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      11-27-2019, 04:00 PM   #1
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Apex SM-10 wheels in satin black w/ Michelin snows for winter

Apex SM-10 wheels in satin black with Michelin snows for my winter set up here in New England. Bring on the snow!
Now let's see if I can figure out how to attach the photos...
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      11-28-2019, 05:10 AM   #2
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235/35 square setup ? Looks sporty!

Mine were fitted yesterday Apex EC-7 8.5J with 245(!)/35 square. A tad bigger sidewall, just a bit wider. Conti TS860 wintertyres.






Sorry to hijack your thread, but same brand of alloys

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      11-28-2019, 11:48 AM   #3
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You're not hijacking, just blending in!

Mine are 245 square.

Bad-ass black vs sophisticated silver
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Is it weird that I designate cars outfitted with black winter wheels as being in "Urban Assault Mode".
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Is it weird that I designate cars outfitted with black winter wheels as being in "Urban Assault Mode".
And my contribution.
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Is it weird that I designate cars outfitted with black winter wheels as being in "Urban Assault Mode".
I like it
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Apex wheels are legit!! Best bang for buck. I'd go Arc-8s for winters if I were doing winters
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Apex wheels are legit!! Best bang for buck. I'd go Arc-8s for winters if I were doing winters
Damn, I love those M3 coupes!!

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235/35 square setup ? Looks sporty!

Mine were fitted yesterday Apex EC-7 8.5J with 245(!)/35 square. A tad bigger sidewall, just a bit wider. Conti TS860 wintertyres.






Sorry to hijack your thread, but same brand of alloys

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Robin, where did you source Apex wheels in NL? Thx :
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Robin, where did you source Apex wheels in NL? Thx :
https://www.baanvelgen.com/nl/merken/apex-velgen

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Robin, where did you source Apex wheels in NL? Thx :
https://www.baanvelgen.com/nl/merken/apex-velgen

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What’s the offset on those wheels ?
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      12-13-2019, 01:15 PM   #14
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Um, not sure. Is that information on the wheel itself?

This might help...

https://www.apexraceparts.com/shop-b...-10-wheel.html

BTW, my family all live in Ottawa. Enjoy driving your M2C this winter!
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Size question

I recently joined the club and picked up an m2c on Saturday the 14th, 2 days ago.

I wanted to know if 19x9.5 +35 Fronts and 19x10.5 +25 Rears would work for our car without any need for spacers, etc?
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Looking good everyone, thanks for posting.

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I recently joined the club and picked up an m2c on Saturday the 14th, 2 days ago.

I wanted to know if 19x9.5 +35 Fronts and 19x10.5 +25 Rears would work for our car without any need for spacers, etc?
Congratulations on the acquisition. While others in this thread have posted their winter-specific setup, it sounds like you are looking for a staggered performance-oriented setup, is that correct?
We developed wheels specifically for the M2C, and you can find loads of information here:

https://f87.bimmerpost.com/forums/sh....php?t=1600433

We suggest the following:

Front - EC-7 19x9.5" ET28 - 265/30-19
Rear - EC-7 19x10.5" ET45 - 295/30-19

The 19x9.5" ET35 can also be used up front, but this offset positions the wheel a bit too close to the front struts, and therefore would require small 5mm spacers. This is precisely why we designed the 19x9.5" ET28, as it has optimum inner clearance and can be used spacer free.

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