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Old 11-17-2010, 06:08 PM
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The hub bore is different. BMW wheels are 'hub centric' which means that the hub is a close fit, and locates the wheel.
Thank you. This is bad news, but thanks. I really liked the design of 298M (as a winter set). Is style 209 the only option for X5 4.8 for winter?

By the way, is 298M setup staggered, maybe I can use the front wheels or the rear wheels only?
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Is style 209 the only option for X5 4.8 for winter?
My winter wheels are Style 210 on my X5 48. I don't love them, but I got a great deal from the dealer.
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Does anyone know if the BMW Style 223M wheel will fit the 2011 X5 with M Sport Package for winter use?
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Does anyone know if the BMW Style 223M wheel will fit the 2011 X5 with M Sport Package for winter use?
Isn't the 223M the standard 19" wheel that comes with the M Sport Package?
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Not in the USA. The standard 2011 M-Sport wheel on the xDrive35i Sport Activity is the 20" Style 333M, The non M-Sport 2011 X5 xDrive35i Sport Activity has an option for the Style 335 which is a 19" wheel.

I decided to go with the Style 335 and the Pirelli Scorpion Ice & Snow RFT 255/50R19s all around for the winter.
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I had my 210's (winter setup) put on today. I prefer the look of the 227M's, but they just don't work for the winter! The 210's would probably look better with spacers, but I'll deal with the look until the end of March.

UPDATE: 12/20/11 see post #25 for my new Winter setup
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Very nice. What kind of wheels are those? Clearly, it looks way better than BMW recommended setup for X5 - 18 ' Style 209 and Dunlop Grandtrek WT M3 ROF RunFlat.
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Very nice. What kind of wheels are those? Clearly, it looks way better than BMW recommended setup for X5 - 18 ' Style 209 and Dunlop Grandtrek WT M3 ROF RunFlat.
Are those Style 167M from M6 or M5 ? How you were able to fit them (the offset) ?
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Are those Style 167M from M6 or M5 ? How you were able to fit them (the offset) ?
Those are M6 replicas. They are all over ebay.
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