As for the rear, you'll most likely rub if the rear compresses a lot, like if you're carrying 3 adults in the rear or say 2 people in the rear and a trunk full of luggage over a speed bump. The wheels are light and I haven't noticed any difference that I can note of. All season should do the trick. Since we do not have access to customer vehicles, it is up to the customer to confirm the product being ordered is appropriate for their vehicle. I had the same stock 17in rims, you can switch out the tires anytime you want no problems using the same lug nuts. Is anybody here familiar with those from Autozone? Since the key to staggered wheels on an xi is to maintain an equal diamter of wheel + tire in the front and back.
Orders Placed Before Noon Central are Often Shipped the Same Business Day. I'm really excited to get them on the car but I want to do it right. How do the tires look? Whatever company you use, it is imperative that they use a Road Force balancer. I think the Style 166 rims are the nicest for an e60 but did not think they would fit on my 550. Any help is greatly apprieciated. I didn't go with run flats.
My setup has a 1% difference in diameter between front and back. I also just got a 2008 535xi. While doing the repairs I had to replace the trim on the left side so I went with the shadowline and changed the left side too. Yes I used the same stock lug nuts; rule of thumb I was given was as long as they complete at least 5 full rotations the lug nuts are good; No problems since. Are you interested in Chamix's setup? Is anybody here familiar with those from Autozone? No problem I was a new to it before this great forum and people willing to share info.
Just make sure your tire with the biggest offset of 9. By the way, thanks for the link I like their price too! Or driving on a wavy, undulating street or freeway. I just purchased a set for my 535xi - 19x8. Does anyone have experience with 750 E65 wheels on a 535 E60? While the xi's are awd, they are rwd-biased and there is no problem running a staggered setup. I really like these Vredesteins.
Just keep the back offsets equal to or greater than the front. Alaska, Hawaii and Customers Outside the 48 Contiguous States Must Call to Order. What do you guys think about these concept M5 rims on a All Black on Black 2008 535xi? I definitely want to keep that option on my car. Of course after you set the psi to your desired level. That said, don't take my word for it.
Just need to do the black out trim. Offset is 24mm front and rear. I think the car would still look elegant and sporty at the same time. Engines that have been offered on the M5 for its 27 years of production include a 3. The offset on my factory 17's is 20mm, so the 4mm difference seems minor, but I know it can be an issue. Are you interested in Chamix's setup? I know the 750 tires are way too big. In one try they had my wheels perfectly balanced.
Whether you go with run flats Bridgestone or not Continental. I'm getting conflicting stories from everybody I talk to. I also just got a 2008 535xi. Copyright © 1996 - 2019 Hubcap Haven. I then found a tire and wheel dealer that specializes in custom applications and services most of the luxury auto dealers in the area. However if you drive solo, you may not have a problem. The Nexen have a really nice looking thread tho.
My questions are: 1 Has anyone ordered their tires separate from the wheels? The offset for the M5 wheels just don't look as good unless, as I said, you add spacers. Do you know which one would be the right size for our cars? So much for listening to friends recommendations. If you went ahead and bought from oemwheelsplus, I'd be interested in your experience. You may wat to look at other tire sizes. I agree you can run staggered wheels on a 535xi just not those. How did you get the shadowline trim without the sports package? I guess ultimately I would like to play it safe with the tires and all wheel drive but if most 535xi owners do 245s with no problems then that's what I'd like get.
Also how do you know which rear tpms goes on the left of right rear of the car when i get them or does it even matter which one goes where? Thanks for all the help! The specs I have coincide on what I read from forum but here is all I got: Specifications: Size: 19x8. I really like these Vredesteins. I really like the 166s, and buying reps is the only way we're going to get them on an xi. Did you get 235s in the front? You may want to look at other tire sizes. I'm hooked on the silver finish! I just purchased a set for my 535xi - 19x8.