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Denis
01-25-2002, 01:24 PM
Hi!<br>I've got a little problem here. What's the hub size on E30 M3(as well as E34, E36 and E46) I always thought it's 72.5mm, but according to Brembo and 3 other catalogs it's 79mm! Now, I grabbed E30 rotor, E34, E36 and E46 rotors and measured centerbores...they're all 78.5mm! Then I measured H&R spacer...it's 72.5, just like their catalog says. Then I called HRE and BBS...their wheels have 32.5mm centerbore. How here is my confusion: Brake rotors are not hubscentric? Makes no sense to me....<p>Denis<br>You know me...:)

m325ix/88m3
01-25-2002, 01:57 PM
So you want to cheat on your girl Celica now?<br>The thoughts of your ex (m3) are hunting you down? he-he j/k...<br>sorry, I don't know the answer to your question

Denis
01-25-2002, 02:48 PM
Actually I figured it out... I remembered that M3 wheel nub has little step....<br>Denis

ADAMK
01-25-2002, 03:21 PM
<i><br>Hi!<br>I've got a little problem here. What's the hub size on E30 M3(as well as E34, E36 and E46) I always thought it's 72.5mm, but according to Brembo and 3 other catalogs it's 79mm! Now, I grabbed E30 rotor, E34, E36 and E46 rotors and measured centerbores...they're all 78.5mm! Then I measured H&R spacer...it's 72.5, just like their catalog says. Then I called HRE and BBS...their wheels have 32.5mm centerbore. How here is my confusion: Brake rotors are not hubscentric? Makes no sense to me....<p>Denis<br>You know me...:)<p></i><br>


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