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      11-30-2012, 06:38 AM   #1
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Are the Rohana RC10 the replica version of the Interad DTM 10 spoke?

Don't tell my wife but i have fallen in love with these sexy wheels but a little confused cause these two set of wheels from two diff manufactures seem identical for the most part. The Rohana RC10 only comes in 20" though, but everything except the logo/minimal diff in spoke design and the major price difference looks the same.
Rohana RC10 20" retail for - $1,500
Interad DTM 10 spoke retail for - $4,600 roughly.
Finish would be Matte black.
Which ones would you get cause they look so similar?????
I the pics would have the same set up as the Silver e92 with the Interad DTM wheels.

Rohana RC10's Vs Interad DTM 10 spoke

Interad DTM 10

Rohana RC10 rides 20"

Interad DTM 10 spoke rides 19" (all i could find on the e92 , Also i have this exact same car but in space grey sitting on some KW V1 coils)

Believe it or not but there are not many e92's or really any other BMW with ether of these set of wheels. That can be a good thing or a bad thing.
So spend the money for the Interad DTM 19" or save and get Rohana's RC10 20" and tires for less. Thanks GUYS!!!
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      11-30-2012, 12:53 PM   #2
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the interad looks more baller
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      11-30-2012, 01:38 PM   #3
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careful with rohana wheels.. i checked into them, and while they offer some of the best looking styles out their, the way they make them they seem to be very "weak" wheels...

I believe they are gravity cast wheels... or whatever the "weakest" of the casting methods is.

Nice looking wheel though... thae particular style you want looks great due to the high concavity!
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If you are asking, then you have the cash.
Get the real deal.

I did the wheel slippery slope. Started looking at a cheap then and bought Forgestar.
I would not buy any gravity cast wheel in a 19" for my car.
Low pressure is even iffy.
Rotary forged or muti-piece forged.
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      12-01-2012, 03:21 AM   #5
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Thanks guys. Appreciate the comments. Yea the interad wheels look more legit. Just very few beamers with them that i could find. Thanks guys!!!
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You are looking at low pressure cast wheels vs forged wheels. Very different.
It is a very popular style. Also look into BC Racing wheels, DPE, ADV, and HRE. They all carry a similar 10 spoke style at different prices. Really what it comes down to is... You get what you pay for. Cheap wheels = cheap quality in structure and build. Keep that in mind.

Many vendors here offer these wheels at great prices. Check them out. Like PYSpeed or sonic tuning for example.

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Rohana is very reasonable price wheel. We sold lots of sets and never had an issue so far.

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