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      04-04-2013, 07:15 PM   #1
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19" (2MT) double spoke rims roundel replace?

Need to replace the BMW roundel in 19" (2MT) double spoke rims on my M3. Are they a universal fit if I were to take them off a 335i?

Photos update: Since nobody answered, I took a roundel off a 335i and as you can see, the one on the M3 19" (2MT) double spoke rim seems larger. For the life of me, I cannot even get the M3 roundel off to accurately compare.
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Need to replace the BMW roundel in 19" (2MT) double spoke rims on my M3. Are they a universal fit if I were to take them off a 335i?
You can take from any BMW wheel. It's a standard fit.
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You can take from any BMW wheel. It's a standard fit.
Take a look at the photos.
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It is the same size.

But i the pic there is two versions of the roundel. The one on the wheel is new with chrome outer line.

The one in your hand is the old one.


I know couse I changed from old to new on my 220s.

Ohh, you have to take the wheel offto get the roundel off. ( or use magic)



This is the part number for the new roundels 36136783536
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use something like a thin butter knife to pop the old roundel off (obviously take care with the serrated blade)
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It is the same size.

But i the pic there is two versions of the roundel. The one on the wheel is new with chrome outer line.

The one in your hand is the old one.


I know couse I changed from old to new on my 220s.

Ohh, you have to take the wheel offto get the roundel off. ( or use magic)



This is the part number for the new roundels 36136783536

Good to know they differ, thought I was going crazy. Thanks.
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I use a suction cup to pull the roundel off. As someone said, diff is old vs new one as I just did the same thing on my M coupe. Changed to the new style.
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