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Aftermarket wheels for refreshed model s?


Active Member
Dec 26, 2018
There's a giant thread with hundreds of suggestions.

But my vote is Vossen HF-4T


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Global Vendor
Jan 25, 2019
I just registered for this forum to find out the same information.😅

Does anyone know the exact measurements for the updated Arachnid wheels? I'm debating what wheels to order because my plaid came with the tempest.

New OEM 21" Arachnid:

21x9.5 ET40 (265/35/21)
21x10.5 ET45 (295/30/21)

Wheel Weight:
32.4lb each
35.6lb each

Wheel + Tire weight:
60.0 lb each
65.4 lb each

We have helped over 60+ Plaid owners getting their setup dialed in based on their preference. If you ever need a set build for your Plaid, feel free to message us.

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Mar 31, 2016
I been looking for a square setup and I trying to figure the proper offset for our cars. I see many aftermarket options from BMW's that are off the shelf instead of having to go with a custom setup at good price. I would need to run hub centric rings which is not a big deal since the wheel is centered by the conical lug holes/nuts.

What would be the best offset for a 19x10.5 setup? I see many +45 and +40 options the +45 match the stock rears. The is some nice stock OEM BMW wheels that are forged and can be had for cheap that are 19x10 +40 same poke out as the stock rears.

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