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      04-26-2012, 12:33 PM   #5
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Originally Posted by Hey Ant View Post
82mm seems quite large, you may want to measure them again with your caliper tool. Here is a chart you can refer to and I never seen an 82mm center bore before.

3 E36/M3 91 to 99 5x120 35 to 42offsets 72.6
3 E46/Z3 1.8 after 98 5x120 35 to 45offsets 72.6
3 Series E30 86 to 91 4x100 15 to 18offsets 72.6
5 Series E34 87 to 95 5x120 15 to 24offsets 72.6
5 Series E39 95 to 03 5x120 15 to 24offsets 74.1
5 Series E60 after 03 5x120 15 to 24offsets 72.6
7 Series E32 87 to 94 5x120 15 to 24offsets 72.6
7 Series E38 94 to 02 5x120 15 to 24offsets 72.6
7 Series E65 after 02 5x120 15 to 24offsets 72.6
8 Series E31 90 to 99 5x120 15 to 24 72.6
M3 E30 89 to 92 5x120 15 to 25offsets 72.6
M3 E46 after 00 5x120 15 to 40offsets 72.6
M5 Series E39 after 99 5x120 15 to 24offsets 74.1
X5 after 00 5x120 50offsets 72.6
Z4 after 03 5x120 37 to 45offsets 72.6

If the person you bought the rims from own an E92, there's a slight possibility that the rims may need to be balanced properly with Road Force.
Yeah, it seems that the rims weren't originally for an E92 if the center bore of the wheel is so big. I'll try measuring it tonight with a caliper tool.

Thanks for all the help.
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