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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?
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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?
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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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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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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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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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Thanks! (see above for discussion about lowering - haha)
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