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      12-11-2012, 03:13 PM   #1
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*CMWheels - Alloy Wheels / Tyres / Wheels Spacers + Accessories!*

Guys / Girls,

CMWheels are very pleased to be accepted as official sponsors onto e90post

We have sold wheels / accessories to a lot of current members on here already, who can hopefully vouch for us for both our products and service. We are current sponsors over on www.m3cutters.com where we have been sponsoring for approx 2 years, where we have a lot of repeat business, and you can have a look at out section and feed back from past and present customers.

We will have 2 users on our 'Sales@CMWheels' account. Myself (Chris) and also James.

On here, we will be starting out with 3 different threads. These will be for the following;

1) Alloy Wheels (Tyre packages also available upon request)

2) Wheel Spacers / Accessories - (Italian Engineered TUV Approved Bimecc products)
http://www.e90post.com/forums/showth...6#post13247586

3) General Sales / Special Offers + New Arrivals - (Special Offer Wheels / Car mats / Sprint Booster / Special Offers)
http://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=787746


This is our section for alloy wheel sales. We offer a VERY wide range of alloy wheels. From BMW Style wheels, to after market brands. Some of our popular brands are below, if there is any other you would like a price for, we can supply this upon request - We Supply Alloy Wheels and Accessories (Spacers / Mats etc) for ALL MAKES / MODEL of vehicles.

Please also take a moment to like our Facebook page, there are a lot of customer's cars on there, aswel as regular wheel and stock updates
http://www.facebook.com/pages/CMWhee...80163232110832

This is our E9X section on our website - http://www.cmwheels.com/index.php?ro...h=60_67_68_146

'BM Style - OEM Style Wheels'
Cades
Zito
Dare
3SDM
Riva
Inovit
XTK
Rosso
Rota


To get this thread up and going, below is a list and a link to some of our best selling wheels for e9x owners.

PLEASE NOTE - FREE DELIVERY IS AVAILABLE FOR E90 POST MEMBERS FOR ALL MAINLAND UK PURCHASES (NORTHERN IRELAND IS 10 EXTRA) A DISCOUNT CODE WILL BE ADDED TO THE SITE SOON TO ALLOW THIS TO BE APPLIED ONLINE - INTERNATIONAL DELIVERY IS ALSO AVAILABLE, PLEASE CONTACT FOR A QUOTE.


BM Style;

Competition M359 ZCP Style:

Hyper Silver
http://www.cmwheels.com/index.php?ro...product_id=641

Gloss Black;
http://www.cmwheels.com/index.php?ro...product_id=652

http://www.cmwheels.com/index.php?ro...&product_id=82


CSL Style;

18' RIVA CSL Style Hyper Silver (Also in Gloss Black)
http://www.cmwheels.com/index.php?ro...product_id=175

Hyper Silver
http://www.cmwheels.com/index.php?ro...&product_id=69

Hyper Black
http://www.cmwheels.com/index.php?ro...product_id=610

Satin Black
http://www.cmwheels.com/index.php?ro...product_id=648

Satin Gunmetal
http://www.cmwheels.com/index.php?ro...product_id=612

19' RIVA CSL Style Hyper Silver
http://www.cmwheels.com/index.php?ro...&product_id=94

19' RIVA CSL Style Gloss Black
http://www.cmwheels.com/index.php?ro...product_id=412


313 Style - Anthracite / Machined Face

http://www.cmwheels.com/index.php?ro...&product_id=89


VMR710 Style

Available in both 18' and 19'

Matte Gunmetal (Similar to Jet Anthracite)
http://www.cmwheels.com/index.php?ro...product_id=617

Hyper Silver
http://www.cmwheels.com/index.php?ro...product_id=625

(Special Offer - PDW 710 Style - TUV Approved 520 delivered!)
http://www.cmwheels.com/index.php?ro...product_id=653

Matte Black
http://www.cmwheels.com/index.php?ro...&product_id=81


230 Style

Hyper Silver
http://www.cmwheels.com/index.php?ro...product_id=618


Ofcourse this is only a very small selection. Visit our website, or get in touch for anything you can't find.

Feel free to call / email / PM us for any info you need or enquiries you have regarding any of our products, or if there is anything at all we can help with


Regards,
Chris
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      12-11-2012, 03:32 PM   #2
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Oh wow, excellent news. I've heard nothing but very good things about your products Chris (mainly off this forum) so a big welcome to e90 lol. I'm in the market for some spacers so expect a PM soon.

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I have bought products from Chris over the years. Top top bloke.

All the best succuss for the future mate. Congrats on joining E90 post.

