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jacko198
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3rd Oct 12 at 13:45   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

This seems to be a good place to ask about bmw related things these days so -

As above really. Just bought a 330d, the wheels are fooked and are going to cost abit to get repaired

So was looking at something different to mv2s

What's looking good these days? Not too expensive either.

I'm liking BBS Ch's.

Any other examples?
kennySRi
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MV3 or MV4s are what you want but they are usually around 1k, i saw a set the other week for under 700 though, all depends on your budget.

CSL reps are alot if you want a decent set, BBS rims will probably cost the same as the MVs. Best bet is to keep searcing the forums, ebay and pistonheads until a set comes up that you like, may aswell get second hand if you're on a small budget so you can get some genuine wheels.
Ben G
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kennySRi
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Offsets are a bitch on them wheels though ben iirc. Is this a 4 door or a coupe and is it lowered?
Whittie
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3rd Oct 12 at 14:22   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

Those wheels look as datad as they are.
Ben G
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3rd Oct 12 at 14:23   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

nobody said they didn't...
Whittie
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3rd Oct 12 at 14:24   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

didn't say anybody said they did...
Ben G
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3rd Oct 12 at 14:26   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

but you did say they look dated, did you not? or did you?
Whittie
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3rd Oct 12 at 14:31   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

They look dated you fucking cunt.
Ben G
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3rd Oct 12 at 14:36   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

wait 'til seth see's that.
Whittie
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I like Sethary, dont like his wheels.
Nic Barnes
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Old x5 wheels look alright. Would need 4x fronts though as they're 8.5s backs are 10 wide.
Corsa_Sport21
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Tiger claws do look decent on the E46, but only when they are slammed.

19x9 and 19x10 iirc, and they will fit with arch work i think.
Nic Barnes
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Will fit coupe easier than saloon like. Sorry was thinking std rears on mine are 8.5 so a 9 should go easy enough.
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3rd Oct 12 at 17:19   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote






In love

[Edited on 03-10-2012 by BeetleGav]
BluKoo
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3rd Oct 12 at 17:41   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

7 series wheels...




[Edited on 03-10-2012 by BluKoo]
Jambo
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3rd Oct 12 at 20:52   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

Gav that looks terrible

jacko198
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Tbh, its looking like BBS CH's Or CSL reps.

Im liking the CSL's though!
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quote:
Originally posted by Jambo
Gav that looks terrible




I like it, think it looks different, there maybe an inch too big but I love it!
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quote:
Originally posted by Jambo
Gav that looks terrible




Agreed, WTF is that?
BeetleGav
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Okay just me then haha would look awesome if the car was red instead of silver
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The wheels posted in this thread will only suit really low E46s, and even then they look pretty crap.

Cant go wrong with the csl reps, make sure you read about them and get the recommended ones, but they can cost 700ish brand new anyway lol.
Ben G
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I've seen pics of csl reps cracking all.the way around the rim.

I think the ones from some guy called mark at bm autosport are the ones to go for. unsure if thats the correct name though.
Nic Barnes
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All oroginal BMW wheels are very bad for cracking anyway
jacko198
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quote:
Originally posted by Ben G
I've seen pics of csl reps cracking all.the way around the rim.

I think the ones from some guy called mark at bm autosport are the ones to go for. unsure if thats the correct name though.


Yeah I've been looking on his site. He's got shit loads. 100 more than anywhere else though. Could be for that reason tho!

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