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      12-03-2019, 01:52 PM   #1
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TE037 6061 on M2 Comp

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I'm in need of some advice/help, I was looking into purchasing a set of rays TE037 6061 in bronze for my car. Due to the demand of the original fitment for the car they are not available for the M2 (unknown wait) but are for the M4.

M2 size

19x9 offset 23 front
19x10 offset 34 rear

M4 size

19x9.5 offset 25 front
19.10.5 offset 34 rear

Does anyone know if the M4 size and offset will fit the M2 comp? If not what modifications if any will be needed ? I'm aware that the size of the brakes are an issue. They are being replaced with AP racing once they arrive.

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The M4 and the M2 share the exact same offsets with the OEM 437M wheels.
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The M4 and the M2 share the exact same offsets with the OEM 437M wheels.
Yea? I know they can handle a 295 rear tire. I don't know if the M2 can.
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Yea? I know they can handle a 295 rear tire. I don't know if the M2 can.
I run a 295 on 437s in the rear MPSS no rub

On front 265 MPSS, I had to trim a little bit of the bumper mounting bracket so no more rub
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I'm running on non Comp


TE37 Ultra Track Edition IIs
19x9 offset 23 front
19x10 offset 34 rear



I think the spokes on the TE37 are all the same-ish. Besides the comp brakes clearing issue for the comp. I think the widest tires you can go is 265 front and in the rear with stock camber would be 285 without rubbing on turn in and hard bumps maybe.

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