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Mark
01-29-2000, 06:08 AM
I own an 86 325es with the stock 14" wheels.<br>These have 4 lugs. Most if not all of the larger<br>15", 16" and 17" wheels have holes for five lugs.<br>Do I have to buy different brake rotors with five<br>holes or what?

Randy Walters
01-29-2000, 09:11 AM
<i>: I own an 86 325es with the stock 14" wheels.<br>: These have 4 lugs. Most if not all of the larger<br>: 15", 16" and 17" wheels have holes for five lugs.<br>: Do I have to buy different brake rotors with five<br>: holes or what? <p></i> You'd have to convert all your hubs and<br>brakes to M3 parts to turn your car into a<br>5-lugger. There are 4-lug wheels out there<br>to fit the E30 but not quite as big a selection<br>as the 5-lug offers.<p> Randy


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