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      06-01-2015, 07:25 AM   #1
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Arrow M4 Rims (437M) on F30 FINALLY!!!!! added more pics to pg3

So, as most of you would know, I been looking into getting M4 rims for my F30 but never pulled the trigger because there were non-local sellers. I found a said in BK-NY (from f80post seller: sunspeed great guy by the way!) Drove down there today and installed them...

He had two sets, silver ones on car, black/silver ones without tires installed... So we tried silvers from his car to see the fitment of stock m4 tires.

Here is the process:

First fitment test with stock m4 tires (275 rears, 255 fronts) they were both sticking out, I drove around the block, it did no scrape BUT it is guaranteed that they would.. See Pics...


I ended up purchasing black/machined faced ones, put my stock tires from style 403M....
Fronts 225/35/19
Rears 255/40/19
Both tires looks slightly stretched... Also rears look like they might scrape if I had 5 people in the car.. But I drove up to CT from NYwith them, trunk had two large jacks, and I had 403M rims inside, even tho it had some weight with those, it did not scrape!!!

I have to test and see if it would scrape if I have 5 people in there.. IF IT does I will trade rears for two fronts and do a square setup... I will keep everyone update.

And sorry for the iphone pics. I will take more when we get sun come back out
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      06-01-2015, 08:28 AM   #2
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looks so sick, i just bought rims and now i want these after seeing them on yours hahaha oh man the struggles
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      06-01-2015, 06:47 PM   #3
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nice!! i cant tell from the pics but so with your stock tires, it is a flush fitment then (front and rear)?
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      06-02-2015, 12:42 AM   #4
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cant wait for more pictures!!!
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Looks great!!
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Any more info on the setup? I always thought these were too wide or too low offset for the F30 front.

Lowered?
Spacers?
Fenders rolled?
Camber plates?
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Any more info on the setup? I always thought these were too wide or too low offset for the F30 front.

Lowered?
Spacers?
Fenders rolled?
Camber plates?
They are.

The M4 wheels are NOT proper fitting wheels. Sure, they'll bolt up, and if you just want stance, yeah, they can be made to work.

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      06-02-2015, 12:05 PM   #9
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Would hardly consider 225/255 slightly stretched on 9/10" wheels. These wheels were not made to fit the f30 or f32. pokes like a sore thumb.
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      06-02-2015, 12:53 PM   #10
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update:

I been driving it since sunday, coming back from NY I had 2 big garage jacks, and 4 stock rims in the back, probably around 150-200lbs. Did not scrape once. I will have few heavy duty people sit in the back and try it that way later this week..
weather has been cold and rainy in CT past few days, I will take some better photos tomorrow.

-Car is lowered on H&R springs, will be doing shocks soon..
-no spacers
-no camber plates
-no fender rolls

Fronts will not have any issues at all, it is guaranteed. Square setup would be perfect on F30. I'm thinking of keeping this setup UNLESS the backs rub when I have people sit in the back (I will update on that).

Tires do look stretched a little, not horrible tho, it looks good to me. 235/265 combo would be perfect fit.

Here are few more pictures for the tires and how they sit.
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      06-02-2015, 02:51 PM   #11
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Here is the car with 720lbs in the back..there is about half a finger gap between the tire and the fender.. i tied to bounce the back and still did not rub.. looks like I'm keeping this setup
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Here is the car with 720lbs in the back..there is about half a finger gap between the tire and the fender.. i tied to bounce the back and still did not rub.. looks like I'm keeping this setup
LOL, great way to test it.
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How much did you get these rims for???
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      06-12-2015, 01:58 AM   #14
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How much did you get these rims for???
2000$ rims only
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very nice, thanks for sharing
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Excellent look!
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There are some fitting issues, i can see. but these rims are looking really great on it.
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      06-22-2015, 10:36 AM   #19
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cant get over how awesome these look!
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Loving the 437M setup! There is enough material in the back hub of the wheels that you can always mill/shave off a few mm safely if you run into rubbing issues.

However, stock 437M specs are 19x9 +29 and 19x10 +40 which is honestly perfect flush offsets for F30. With the tires you're running you're fine. =)

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      06-23-2015, 11:24 AM   #21
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So the rims are OEM m4? Aren't they too wide for the car and the f30 stock tires?
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Looks great love these wheels!
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