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      01-27-2013, 11:27 AM   #1
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Arrow ***** 74.1mm to 72.56mm Hub Centric???

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I looking to purchase some wheels that have a 74.1 bore hub (E39) can they be converted to 72.56 (E92)??? Has anyone used Hub Centric Ring adapters. I posted a link of the Hub Centric Ring adapters below. Any help will be appreciated thanks guys.

19x9.5 fronts
19x10.5 rears

http://www.sonictuning.com/misc/74-1...-set-of-4.html
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      01-27-2013, 12:11 PM   #2
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Yes, those should work fine...more importantly, what are the offsets on the new wheels?
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Yes, those should work fine...more importantly, what are the offsets on the new wheels?

Front 9.5 x 19 et22
Rear 10.5 x 19 et20

I might have to roll my rear fenders. I'm going to run 235 front and 265 rear on my e92 non-m.
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I think this is going to look pretty good. Your fronts should stick out about 9mm and rears about 11mm. How low are you? and which wheels?
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Any pictures of the wheels fitted? Thanks
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