Fitment guide

BMW F06 F12 F13 M6 Wheel & Tire Fitment Guide

Originally published | 05/19/2023
Updated | 05/25/2023

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Vehicle Covered in this Guide 2012-2018 F06 (Gran Coupé), F12 (convertible), and F13 (coupe) BMW M6. Fitment is identical between all models.

Available Wheel Designs

Bolt Pattern




Lug Seat

60° Conical Seat

Lug Thread Pitch


Performance Street and Track Wheel Fitment

Wider fitments for enhanced performance

Performance Street/Track Fitments

Most M6 models are equipped with 20" wheels from the factory. These 19" fitments will reduce rotational mass and support a wide range of popular performance tires while maintaining great brake clearance.

Staggered Setups Maintains stock-like handling characteristics, tires can only be rotated left to right. Maximizes both front and rear tire width.

EC-7 Design

Front: 19x9.5" ET28 or ET33 with 265/40-19 tires

Rear: 19x10.5" ET22 with 295/35-19 tires SM-10 Design

Front: 19x9.5" ET22 with 265/40-19 tires

Rear: 19x10.5" ET22 - 295/35-19

  • Front negative camber recommended to prevent rubbing. ARC-8 Design

Front: 19x9.5" ET33 - 265/40-19 

Rear: 19x10.5" ET22 - 295/35-19

  • Front 19x9.5" ET22 can also be used with camber plates installed and negative camber dialed in.

Additional Resources

Concavity & Face Profiles

Each of our wheel designs is available in two or three different levels of concavity, which we call Profiles. The Profile is dictated by the width and offset, meaning wide lower-offset wheels will have more concavity, while narrow higher-offset wheels will have less concavity.

Identifying Suspension Types

If you’re using coilovers, see the image below to identify which type of coilover spring you have, as it may effect your wheel fitment.

Aftermarket Suspensions Known To Reduce Inner Clearance (includes but not limited to):

  • Bilstein PSS9 & PSS10
  • KW Height-Adjustable Spring (HAS) kit
  • KW Variants
  • KW Clubsports
  • Öhlins Road & Track

Whether you are a casual weekend track warrior that still enjoys your car on the street, or a hard core racer competing for a spot on the podium, negative camber is a vital part of chassis setup that has many benefits. Not only will adding negative camber create more room for wider wheel and tire configurations, it more importantly improves handling, turn-in and tire longevity. Learn more in our blog article, The Positives of Negative Camber.

Big Brake Kit Clearances

We have tested many brake kits with the wheels listed in this guide. Please email us with any questions related to brake clearance, we’ll be happy to help.

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