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    1. Junior Member peace out rabbit's Avatar
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      06-29-2020 02:28 AM #1
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      found these for sale locally. Wondering if they would fit. I believe they are 5x120 15' wheel.
      Last edited by peace out rabbit; 06-29-2020 at 02:50 AM.

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      06-29-2020 10:17 AM #2
      Not without adapters or converting the car to 5 lug...

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      06-29-2020 01:15 PM #3
      thank for the reply. I'm concerned with the width of the wheel. Any recommendations for adaptors?

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      06-30-2020 09:17 AM #4
      My opinion... there are so many 4x100 wheels to choose from I'd skip anything that wasn't 4x100 unless I already had them laying around.
      Proper spacers aren't cheap and they also are relatively thick causing even less offset flexibility.

    7. 06-30-2020 01:44 PM #5
      BMW did use 4x100 on some cars so properly-fitting wheels do exist. They may have a different center bore but that can be fixed with hub rings

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