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Glad to see you managed to get this sorted Chris.
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Oh wow, excellent news. I've heard nothing but very good things about your products Chris (mainly off this forum) so a big welcome to e90 lol. I'm in the market for some spacers so expect a PM soon.

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Thanks Sam, feel free to get in touch anytime.

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I have bought products from Chris over the years. Top top bloke.

All the best succuss for the future mate. Congrats on joining E90 post.

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Glad to see you managed to get this sorted Chris.
Thanks Alan, had intentions of joining a while back, but wanted to wait until the website was up and going properly to make products a little easier found.
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nice to see you here Chris!

Chris has been offer great advice when i source the wheels, the 359/ VMR style is very tempting for summer wheels!
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Finally you have joined!!

Top bloke chris, best customer service i had before and after.when i setup the groupbuy of 313 reps both 2011 and 2012 ones from him.Glad you have the website so i don't need to sort anymore group buy out.

I want to have some spacers and bolts too but not decided anything yet.
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I can vouch for Chris's wheels, bought my VMR 710's of him on m3cutters (m6beast) excellent wheel quality and his customer service is top notch. Welcome to the forum mate

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I got my wheels off Chris as well through M3cutters. Have happily recommended him to people on here, top quality wheels and a good helpful bloke as well

Welcome to the forums, Im sure you'll get plenty of business through here
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nice to see you here Chris!

Chris has been offer great advice when i source the wheels, the 359/ VMR style is very tempting for summer wheels!
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Finally you have joined!!

Top bloke chris, best customer service i had before and after.when i setup the groupbuy of 313 reps both 2011 and 2012 ones from him.Glad you have the website so i don't need to sort anymore group buy out.

I want to have some spacers and bolts too but not decided anything yet.
No problem bud, let me know what size you are after and I will get them sorted.

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I can vouch for Chris's wheels, bought my VMR 710's of him on m3cutters (m6beast) excellent wheel quality and his customer service is top notch. Welcome to the forum mate

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Cheers Nick, your car is looking great, just had a nosey at your build thread
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perfect timing ive been looking on your website constant for the past 3 days deciding what wheels to go for 1m or bbs ch r. oh the choices be looking to get in contact soon
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Welcome to the forums, Im sure you'll get plenty of business through here
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perfect timing ive been looking on your website constant for the past 3 days deciding what wheels to go for 1m or bbs ch r. oh the choices be looking to get in contact soon

Tyso, last set of staggered CH-R's went out today, hoping to have some more in the next 2 weeks (Could be January at this stage with the holidays coming up).. We have the 19x8.5 in stock. Hopefully this makes the choice a little easier! lol.

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Tyso, last set of staggered CH-R's went out today, hoping to have some more in the next 2 weeks (Could be January at this stage with the holidays coming up).. We have the 19x8.5 in stock. Hopefully this makes the choice a little easier! lol.

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ok thats ok, it does indeed tbh lol i really like the M359 so will prob choose them its just choosing the colour, i really want polished lol mite be to much haha what ET is best to go for so they sit further out the arch?? or closer to the arch i should say lol

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ok thats ok, it does indeed tbh lol i really like the M359 so will prob choose them its just choosing the colour, i really want polished lol mite be to much haha what ET is best to go for so they sit further out the arch?? or closer to the arch i should say lol

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If you wanted them polished, it is an option we can do for you. To be honest, I would hold off until the better weather though as they wont take as much looking after (We offer a polishing service, which is left un-lacquered).

For the E92 the most you can run on the 359 is;

19x8.5 et37
19x9.5 et30

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Tyson,

If you wanted them polished, it is an option we can do for you. To be honest, I would hold off until the better weather though as they wont take as much looking after (We offer a polishing service, which is left un-lacquered).

For the E92 the most you can run on the 359 is;

19x8.5 et37
19x9.5 et30

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ok thats cool. good idea about the weather what i could do is buy them in black or silver then when i decide what colour i want to go for i can get them done myself. got alot of friends in the trade so its no problem. so with the off set is it the lower the number the more the wheel sticks out?

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ok thats cool. good idea about the weather what i could do is buy them in black or silver then when i decide what colour i want to go for i can get them done myself. got alot of friends in the trade so its no problem. so with the off set is it the lower the number the more the wheel sticks out?

thanks tyson

Yep the lower the number the further out the wheel sits.

Your Current OEM wheels are 19x8 et37 and 19x9 et39

The Silver 359's are 19x8.5 et37 and 19x9.5 et30

At the front, as they are the same offset, but the 359's are 1/2 inch wider, the easiest way to explain this is that it works from the centre of the wheel, this means it sits 1/4 inch in and 1/4 inch out. this means it sits 6mm (1/4 inch) further out at the front.

