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      08-22-2012, 08:28 PM   #1
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17" Rial Salerno Anthracite + Jet Black E90

Definitely not as bling as the 18"+ group, but I think they look really good.

Tires are Conti DWS 225 45. So far I think they're a bit softer than the 16" conti RFT, which is nice.

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Looking good!

I'm running the 18" on mine. Did you put spacers on them? What size?
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Looking good!

I'm running the 18" on mine. Did you put spacers on them? What size?
Thanks!

No spacers yet, but definitely considering it for the rears. I'm not sure what size I'd pick yet. I need to do some math and some asking.

Do you have a suggested spacer size?
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Looking good!

I'm running the 18" on mine. Did you put spacers on them? What size?
Thanks!

No spacers yet, but definitely considering it for the rears. I'm not sure what size I'd pick yet. I need to do some math and some asking.

Do you have a suggested spacer size?
I've got 20mm on the rear, none on the front. Couldn't hurt to get 5mm in the front, but when i lowered mine, the wheels seemed to tuck in nicely, so i left it.
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GM wheels look great on black e9x's, thanks for sharing
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I've got 20mm on the rear, none on the front. Couldn't hurt to get 5mm in the front, but when i lowered mine, the wheels seemed to tuck in nicely, so i left it.
Alright, thanks for the advice! The rears on mine could definitely stand to be a little more flush.

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GM wheels look great on black e9x's, thanks for sharing
Thanks! I was worried these were going to be too light of a gray because of some other pics I had seen on here, but I am really pleased.
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looks good for winters
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looks good for winters
Agreed! I also happen to think they look good for the other three seasons! Good for me I guess.

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Agreed! I also happen to think they look good for the other three seasons! Good for me I guess.

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lower it and itll look even better for the other three seasons!
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lower it and itll look even better for the other three seasons!
Considered that, but I think I need the ground clearance for these Oklahoma roads, haha.
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looks good for winters
Only for winters? Why? I think they look good 24/7/365
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Considered that, but I think I need the ground clearance for these Oklahoma roads, haha.
Move out of Oklahoma....problem solved...Lol.

Seriously - it looks good. Great choice.
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17s look great! Lowering the car will make them look tons better. Nice car!
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Move out of Oklahoma....problem solved...Lol.

Seriously - it looks good. Great choice.
haha yeah no kidding! Thanks!

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17s look great! Lowering the car will make them look tons better. Nice car!
Thanks! (see above for discussion about lowering - haha)
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