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Old 06-02-2022, 11:21 PM
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20"x10.5" BMW Factory Style 87 Wheels & Tires..

Hey guys, crazy question, I've been thinking about "squaring" up the X and wondered if anyone would entertain swapping Style 87s??


I would love to swap my two rear 20"x10.5" 87s with new, less than 1500 miles on them, 315/35R20 Proxes STIII, for someones two front 20"x9.5" Style 87s? My wheels are in good condition, not perfect, but not DAMN what happened to those bitches, either


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Old 06-14-2022, 12:30 AM
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Hey guys, crazy question, I've been thinking about "squaring" up the X and wondered if anyone would entertain swapping Style 87s??


I would love to swap my two rear 20"x10.5" 87s with new, less than 1500 miles on them, 315/35R20 Proxes STIII, for someones two front 20"x9.5" Style 87s? My wheels are in good condition, not perfect, but not DAMN what happened to those bitches, either


Feel free to PM, happy to send pics, etc, etc.


Thanks!

No one out there interested in running 4 x 20"x10.5" ?
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Old 06-14-2022, 11:27 PM
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If I had staggered 87s I would take you up on that offer. I went squared style 214s a while back and haven't looked back. I used the 20x11 all around and went with a 295/40R20. Not sure if the 315 would fit on the front without a spacer, I'm pretty close with the 295. But your wheels have a slightly different width and offset than mine.

You'll want spacers on your 9.5s in the rear though I'm quite sure.
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If I had staggered 87s I would take you up on that offer. I went squared style 214s a while back and haven't looked back. I used the 20x11 all around and went with a 295/40R20. Not sure if the 315 would fit on the front without a spacer, I'm pretty close with the 295. But your wheels have a slightly different width and offset than mine.

You'll want spacers on your 9.5s in the rear though I'm quite sure.

That's my thinking as well, square things up, add spacers front and rear as needed and enjoy the "maintanability" of having 4 of the same wheels and tires. I will happily "suffer" the offset in the slight loss in "performance" (if there is any) to be able to rotate


I am actually considering just buying 2 style 87 knock offs from my local Wheel Medic and going that route and just storing the OEM 10.50s until whenever..
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