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BMW M6 Wheel Bolt Pattern

M6

Year Bolt patterns
2013 5 bolts with 12 mm x 1.5 in lug nuts and with 120 mm pitch circle diameter. Medium Positive Offset 20 mm (for rear-wheel drive)
2012 5 bolts with 12 mm x 1.5 in lug nuts and with 120 mm pitch circle diameter. Medium Positive Offset 20 mm (for rear-wheel drive)
2011 5 bolts with 12 mm x 1.5 in lug nuts and with 120 mm pitch circle diameter. Medium Positive Offset 20 mm (for rear-wheel drive)
2010 5 bolts with 12 mm x 1.5 in lug nuts and with 120 mm pitch circle diameter. Medium Positive Offset 20 mm (for rear-wheel drive)
2009 5 bolts with 12 mm x 1.5 in lug nuts and with 120 mm pitch circle diameter. Medium Positive Offset 20 mm (for rear-wheel drive)
2008 5 bolts with 12 mm x 1.5 in lug nuts and with 120 mm pitch circle diameter. Medium Positive Offset 20 mm (for rear-wheel drive)
2007 5 bolts with 12 mm x 1.5 in lug nuts and with 120 mm pitch circle diameter. Medium Positive Offset 20 mm (for rear-wheel drive)
2006 5 bolts with 12 mm x 1.5 in lug nuts and with 120 mm pitch circle diameter. Medium Positive Offset 20 mm (for rear-wheel drive)
2005 5 bolts with 12 mm x 1.5 in lug nuts and with 120 mm pitch circle diameter. Medium Positive Offset 20 mm (for rear-wheel drive)

It’s a good idea to use BMW’s original bolts for M6 of 2012 year. It’s important for BMW M6 owners to know that to fasten rims you need 20 mm . You can’t make it on 2009 M6 with any other kind of fastening.

And to fasten a wheel use only Medium Positive Offset. All fastening types for BMW cars in model M6 is important to be efficient.

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