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Old 12-23-2012, 09:02 PM
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Mein Auto: 2012 F30
2012 f30 rim fitment

Hello,


Just need some advice regarding fitment on my 2012 328i. Are the specs below going to fit my f30 with no issues? Any advice is well appreciated. Thanks!

100% Brand New - Volk Racing (Rays) - HOMURA 2x8GT - Matt Graphite , a set of 4 wheels


- Front (Face 1): 19x8.5" +36 offset (Approx. 22 lbs)

- Rear (Face 2): 19x9.5" +36 offset (Approx. 23 lbs)

- Bolt pattern 5x120

- Cast 1 pc. Wheel

- JWL+R Spec 1

- Hub bore size: 75mm

- Come with valve stems & Center Caps
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Old 12-27-2012, 10:36 PM
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Hello,

- Hub bore size: 75mm
Your HUB size is 72.56mm on the front and rear of the 2012 F30 3 Series. Putting the larger bore hub over the smaller BMW hub will require hub-centric rings/adapters or there could be vibration at highway speeds or other problems.

I suggest checking with the rim manufacturers to see what wheels sizes are right for your car then go from there. Getting wheels with the correct hub bore is important on a BMW or any german car in my opinion.
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