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Old 08-08-2005, 09:15 AM
DrunknMunky DrunknMunky is offline
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???? between 04 M3 & 05 Convertible. M3

Are the calipers or rotors any different from a 2004 M3 & a Convertible 2005 M3?

Reason im asking is because I used to have a 2004 M3 with 20' inch wheels. I kept those 20' wheels and now I own a 2005 convertible M3. I took the car and wheels to a shop to get the rims put on and they would not fit my 05 M3.... ?????

Any help????


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