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      06-17-2015, 02:23 PM   #1
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BMW Style 313 19" on a F30?

Hi, All,
I am thinking about getting rid my runcraps on the 17" rim it comes with and found some 313 style 19" wheels for a decent price.

The BMW style 313 was designed for E92 with the following spec according to
Part #: 36116787648 (36-11-6-787-648) (19 x 9) ET39
Part #: 36116787647 (36-11-6-787-647) (19 x 8) ET37

I was wondering what other purchase I need to make besides tires for this set of wheels to fit on my F30 328i? Do I just need some pacers?

The original OEM specs for the 19" are:
19" Double Spoke Style 401
19x8" ET36 225/40/R19 front
19x8.5" ET47 255/35/R19 rear

On a related note, what do you guys think about having 313 on a F30? Here is what they looked like on E92

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Just remember to use the bolts from your F30, different size compared to E90.

No need for spacers.
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Just remember to use the bolts from your F30, different size compared to E90.

No need for spacers.
Hi, Thanks for the help. Typically, what is the differences before the rims before a spacer is needed?
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Hi, Thanks for the help. Typically, what is the differences before the rims before a spacer is needed?
Your front wheels have essentially the same offset as the F30. The rears will extend out 14mm beyond the OEM fitment which is just about what many people aim for. You might decide to put ~10-12mm spacers on the front to match once you see how things line up.
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Would you like to use OEM tire sizes?

You can also fit 235/35-19 front and 255/35-19 rear or 245/35-19 front and 265/35-19 rear on 8 and 9" wide wheels. 235/255 or 245/265 tires will make the front look a bit wider without need of spacers.
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You will need 10mm spacers upfront to clear front brakes on a F30 335i/ix. On a F30 328i/ix I think you should be fine as the front brakes are smaller. The fronts actually look nicer with 10mm spacers as the stock 313 sit a bit too far into the wheel well, imho. Everything else is perfect, the rears will almost be flush.

I was running the oem 313 setup in the winter with blizzak LM60 in oem tire 225/35/19 front and 255/30/19 rear.


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You will need 10mm spacers upfront to clear front brakes on a F30 335i/ix. On a F30 328i/ix I think you should be fine as the front brakes are smaller. The fronts actually look nicer with 10mm spacers as the stock 313 sit a bit too far into the wheel well, imho. Everything else is perfect, the rears will almost be flush.

I was running the oem 313 setup in the winter with blizzak LM60 in oem tire 225/35/19 front and 255/30/19 rear.
I think your car looks really good. I was afraid they are a bit "Mercedez" looking, but seeing the picture make it look really nice. BTW, can you PLEASE PLEASE post more pics with them on your car?
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Would you like to use OEM tire sizes?

You can also fit 235/35-19 front and 255/35-19 rear or 245/35-19 front and 265/35-19 rear on 8 and 9" wide wheels. 235/255 or 245/265 tires will make the front look a bit wider without need of spacers.
I wanted to go OEM size tires on these wheels but having wider tires is a good idea.
Thanks for the tip.
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F30 looks really nice with these wheels! how much are these
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F30 looks really nice with these wheels! how much are these
For just the wheels, the seller was asking for about $1000 for a brand new never mounted set without any extras (TPMS, CAPs etc). He claimed they are the OEM wheels and not replicas, I haven't had a chance to go and take a look yet. If anybody else is interested and I don't buy it, I may be able to buy and ship it. I haven't seen many of them on F30s yet, but tons of pictures online with them on E9x.
Here is a few with 18"s on a Russian Forum, the 19" will be bigger and more aggressive of course.


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F30 looks really nice with these wheels! how much are these
For just the wheels, the seller was asking for about $1000 for a brand new never mounted set without any extras (TPMS, CAPs etc). He claimed they are the OEM wheels and not replicas, I haven't had a chance to go and take a look yet. If anybody else is interested and I don't buy it, I may be able to buy and ship it. I haven't seen many of them on F30s yet, but tons of pictures online with them on E9x.
Here is a few with 18"s on a Russian Forum, the 19" will be bigger and more aggressive of course.


