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Old 03-27-2019, 12:07 AM   #1
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MIM 1900 center bore?

Hello there,

I have a set of MIM 1900s wheels up for sale. I do not not what the center bore size is or if it is a direct fit. They are 15X7 and 4x100. Can someone help? Thanks
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Old 03-27-2019, 12:32 AM   #2
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Hello there,

I have a set of MIM 1900s wheels up for sale. I do not not what the center bore size is or if it is a direct fit. They are 15X7 and 4x100. Can someone help? Thanks
There's no way anyone can tell you what your wheels' centerbore size is. You'll have to measure it yourself. Factory 4-lug E30 wheels have a 57.1mm centerbore, and the actual hub is 57.0mm (exact same as all 4-lug watercooled VWs).

The 4x100 lug pattern was very common among Toyotas, Mazdas, Hondas, VWs, BMWs, etc but the different car makers used different centerbore sizes.

You'll also want to state the wheels' offset. It may be stamped somewhere on the wheel, maybe near the lugbolt hole area or elsewhere. If you can't come up with it, measure the wheels' backspace and i can tell you what the offset is give or take a mm or two.
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