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Unread 11-20-2010, 12:14 AM   #3

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Originally Posted by HyeTide View Post
Yes, but you need a 57.1 mm hub bore or use hub rings or you will get wheel vibration , also the correct offset of the wheels which are marked on the backside of the wheels. GL.
It's true, improper installation of bmw wheels could result to vibration. As we all know, this is not good for our cars. I suggest checking the size or your old wheels first before trying to fit any unit on it. You may consider the hub rings and the bore in order to come up with good results. If you have no idea about the installation, you may read some guides on the internet today or better call for the local handy man near your place.

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