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I stand corrected. :) (archive)

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Posted by KevinS on June 07, 2000 at 12:24:34:

In Reply to: UMMM.. NO. Not a direct fit. (more) posted by Post on June 07, 2000 at 11:43:00:

: My dad has a 91 M5 w/the throwing star rims.. and one day as we were working in the garage.. I thought--hey lets throw a couple on my car to see how they look!

: The back fit great, but the front brakes did not clear the rim. So, unless you have different brakes, I think you would need a spacer.

: -Jack

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: : :
: : : wheels need a hub centric ring since our cars use the hub to center the wheel not the lugs.

: : : Kev

: : : PS - Do you have a set of throwing stars, or a line on a set?

: : : I had a set of 91 M5 wheels on my 90 M3 and it was not direct fit on the front.I needed hub centric spacers for them.They were about a 1/4" thick.




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