Yes, 10mm spacers all around to restore original offset and clear front struts, longer studs (cut to custom length), and also I'd recommend open-ended lug nuts so you can still swap back to stock wheels. A few months ago I clipped a really nasty pothole in a bad way and damaged the 2 wheels and tires on the right side. Thankfully, i could easily swap back to stock wheels and found another set of 4 identical mini cooper wheels with tires on craigslist for $200 total. If I only had my stock wheels, I would have had to pay like $400 for each wheel. And I'd have to wait for them to come. Also that day, I would have needed a flatbed tow home. So while it took some work to get these wheels to fit, it has really paid off for me.Don wrote:You did have to put a spacer behind the front wheels to make them clear the shock tower . . . . didn't you? What thickness? Need longer studs? No issues with the cars Regen system running those size tires?
I have a brand new set of those same exact wheels complete with "MINI" center caps in the BMW boxes that need to be mounted on something . . . .
Edit: Forgot to mention, regen has been working fine with my tire sizes.