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Old 07-09-2009, 06:25 AM
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e46 wheel bolt pattern same as e90?

I have a 2000 e46 SP/PP/5spd RWD sedan and use a seperate set of snow rims in the winter. I'm looking at a new e90 (2009) and would like to re-use my snow rims (alloys) on the new 328 sedan.

The existing snow rims/tires are 16 inch (225/50/16) and are the OEM rims from the 2000 model year spork package (I mounted snows on those wheels and got some different rims to run summer tires on.)

The new e90 will probably not have sport package so all 4 wheels are the same size vs. different front/rear sizes. Not sure if the bolt pattern in the same on e46 vs e90, nor if the existing 16 inch snows will be large enough to avoid the brakes. I'm hoping they are the same so I can re-use the existing snow rims.

Can anybody confirm or deny? Thanks.
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