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Old 09-07-2010, 11:05 AM
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X5M rear hub size

I searched but couldn't find a definitive thread on this;
What is the size of the rear hub on the X5M (74.1 or 72.5mm)? I'm going to order a winter wheel set and would like to get the correct size to avoid using hubcentric rings. I'm interested in the oem #214 10x20" wheels all around. Do the X6 wheels fit? Or am I SOL if I want to use the front 10" wide wheels on the rear and have to find hubcentric rings?
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Old 09-07-2010, 01:03 PM
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Search Tab gave me link that had your info request...
X5M has staggered hubs just like the X6. 74mm front and 72.6mm rear

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Old 09-07-2010, 01:32 PM
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X6 and X5M & X6M have same wheel hub size. X5 is different. Thanks to mD.
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Does anyone know if I can use a spare wheel kit from my old 2008 4.8 X5 on my 2010 M? Or does the different size hubs not allow it to fit?
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