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      11-18-2014, 08:51 AM   #1
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Spigot ring help

Hi guys,

I need some spigot rings to finish off my wheel/spacer woes.

The centre bore on the E90 is 72.5mm
The centre bore on my spacers is 78mm

Forgive me for being thick but what spigots do I need?

I haven't been able to locate any by searching those measurements on eBay.

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http://www.performancealloys.com/index.aspx

I've bought plenty of kit off them. They know their stuff...and supply spigot rings, I'm sure they'll advise you.
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Basically I'm guessing from what you've said the spacer moves around on the hub, due to the centre bore being too big on the inside of the spacer that fits over the hub centre bore?

If so you need a set of spigots that go from 78 to 72.5 (or probably more likely 72.6). But I would never recommend spigots for getting spacers to sit correctly.

You need a set of custom ones made as that is not a usual size differential if you definitely want to fit them.

Out of interest what spacers are these off/for? As nothing in the BMW range has that centre bore I believe (78)?
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