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I have gone through the forums but not been able to find an answer to this. My wife just traded her X5D for a 2014 RRS HSE last week. Not overimpressed with the tires given we live in the mountains and normally run a separate set of winter tires/rims. So, will a set of 20 inch rims froma 2008 SC RR fit the 2014 RRS?

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you can't. sent you a p.m.
I have gone through the forums but not been able to find an answer to this. My wife just traded her X5D for a 2014 RRS HSE last week. Not overimpressed with the tires given we live in the mountains and normally run a separate set of winter tires/rims. So, will a set of 20 inch rims froma 2008 SC RR fit the 2014 RRS?

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Specs for all wheels have been posted several times. There are currently live recent threads in the L322, L405, L320 sections and here.
 

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Specs for all wheels have been posted several times. There are currently live recent threads in the L322, L405, L320 sections and here.
Does the 14 RRS have a 70mm hub or 72.6mm?
 

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Specs for all wheels have been posted several times. There are currently live recent threads in the L322, L405, L320 sections and here.
I assumed they would have been but after 2 frustrating hours searching for them yesterday and only finding tire sizes i gave up and posted instead. Any links you have would be appreciated.

I want to avoid issues i had with the X5 E70 wheels where there were different hub center bores compared to the previous model
 

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you can try the parts department of your dealership or your sales agent. he gave me the specs before but just can't old text that he sent.
 

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I too have had little luck finding details on here using search...but I guess the answer seems to be no, without some spacers or something.
 
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