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Old 06-29-2004, 07:22 PM   #1
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My Ride: 330 CI
Exclamation New M5 wheels for my 330ci

I just bought wheels for my 2001 330ci, they are 18x8.0 all around and have 225/40-18 tires all around. You can see them here:

they are the: OE Performance 260 18X8.0 in (M5 replicas, look like m3 evo's)

Ever since, there has been a slight shaking back and forth in my steering wheel, and it happens sporadically, usually when I'm not accelerating. Can someone tell me if this is a problem with my tire size? Do I need 255/35 in the rear?

I just had it alligned at the dealership and they torqued the bolts right and checked the tire pressure.

I dont think I need hub-centric rings because the difference between the hub and wheel is about as thin as a pepsi can.

Please help!!
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