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      10-17-2011, 01:40 PM   #23
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they look like this... they make your wheel fit your hub if the bore on the wheel is too large.

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I had Rays/Nismo, BBS CH, CH-R, V710, SF71, TE37SL but surprisingly non of them had it. Learn something new today. Glad I asked.
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Yes, the TE37SL is 72.6 center bore and does not need centering rings. The normal TE37 are 74.1 center bore which is why they require the centering rings. They are made in 5x120 PCD, which is BMW fitment, but the center bore is made to the exact e9x 72.6 specifications. Hopefully that cleared it up.



I'm guessing you've only seen Super Laps then. We've seen both SL and non-SL come through our facility, and every non-SL TE37 had centering rings on them.
Are you sure they are 74.1? I thought they were 73. I guess i'll be ordering another set of rings.
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Are you sure they are 74.1? I thought they were 73. I guess i'll be ordering another set of rings.
easiest way is to buy or borrow a vernier caliper and measure the bore of your wheels yourself. this way you'll know exactly what your wheels need.

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