On the rear, being 1/2 inch again wider, this again sits out 6mm more, and as the offset is 9mm lower, that = 6+9 = 15mm further out at the rear.

The Black 359's, being et40, will sit 3mm futer out at the front and 5mm further out at the rear. Sorry if that is a little confusing.

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Yep the lower the number the further out the wheel sits.

Your Current OEM wheels are 19x8 et37 and 19x9 et39

The Silver 359's are 19x8.5 et37 and 19x9.5 et30

At the front, as they are the same offset, but the 359's are 1/2 inch wider, the easiest way to explain this is that it works from the centre of the wheel, this means it sits 1/4 inch in and 1/4 inch out. this means it sits 6mm (1/4 inch) further out at the front.

On the rear, being 1/2 inch again wider, this again sits out 6mm more, and as the offset is 9mm lower, that = 6+9 = 15mm further out at the rear.

The Black 359's, being et40, will sit 3mm futer out at the front and 5mm further out at the rear. Sorry if that is a little confusing.

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thats not confusing that has now stopped me being confused and now i actually no what im looking at and can start workin out what i can sit haha does the lower offset give more of a concave look? and if they dont sit far enough out you can always fit spacers cant i

i prefer the black ones on the website cause they have the centres cut out. would they then fit same center caps that i have?

so my tyres i have on the car now 235 and 255 would fit them rims with abit of stretch??

sorry for all the questions but its all making sense

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thats not confusing that has now stopped me being confused and now i actually no what im looking at and can start workin out what i can sit haha does the lower offset give more of a concave look? and if they dont sit far enough out you can always fit spacers cant i

i prefer the black ones on the website cause they have the centres cut out. would they then fit same center caps that i have?

so my tyres i have on the car now 235 and 255 would fit them rims with abit of stretch??

sorry for all the questions but its all making sense

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Good stuff, I know it sounds a little confusing, but when you get your head around it, it's actually easy enough to gauge from it the offset you want or what spacers you want to run etc.

Generally, yes the lower the offset, the deeper the concave, depends on the wheel design etc, but in most cases yes.

By the centres cut out, do you mean the caps out? If so, they were just removed before the pics were taken, the also pop out on the silver wheels I will check tomorrow, if the black 359's take OEM caps, but they do come with centre caps that you can stock the BMW badges onto.

Those tyres will fit fine, generally if you are running a 235 front (I assume it's a 235/35/19) the matching rear tyre is 265/30/19 to maintain the same rolling radius, but they are ok to run and will fit on perfect.

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Good stuff, I know it sounds a little confusing, but when you get your head around it, it's actually easy enough to gauge from it the offset you want or what spacers you want to run etc.

Generally, yes the lower the offset, the deeper the concave, depends on the wheel design etc, but in most cases yes.

By the centres cut out, do you mean the caps out? If so, they were just removed before the pics were taken, the also pop out on the silver wheels I will check tomorrow, if the black 359's take OEM caps, but they do come with centre caps that you can stock the BMW badges onto.

Those tyres will fit fine, generally if you are running a 235 front (I assume it's a 235/35/19) the matching rear tyre is 265/30/19 to maintain the same rolling radius, but they are ok to run and will fit on perfect.

Regards,
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so glad at last i understand wheels and can work it our properly haha cheers for your help mate

thats ok if centers pop out means can just pop mine in.

my tyres on rear are 255/30/19 my fronts mite be 225 thinking about it then. cant remember without looking. but they will fit with some cheeky stretch.

thanks for all your help dude gona decide what colour i wana go for now. my wheels were silver then had them powder coated anthercite, and think wheels look alot better and stand out more on the black car if this silver or polished so reckon that route i will go.

will keep you posted cheers mate
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and the silvers youve got have the better ET for me dont they ??
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so glad at last i understand wheels and can work it our properly haha cheers for your help mate

thats ok if centers pop out means can just pop mine in.

my tyres on rear are 255/30/19 my fronts mite be 225 thinking about it then. cant remember without looking. but they will fit with some cheeky stretch.

thanks for all your help dude gona decide what colour i wana go for now. my wheels were silver then had them powder coated anthercite, and think wheels look alot better and stand out more on the black car if this silver or polished so reckon that route i will go.

will keep you posted cheers mate
Yep most likely 255/30 at the rear if running OEM wheels as that is original e9x tyre sizes on 19' Wheels. They will still fit fine, a very slight stretch.

No problem at all mate, any other questions at all feel free to ask, glad I could help

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