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Old 22nd June 2018, 04:05 PM   #41
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PFS, precision fitment system, common on bbs, hartge and ac schnitzer rims. basically the centrebore has a 82mm diameter and you can lower with spigot ings to 74.1 or 72.5 so can fit all bmw's. my lm's have them. new ones can be bough real cheap too circa £10 a set
I bought a set from bbs and I think they charged me 50 quid. The genuine ones are metal and have various number stamped on them. Come with big c clips too.
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Old 22nd June 2018, 05:56 PM   #42
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Metal eBay ones.
https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?m...2F291796797584

genuine ones from a uk bbs dealer for £40 bucks.
http://www.pwmotorsport.com/pr,64,bb...got-rings.html
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Old 22nd June 2018, 10:09 PM   #43
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I think heís asking do they require a spigot ring to fit or is the centre bore correct for the hub
Ah yes, I know them as spigot rings. Yes you will need those. Centre bore is 82mm off the top of my head
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Old 23rd June 2018, 11:04 AM   #44
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I keep looking at these and Iím sorely tempted. What tyre sizes did you run?
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I keep looking at these and Iím sorely tempted. What tyre sizes did you run?
Iíve never actually put them on my car! I got them, then had them refurbished and then soon after I had a life changing bill from Redish!

Need to sell these to go towards that bill. Really donít want to, but needs must! They are an absolutely awesome set of wheels. I have been looking for a set for so long, they are an ultra rare iconic wheel. They are the wheel that Apex copied with their ARC-8, but are lighter and stronger. Plus with the centre cap they have that exclusivity and everyone knows you are a man of taste!

Tyre wise you have quite a few options. Fronts can be anything from 225 to 245 wide. Rears: 255-275 wide
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love a life changing bill haha.

Yeah I was looking at your ad but tyre sizing is difficult currently on 19 csl reps with the standard 19 wheel tyre sizes ie 255 & 225 iirc? I prefer a slightly through narrower tyre generally (although Iím sure Iíll get berated for it) and was hoping 18Ē tyres might be cheaper and thus help the man maths. What profile would you suggest for 235 & 265 / 225 & 265?
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love a life changing bill haha.
My credit card didn't! Not so much of a flexible friend anymore

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Yeah I was looking at your ad but tyre sizing is difficult currently on 19 csl reps with the standard 19 wheel tyre sizes ie 255 & 225 iirc? I prefer a slightly through narrower tyre generally (although Iím sure Iíll get berated for it) and was hoping 18Ē tyres might be cheaper and thus help the man maths. What profile would you suggest for 235 & 265 / 225 & 265?
The standard BMW OE 18" tyre sizes are: 225x45x18 Front and 255x40x18 Rear.

If you wanted, you could run that same front tyre size. On the rear you could run a 265x40x18
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