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Old 10-01-2011, 01:12 AM
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2011 X5M wheels on a 2008 X5??

Does anyone know if wheels off of a 2011 X5M will fit on my 2008 X5? I can't seem to get a straight answer from the dealership. The wheels are 21x10 in the front and 21x11.5 in the rear. They are OEM BMW wheels. Any help would be greatly appreciated!
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the fronts will fit. The rears will not unless you bore out the center.
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Old 10-01-2011, 11:54 AM
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See my earlier post:

http://www.xoutpost.com/bmw-sav-foru...it-wheels.html
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Thanks for the help it's greatly appreciated! Mavic- Do you know the cost associated with boring out a wheel..or is it to much of a hassle? Kinda new to this stuff. Secondly if I were to put my stock x5 rims on a x 5m would I need an adapter or something? Stephen..nice car btw!
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Imo, a decent machine shop or, auto joint with a tradesman that cares, can easily bore out that hub dia to fit...
it's ~ 72mm out to ~74mm.

There are a couple threads on the Board where posters have reported good success with the process.
It isn't like doing an clean up or over bore on engine cylinders.

Cost? I am guessing $2 Bens tops...inc. tip.

Typical dlr sales gang: don't know crap from shinola...
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I'm thinking of getting the wheel spacers from turnermotorsports.com..any thoughts? Would it push the wheel out past the fender? The wheels are the 215's off of a 2011 x5m in black. Anyone used a wheel spacer with a 21x11?
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