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Old 10-Oct-2019, 02:41 PM
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Default 20's on an F10 M Sport

hey guys

after a long hiatus, I am back in a bmw. I bought an F10 M sport 520d.

So I am on the forums again more often.

The car has the standard (i think) M Sport 19" alloys on it.

I want to purchase these 20's;

https://www.autostyling.com/alloy-wh...iABEgL97vD_BwE

I am just wondering if anyone has a similar setup? I am concerned that it might wreck the ride of the car. I dont want any rubbing on the arches etc, and I dont want rubbing if i hit small bumps in the road.

The ride at the moment is perfect but I just think the 19's look a tad small in the arches and the 20's fill them much better.
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Can anyone advise?
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Can anyone advise?
I've 20s on mine.. no rubbing... ride is bit harsh on small country roads .. other than tha its perfect

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Can anyone advise?
I've 20s on mine.. no rubbing... ride is bit harsh on small country roads .. other than tha its perfect

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Savage looking motor. What size tyres do you have, did you put wider alloys on the back?
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Savage looking motor. What size tyres do you have, did you put wider alloys on the back?
Back tyre 285/30 front tyre 255,/35
20" all round

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bbs11.jpg Car was also lowered on a eibach pro-kit


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