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      12-02-2012, 01:54 AM   #1
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M-Parallel Wheels

So I'm looking to purchase a set of M-Parallel Wheels, E38 Fitment;

18x8 front, 18x9 rear. I just want to confirm, our E9X M3 model hub-size is 72.56mm? I think the E39 is the ONLY BMW with the 74.1?

Anyone has a set on their car?
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Yes, E9x M3 hub is 72.56. I love the M parallels on a 7 series but I'm skeptical how they would look on our cars. In for pics.
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Yes, E9x M3 hub is 72.56. I love the M parallels on a 7 series but I'm skeptical how they would look on our cars. In for pics.
Thanks! I'm going to photoshop it, I think they would look great flushed!
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M-parallels were one of my favorites back in the day, but I'd stick with the ZCPs unless these well be for snows.
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M-parallels were one of my favorites back in the day, but I'd stick with the ZCPs unless these well be for snows.
yah it's going to be for my winter season, not gonna throw snow tires on them, but some all season capable of some snow, think I'll be taking my 550 out more in snow!
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Yes, E9x M3 hub is 72.56. I love the M parallels on a 7 series but I'm skeptical how they would look on our cars. In for pics.
Ordered them already!
did a quick p-shop, I think it looks sick!
the offset is going to be similar to the ZCPs

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it's here!!!!

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finally have them installed! link here!

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