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      04-20-2019, 07:16 PM   #1
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17x9 45mm offset Advanti Storm, fitment

Keep in mind this is what I have. Tire brand will make a difference in what max can fit.



Front is Federal 595 RS-RR 235/40-17
Needed a 10mm spacer to clear strut tube, leaves about 5mm clearance to strut (have to keep in mind the tire will move under load, so far I haven't heard it rub).

Rear is Federal 595 RS-RR 255/40-17
No spacer needed. A slight roll of the fender is recommended. On large bumps it will rub.

I'm on Eibach Pro springs and Koni FSD dampeners.
Stock control arms.
Alignment pins knocked out and max allowable camber (have not measured).

Vs the factory style 264's I dropped 36# in rotating mass.
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These are looking great. I think I'm ready to buy these same wheels and mount up a square set of 245s (I have camber plates up front so this should work with appropriate spacers). I may end up waiting for another eBay site-wide coupon though. The cheapest I can find them is $860. You mentioned you found a set for $600 in another thread. Were yours brand new?
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These are looking great. I think I'm ready to buy these same wheels and mount up a square set of 245s (I have camber plates up front so this should work with appropriate spacers). I may end up waiting for another eBay site-wide coupon though. The cheapest I can find them is $860. You mentioned you found a set for $600 in another thread. Were yours brand new?
Brand new from Tire Rack, on discount.
If you look under the E90 you'll find a few more options for offsets and widths and colors.
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Brand new from Tire Rack, on discount.
If you look under the E90 you'll find a few more options for offsets and widths and colors.
Thank you! You just saved me about $200. TR's site only said they had 2, but I called and they actually had 4. Should be here next week with Hankook R-S4s mounted up.
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17x9 ET45

In another thread, they were weighed (17.something lbs if I remember correctly).
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It's in the title?

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It's in the title?

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I bought these as well, with 245/40R17 Hankook RS4s square. I have Koni yellows with Eibach springs, Dinan camber plates and M3 control arms (front only). With no spacers, the rears rub on very large bumps, but only the soft fender liner so I'm going to let the rears be. There is tons of strut clearance in back.

The fronts have 10mm spacers and rub on minor bumps. I've got 8mm spacers and hub extenders on the way but will likely end up rolling the fenders and cutting the plastic tabs as well.

One thing to note is these wheels have 74.1mm center bores, and BMWs have 72.56 center bores. So you need a 1.5mm centering ring. TireRack provided plastic rings but one broke almost immediately, and I've read they will melt on track so I bought aluminum ones off Amazon.

The chamfer on the wheel face is far smaller than on BMW wheels, about 2mm deep vs roughly 4mm on my stock wheels. This means the Advanti wheels won't fit flush on the 10mm Turner spacers I bought without trimming the chamfer off the centering rings. With the chamfer on the rings, the wheel would wobble on the spacer leading to vibrations. After I cut the chamfer off the centering rings, the wheel fits flush, but it is VERY tight. The 8mm spacer I bought is flat so I'm hoping this is a non-issue.

Also, confirmed weights... stock 17"x7.5" style 262s with 225/45 Bridgestone S04s and TPMS sensors weighed 50.9 lbs. These Advanti wheels with 245/40 RS4s and rubber valve stems weigh 42.9 lbs. The tire weights are the same according to TireRack (25.0lbs each) so the Advanti wheels are about 17.9lbs vs stock wheels at 25.9... 32lbs rotating mass eliminated!
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Currently working on getting these to fit without rubbing. 10mm spacers are too much in front, and 7.5mm leaves some room to spare to the strut. I have 5mm spacers on order but that's as low as I am willing to go. This will leave about 1.5mm to the strut with my 245 Hankook RS-4s. I think the tires will still rub so some fender work is in order. If I were buying these again, I'd go with square 235s and possibly 8.5" wheels if I could find them.

In order to make the 7.5mm spacers work and keep the wheel hub-centric, I also bought some VAC hub extenders. These seem to be decent quality and extend the hub lip by 12mm. You have to pound them into the hub with a deadblow hammer, they are a tight fit (they have to be). Freezing them first might help. My car has an 11mm hub lip but this depth will vary with rotor choice and possibly by year. With the extenders, the lip is now 23mm deep. The bore depth of my stock and Advanti wheels are approximately 22mm, so once the extenders are installed, you can not run without front spacers anymore. I am perplexed why the spacers are 12mm deep. Any spacer over 10mm will have its own hub lip built in, so there is no situation that I can think of where you would need a 12mm extension. If this were shallower, say 9mm, you would retain the option to run the extenders without spacers if you needed to (say you have 2 sets of wheels with very different offsets). Other than that minor annoyance, I think the VAC extenders are a pretty good solution for someone wanting to run a 5-8mm spacer.
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The 235 front option was the least headache for me.
My spacers already had a hubcentric lip. I just needed to use the adapter rings for the wheels on them. The plastic fit fine, far as I know, I'm new to this wheel thing.

But after you'd mentioned them melting I thought it a good idea to go metal. Found some on amazon that fit the bill:

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

Mine seem to work out and I'm happy.



and since I'm looking back through amazon,

these are my spacers:
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1



and these are my studs:
https://www.ebay.com/itm/20pc-Black-...item3d8a0aff80



... and I wish I would have wrote down mileage when i put the tires on. Rear's are currently about 1/2 tread left. Ballparking about 5,000 street miles on them. Fronts still look good.
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So the rears on my car do rub. I just had to go far deeper to find it.
The fresh tire nubs and 1/2 of the velvet'ish on the top half of sidewall rubbed off. Look like what rolling a tire sidewall looks like.

Zero body damage.
Zero gashing of a tire. Just feathering.

Tires where 32psi cold and I didn't check hot.
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