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  • 04-29-2006, 12:57 PM
    Mark_88_M5

    Just posted the link on the E28 board for you

  • 04-28-2006, 10:07 PM
    docdave

    Re: Do a search on the straight e28 forum here.

    Many thanks
  • 04-28-2006, 05:52 PM
    vze33jng

    Do a search on the straight e28 forum here.

    and pay attention to the posts from Shawn D. He even has a spreadsheet worked out and ready for download.

    '87 <b>528e</b> "is" 214.5k
    '88 <b>M5</b> 193k (Head removed, ready for reassembly)
    Dinan gen.1
    OEM Front & Rear Fuzz-buster
  • 04-28-2006, 01:30 PM
    docdave

    Alternatives

    Well, here's another question - if I decided to go with a new set (gulp!) what other BMWs share the same bolt pattern & offset? Finding rims for an e28 is a little limiting - there must be wheels listed for other models that fit ours. Lead me, o wise ones.
  • 04-28-2006, 07:43 AM
    vze33jng

    Look around for places that exchange for core

    like rimpro.com. I got a flyer from them at the Kimball's farm thing in Mass last year.
    '87 <b>528e</b> "is" 214.5k
    '88 <b>M5</b> 193k (Head removed, ready for reassembly)
    Dinan gen.1
    OEM Front & Rear Fuzz-buster
  • 04-27-2006, 10:19 PM
    docdave

    Need a wheel

    Posted a while ago about a damaged Borbet rim - now officially beyond repair. So... anybody have any idea on finding a Borbet model S 18x8 rim? Tire Rack has the right style, but not in 18". I really don't want to buy a whole set if I can help it.

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