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Old 11-04-2011, 04:02 PM
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Range Rover wheels

Does the X5 (E70) share the same bolt pattern as the range rover sport or vogue? A lot of sellers on eBay claim they do

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Does the X5 (E70) share the same bolt pattern as the range rover sport or vogue?
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A lot of sellers on eBay claim they do.
Because they want to make a sale, once off their hands, its your problem
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same bolt pattern. However some models of the X5 have a different center bore. I think the BMW is 72.6 and the RR is 74.1. They will fit, although you will need some hub ring adapters to prevent vibration...
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Thought so, I am considering getting E53 21x11.5 rear and 21x10 front, but i believe they will need to be re-drilled, correct?
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You will need to redrill.

The E53 uses the smaller 72.6mm (not sure if this is completely accurate but it is 72.x mm) and the E70 uses the larger 74.1mm (again not sure) center bore. It is true that the E70 uses a bigger center bore than the E53.
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Do most tyre/wheel fitment shop offer this service? because I don't want to take it to specialists who if charge $$$
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