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      04-11-2013, 07:41 PM   #7
BMWM.D.
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Originally Posted by thejackyltm View Post
what hubcentric rings? They were "ride matched" so im assuming road force balanced? lol not quite sure never really heard that term..
A lot of aftermarket wheels need centering rings so the wheel fits the hub properly. BMW wheels are 'hubcentric', meaning the hub is supposed to center the wheel -- not the lugs.

Are these OEM wheels or aftermarket?

If the wheels ARE centered properly, the next step would be to take them to a shop with a Hunter Road Force machine and someone who really knows how to use it's features. It's possible your new wheels just have excessive runout/road force, even though they are balanced properly.
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