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Wheels and tires for your BMW. Stock and aftermarket wheels, tires, spacers, lug bolts, center caps, etc....

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Old 11-11-2012, 11:00 AM   #21
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What do you mean when you said 5x120 (inserted)? And what is needed to get the center bore to work? I'm at 72.6.. Some sort of sleeve?

Dream wheels...checking funds in the morning... Stay tuned.
pic below show the inserted lug holes. these wheels use to be 5x114, and now pressed with steel inserts to be 5x120. this is professional done!! and if i didn't tell u, u wouldn't be able to tell

as for the 73mm cb, that's only .4mm bigger. do u know who big that is?? that's the amt of rust that's on ur hub!!! 73mm is a perfect fit imo.



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Old 11-14-2012, 02:27 AM   #22
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Old 11-14-2012, 04:44 AM   #23
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Old 11-14-2012, 10:31 PM   #24
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Old 11-20-2012, 01:29 AM   #25
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Old 12-01-2012, 02:54 PM   #26
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Bump for some nice wheels... Putting a set on my e39 M
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Old 12-01-2012, 10:41 PM   #27
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Praise god. I want to buy these so badly, but I'll be skinned for dropping that much on wheels. Good luck man, Lots of people want those wheels.
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Old 12-01-2012, 11:57 PM   #29
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Praise god. I want to buy these so badly, but I'll be skinned for dropping that much on wheels. Good luck man, Lots of people want those wheels.
I see ur Sig shows you're looking for some wheels?!

If you're really serious and really want these wheels, this is ur chance sir!!!

U got PayPal ready?! Text me right now and ill hook u up!!

310.999.four.six.six.four
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Will do. Getting my rears made to 10.5"..... Had the same idea with the gold bolts as my car is carbon black with Carmel interior...
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If you're really serious and really want these wheels, this is ur chance sir!!!

U got PayPal ready?! Text me right now and ill hook u up!!

310.999.four.six.six.four
i doubt a guy with a 12 yr old car and just joined has that kind of coin
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DAM! This is what I need...Sux I have to sell my wheels first!
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An e46 centerbore is 72.6. Would be nice to let members know some modification is required for these to fit.

Either way these are very very nice wheels. GL with the sale.
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Old 12-02-2012, 01:14 AM   #34
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as for the 73mm cb, that's only .4mm bigger. do u know who big that is?? that's the amt of rust that's on ur hub!!! 73mm is a perfect fit imo.

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Correct my if Im wrong, but the CB is 73.1mm, yea? Thats .5mm's. But thats irrelevant.

.5mm... 2mm's. Does not matter, you are no longer hub centric.

Im not even sure if you can get a 72.56 to 73.1 mm ring, might have to open them up to 74.1 and get rings for 72.56 - 74.1

I hate to call you out dude, I love your work but I would have thought some one that deals with as many wheels as you would have known something like that?
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The centerbore on the e46 is 72.6. Sure these wheels might fit, but our e46's are HUB-centric, meaning they rely on the hub to stay centered. If our cars were lug centric then this wouldn't be a problem. And yes, 4mm isn't something to play around with at 80mph on the highway.

Nevertheless, they can be centered using hub rings. I just wanted to point this out so people are aware of what they are buying.

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Old 12-02-2012, 01:38 AM   #36
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Correct my if Im wrong, but the CB is 73.1mm, yea? Thats .5mm's. But thats irrelevant.

.5mm... 2mm's. Does not matter, you are no longer hub centric.

Im not even sure if you can get a 72.56 to 73.1 mm ring, might have to open them up to 74.1 and get rings for 72.56 - 74.1

I hate to call you out dude, I love your work but I would have thought some one that deals with as many wheels as you would have known something like that?
Thanks for ur input fellas...

But having a CB of 73mm on our cars ain't sh1t. That's a difference of .4mm, which is .2mm on each side. That's the size of my boogers bro!! I have better luck on fitting that, than I do with 72.56mm.

All of the wheels that ive sold with those CB including all my CCWs (owner of CCW approved) have had NO problem and issues whatsoever. So, Imma continue doing what I do. if u like, u like... and if u don't, sorry
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The centerbore on the e46 is 72.6. Sure these wheels might fit, but our e46's are HUB-centric, meaning they rely on the hub to stay centered. If our cars were lug centric then this wouldn't be a problem. And yes, 4mm isn't something to play around with at 80mph on the highway.

Nevertheless, they can be centered using hub rings. I just wanted to point this out so people are aware of what they are buying.
Yes, I would have to agree that 4mm is a lot....but this is not 4mm, it's .4mm!!! Again, that's .2mm on each side. That's as thick as ur credit card. Say what u want, these wheels hugs the hub!!!
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Yes, I would have to agree that 4mm is a lot....but this is not 4mm, it's .4mm!!! Again, that's .2mm on each side. That's as thick as ur credit card. Say what u want, these wheels hugs the hub!!!
They will work fine. Having hub 72.56 is so tight on hub u have to bang the wheel of the hub....
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