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      04-18-2019, 12:43 PM   #1
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F30 335i xDrive Spacer Recommendations

Hey all,

I have a 2014 335i xDrive. Looking to put a set of spacers on with Msport wheels style 403m (19s, staggered) (they'll be upgraded later lol).

I need to know what spacers to go with to make it just flush with the body (right now the wheels go in slightly. Any suggestions?
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If you choose wheels with the proper offset... you dont need spacers.
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For the time being... use BMS. Their machine products are very nicely made.

http://www.burgertuning.com/BMW_wheel_spacers.html
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If you choose wheels with the proper offset... you dont need spacers.
Definitely, I'm looking into new wheels. For now I just want to get the wheels flush with the body.
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For the time being... use BMS. Their machine products are very nicely made.

http://www.burgertuning.com/BMW_wheel_spacers.html
Cool. What size would you say works best? I hear 8mm? But the back wheels are wider so I'm not sure
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I am running 245's all round on 403's and a 15mm spacer on the rear is a flush fit, the fronts only need a 5mm, i have them but not fitted as yet

Take care with anything less than 15mm on an x-drive as the hub flanges are around 12-13mm and you ideally want hub-centric spacers which means they must be thicker the flange
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