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      10-29-2011, 05:24 AM   #1
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5x4,75"

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I was on ebay and found some wheels that i will buy, but these are in 5x4,75"

will these fit my bmw?
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What is the center bore, widths, and offset?
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What is the center bore, widths, and offset?
Its hub bored to 82

its 8x20 et 28 in the front and 10x20 et 32 at rear.
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I was on ebay and found some wheels that i will buy, but these are in 5x4,75"

will these fit my bmw?
5x4,75 is 5x120,65, but I don't know if that close enough for the 5x120 BMW bolt pattern.
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From what I've read they will fit but the main concern is possible added stress on the lug bolts I probably wouldnt try it. Their are adapters but then your offset would be too low. If you really want to make it work I'm sure you can but it's probably not worth it.
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120.65 has worked on some people as I have seen C4 corvette wheels on E36s. If you are worried about the bolt pattern, you can buy a set of wobble bolts that will make it work. I would try to find a hubring adaptor from 82mm->72.5(or something close). The rears will require a fender roll for clearance depending on tire size and if you are lowered or not.
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Just looked up wobble bolts seem like they would work perfectly. Good luck op be sure to post pics regardless of what you do
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