That what I was gonna say
Im not 100% sure as ive said but ac did outsource work to oz and ronal from time to time and something weird about the bolt faces and lack of dish but the centre cap is flush like ac genuine is unlike reps which slightly petrude out.
phone rossiters near me to see if they can help if you really want to find out as they are the uk main dealer
Rossiters used car sales in King's Lynn, Norfolk
Theres some codes near the bottom near a spoke can you check again as its something when I zoomed in on my phone?
I'll just leave this here: AC Schnitzer*/*BMW Cars*/*Products / Models*/*3 series*/*E36 (1990 - 2000)*/*Touring*/*Wheels
Thanks for the advice. Will look for codes tonight when i get home from work
Cannot see how these are reps as they have the ACS logo and are deffo split rims. You can see the sealant on the backs of some of the bolt threads. Also if you look closely the bolt at the spoke end is reversed to hold the sections in place when building i would assume.
From memory they do have the Ronal logo on too