The BMW wheel style 267 is part of bmw’s lineup of original wheel styles.
The bmw Style 267 wheel is available in diameters of 21″ inches, with a bolt pattern of 5×120.
This is the original wheel style for the bmw series RR1, Drophead and Coupe, however it might fit other models given the specifications match below with the replacement wheel.The style given to this wheel is best described as Seven spoke.
BMW wheel style 267 Technical Specifications & Parts
BMW models for which the BMW wheel style 267 fits:
Will the BMW wheel style 267 fit on your BMW?
Bear in mind that it could be dangerous to run your BMW on tires or wheels they aren’t designed to fit. If you are unsure about your current wheel specifications, please check our BMW wheel fitment chart and guide
Insert your existing BMW wheel and tire dimensions, and the sizes of the BMW wheel style 267, and the outcome will be shown on the diagram. The strut shown in the diagram below is for illustration purpose only.
YOUR EXISTING SETUP
Above values are only examples! If unsure of your current wheel size? Check here!
YOUR NEW SETUP
Above values are only examples! Change values to view fittment.
are automatically applied below
The diagram is only for show to help you visualize your tires and wheel fitment of your new setup.
Tire Width - The width of your tire in millimeters. 195/55ZR15
Tire Profile - The ratio of tire wall width to tire width. 195/55ZR15
Tire Diameter - The diameter of your wheels in inches. 195/55ZR15
Offset - the distance from the center of the wheel to the mounting face in mm. ET20
Rim Width - The width of your rims in inches. 7.5JX17
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What is the recommended tire pressure for the BMW wheel style 267?
The tire pressure for the BMW wheel style 267 will depend on your BMW model. Most BMW models like the and the , have a recommended tire pressure of 32 PSI (2.2 Bar). However, you should always double-check this for your specific BMW model. You can find out the recommended tire pressure for your BMW, by checking the the sticker on the inside edge of the driver’s door or, check your owner’s manual if you still have the same type of tires that came with the vehicle.