Please Post pics if it works. I think the size and offset of thesewheels are perfect for my taste. Front should be approx the same as the oem f30. Rears is actually more aggressive but will line up to the fender flush. For me the perfect rear using the OEM 8.5 ET47 will be to add 12-15mm spacers which should approx what you get for the 9 ET39 wheel size
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@jondaman did yo get it? how was the fitment saw this in person yesterday but nit on an f30 looks really nice
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You will need 10mm spacers upfront to clear front brakes on a F30 335i/ix. On a F30 328i/ix I think you should be fine as the front brakes are smaller. The fronts actually look nicer with 10mm spacers as the stock 313 sit a bit too far into the wheel well, imho. Everything else is perfect, the rears will almost be flush.

I was running the oem 313 setup in the winter with blizzak LM60 in oem tire 225/35/19 front and 255/30/19 rear.

@MMOTION no issues on fitment? according to bmw site it only fits E series
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I had the 18" 313 wheels on for my summer set up on my E90. I did a test fit this morning on my F36 435 that I'm planning to put winter rubber on. They clear the brakes without issue. I don't have the M-sport brake option on my car though.
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@MMOTION no issues on fitment? according to bmw site it only fits E series
Aside from needing to run 10mm spacers upfront to clear my brake calipers, no issues whatsoever.
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Aside from needing to run 10mm spacers upfront to clear my brake calipers, no issues whatsoever.
...it could also be an alternative to use the M313 from the Z4 as they have an other offset which should save the spacers.

Front 8"x19" ET29
Rear 9"x19" ET40
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I had the 18" 313 wheels on for my summer set up on my E90. I did a test fit this morning on my F36 435 that I'm planning to put winter rubber on. They clear the brakes without issue. I don't have the M-sport brake option on my car though.
Thanks for doing that man. It was great look car! I am loving the wheels on the AW.
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...it could also be an alternative to use the M313 from the Z4 as they have an other offset which should save the spacers.

Front 8"x19" ET29
Rear 9"x19" ET40
Only way to find out is to test fit, but I think spacers would probably still be needed. The stock offsets of my M313 which came off a e92 335is is 19x8 +34. With 10mm spacers (which would put me at 19x8 +24), i'm literally just clearing the front brakes.
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Only way to find out is to test fit, but I think spacers would probably still be needed. The stock offsets of my M313 which came off a e92 335is is 19x8 +34. With 10mm spacers (which would put me at 19x8 +24), i'm literally just clearing the front brakes.
...are you sure that you have ET 34 on the 19". As far as I know the 8"x19" have ET37, only 18" is available with ET34. In that case it would be wirh spacers ET27 vs. ET29.
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@jondaman did yo get it? how was the fitment saw this in person yesterday but nit on an f30 looks really nice
Still haven't yet, seems like people in these cars are busy worker bees. I couln't get together to check them out at all. He had two sets, the first set are the brand new unmounted ones are gone, but the second set with the E90 TPMS and Runflats are still available.
I want to get rid of the run flats so I am not interested in buying the tires, the TPMS will not fit neither, after telling him that, seems like he lost interest in selling them to me
I will bug him some more, but holiday is coming up now...
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...are you sure that you have ET 34 on the 19". As far as I know the 8"x19" have ET37, only 18" is available with ET34. In that case it would be wirh spacers ET27 vs. ET29.
Sorry, you're absolutely correct! My specs are 19x8 +37 front and 19x9 +39 rear. So with the 10mm spacers upfront, that would put the front setup at 19x8 +27 which still just barely clears the front calipers.

I think you might be able to get away at +29 (only 2mm difference) but I still wouldn't guarantee it.
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@jondaman did yo get it? how was the fitment saw this in person yesterday but nit on an f30 looks really nice
Still haven't yet, seems like people in these cars are busy worker bees. I couln't get together to check them out at all. He had two sets, the first set are the brand new unmounted ones are gone, but the second set with the E90 TPMS and Runflats are still available.
I want to get rid of the run flats so I am not interested in buying the tires, the TPMS will not fit neither, after telling him that, seems like he lost interest in selling them to me
I will bug him some more, but holiday is coming up now...
goodluck! post pics if you get these. like i said these really look nice in person. on my opinion the concativity is just right for f30s
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