stock sport springs, and M3 control arms.













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The wheels on the rear of the Z4M are profile 3. As mentioned in that post they will not fit the 1 series. It would be like putting a 30-40mm spacer behind the 9.5" wheels intended for the 1 series.

Pics are posted below. Thanks to everyone for their patience. We only have this Anthracite sample set, we cannot test any other finishes sadly. If other local cars would like to volunteer to test out the wheels, we'd be happy to do it.

Anthracite 18x8.5" ET45 front with 235/40/18
Anthracite 18x9.5" ET58 rear with 265/35/18

Car is on Koni yellows, stock sport springs, and M3 control arms.
Isn't these tires oversized for the 1er? The sidewall seems huge creating additional clearance and reducing wheel gap quite a bit. Not to mention speedo probably all whacked up? I thought the correct 235/265 tire sizes for the 1er should be 235/35/18 and 265/30/18?

Otherwise looking good. Hoping to order a square setup before the group buy cut off here.

One question. Can 245s be fit up front if I have about 1.5 degrees of camber? Thinking of doing 245 square. Thanks!
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Isn't these tires oversized for the 1er? The sidewall seems huge creating additional clearance and reducing wheel gap quite a bit. Not to mention speedo probably all whacked up? I thought the correct 235/265 tire sizes for the 1er should be 235/35/18 and 265/30/18?

Otherwise looking good. Hoping to order a square setup before the group buy cut off here.

One question. Can 245s be fit up front if I have about 1.5 degrees of camber? Thinking of doing 245 square. Thanks!
The 1 serie is a bit undersized, so it is still ok. Speedo is ok, actually really accurate. Wheel gap reduced, indeed, I like that. Only downside is that it decreases accelerations but if you run an engine tune or don't have a LSD, it will help to get better traction.

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What do y'all think for Michelin PSS size for a staggered 1-Series set-up on a car with Dinan suspension (1/2" drop) and M3 control arms up front (for a little more -ve camber). I don't want to roll fenders if I can help it, but willing to play a little more with camber adjustment).

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I think it would good to use 235/40 and 265/35. On my car adding the M3 arms seems to push the wheel out a bit closer to the fender. I think 235/40/18 is going to be close to the fender on the front. You may need to pull the alignment pins as well to get extra camber for a bit more clearance.
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