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      07-16-2012, 09:29 AM   #1
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1M wheel offsets?

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Does anyone know what the offsets are for a 1M, is it the same as a 135i? Would I beable to fit these to a 135?

Do any of the 1M drivers want to sell there std wheels? Dont think so but you never know...
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      07-16-2012, 09:54 AM   #2
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Front Wheels - 19x9" ET31 (25.4 LBS, 31mm offset) - BMW Part # 36-11-2-284-055
Rear Wheels - 19x10" ET25 (26.6 LBS, 25mm offset) - BMW Pat # 36-11-2-284-060

Recommended Tire Sizes (by BMW)
Front Tire - 245/35/19
Rear Tire - 265/35/19

I believe they are the same wheels/offset as the E92 M3 ZCP Competition Package. I don't think they will fit a 135i but perhaps someone more knowledgable can shed some light on this inquiry. You might have better luck finding an M3 ZCP owner willing to sell his wheels...
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      07-16-2012, 10:02 AM   #3
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1M offsets are basically M3 offsets. So 1M rims will not fit on a 135i.
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      07-16-2012, 10:15 AM   #4
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Stock setup on the 135 is

F : 215/40R18 on a 18x7.5 +49 rim
R : 245/35R18 on a 18x8.5 +52 rim

The 1M/ZCP setup will stick out 1.3"F/1.5"R compared to the stock 135i setup.

You'll need a combination of fender rolling/pulling/shaving and a lot of camber to make them fit. You could also run a narrower tire and stretch them to get some clearance.

FWIW I ran this on my old 135 :

F : 225/35R19 on a 19x8 +35
R : 255/35R19 on a 19x9.5 +35

it took a lot of camber (5deg rear) and a bit of fender rolling to stop them from rubbing and tearing up the tire sidewalls. The fronts didn't need as much camber (IIRC ~2deg) but fenders were rolled there too.

Check out this calculator : http://www.rimsntires.com/specs.jsp
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      07-17-2012, 10:26 AM   #5
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Stock setup on the 135 is

F : 215/40R18 on a 18x7.5 +49 rim
R : 245/35R18 on a 18x8.5 +52 rim

The 1M/ZCP setup will stick out 1.3"F/1.5"R compared to the stock 135i setup.

You'll need a combination of fender rolling/pulling/shaving and a lot of camber to make them fit. You could also run a narrower tire and stretch them to get some clearance.

FWIW I ran this on my old 135 :

F : 225/35R19 on a 19x8 +35
R : 255/35R19 on a 19x9.5 +35

it took a lot of camber (5deg rear) and a bit of fender rolling to stop them from rubbing and tearing up the tire sidewalls. The fronts didn't need as much camber (IIRC ~2deg) but fenders were rolled there too.

Check out this calculator : http://www.rimsntires.com/specs.jsp
Muach appreciated bro, thank you and the others for the info.

How would I roll the fenders??
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      07-17-2012, 02:42 PM   #6
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Rent, buy, or find a shop that has one of these : http://www.eastwood.com/ew-fender-ro...struction.html
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