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Need help identifying the centerbore on these AC Schnitzer Type III's

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Just bought an e46 (2002 325ci) that came with these wheels mounted. The car had a bad front end vibration from around 60mph-80mph. I assumed this to be suspension, likely control arms/bushings or bad tie rods, or perhaps a sticky caliper, but when I went to remove the wheels to check, I found they were not hubcentric.

It's my understanding that the e46 has a 72.5mm hub bore, and these wheels have a larger centerbore. I can't find any information on the centerbore of these wheels despite hours of searching the web, except for this post:
Date: Dec 18, 2017   


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