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      12-11-2012, 08:19 PM   #23
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and the silvers youve got have the better ET for me dont they ??
The Silvers will sit 10mm further out at the rear and 3mm further out at the front. If you want a more flush look, then the silvers will suit your needs better
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      12-11-2012, 08:21 PM   #24
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The Silvers will sit 10mm further out at the rear and 3mm further out at the front. If you want a more flush look, then the silvers will suit your needs better
thats what i want for sure. then id need less of a spacer if any at all. and there more concave
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      12-13-2012, 04:48 PM   #25
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Spacer section coming tomorrow, and some special stock clearance deals coming soon!

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      12-13-2012, 05:00 PM   #26
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Spacer section coming tomorrow, and some special stock clearance deals coming soon!

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Good timing, need me some spacers.. and special clearance deals too
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      12-14-2012, 05:14 AM   #27
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Good to see you over here Chris.

I purchased a set of csl's from Chris earlier this year and unfortunately damaged one of the wheels when placing it on the car! I rang Chris straight away and a new wheel was on my doorstep the following day (paid for of course).

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      12-14-2012, 10:14 PM   #28
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Good to see you here Chris,

I can vouch for Chris, I ordered 4x Spacers from Chris earlier in the year, top quality stuff and they arrived next day too
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      12-15-2012, 01:54 PM   #29
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I can highly recommend Chris - received great service and the wheels are superb...

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      12-17-2012, 07:48 AM   #30
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Which wheels are these?

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      12-17-2012, 07:59 AM   #31
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Which wheels are these?

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At a guess,I'd say these:

http://www.cmwheels.com/index.php?ro...product_id=617
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      12-17-2012, 10:31 AM   #32
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Nah, they're not VMR style, just CSL style as far as I can tell. I'd say they were these ones http://www.cmwheels.com/index.php?ro...product_id=612
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      12-17-2012, 01:59 PM   #33
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Had some csl reps about a month back off chris through m3cutters and they are spot on, top bloke plenty of help and advice.
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Interesting, I've been looking at your website recently! Thinking of getting a set of wheels for the std run flats i can't sell!

How do the CSL's go with the Bridgestone runflats?!
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Interesting, I've been looking at your website recently! Thinking of getting a set of wheels for the std run flats i can't sell!

How do the CSL's go with the Bridgestone runflats?!
I wouldn't even think of running run flats on reps, the run flats cracks the Original wheels so most likely they will crack on what ever wheels you put on.

Don't say i didn't warn you, just don't come back and complain about cracked wheels then blame it on the quality of Chris's wheels.
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      12-18-2012, 06:09 AM   #36
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Good to see you over here Chris.

I purchased a set of csl's from Chris earlier this year and unfortunately damaged one of the wheels when placing it on the car! I rang Chris straight away and a new wheel was on my doorstep the following day (paid for of course).

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Thanks Steve, it's easily done mate, glad we got it sorted.

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Good to see you here Chris,

I can vouch for Chris, I ordered 4x Spacers from Chris earlier in the year, top quality stuff and they arrived next day too


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I can highly recommend Chris - received great service and the wheels are superb...

Thanks mate, looks fantastic, will have to upload it to our customer's cars on facebook!

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I wouldn't even think of running run flats on reps, the run flats cracks the Original wheels so most likely they will crack on what ever wheels you put on.

Don't say i didn't warn you, just don't come back and complain about cracked wheels then blame it on the quality of Chris's wheels.

You can put the run flats on mate, but as above, it really is not recommended. They are the main cause of the MV4's and other wheels cracking due to the solid nature of the side walls. We have wheels in stock such as the VMR 710 style which are extra load bearing wheels, which will be more suitable with run flats if you really wanted to stick with them.

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      12-19-2012, 09:51 AM   #37
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I'm not fussed about keeping the run flats, I was just thinking of something to do with them rather than giving them away!

Although it does seem a bit silly to spend extra money on alloys for the sake of a few quid on the tyres!
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      12-23-2012, 09:38 AM   #38
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Hi chris I've got a 313 reps off a while back you I went to change the tires and they have damaged the centre cap I was wondering what size I would need a bought a set off eBay 68mm outer and 65mm inner diameter and they don't fit any help would be greatly appreciated or if you can supply me one cap that would be great. All the best
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Hi Chris,
Spending Christmas afternoon fed up with telly and thinking of next mod.
Have BBS LM reps which are lovely but one of the deep dish rears is totally ruined by salt under the lacquer and a bit if kerbing so want another set.
Interested in the 19" Staggered RIVA DTM (CSL Style) Wheels - Hyper Silver and have a few questions-
1. In terms of offsets, how would these look on an 07 E92 335d?
2. Interested in 4 tyres (summer) too along the lines of mid range Falkens so please quote for these fitted
3. If I went upto 20", what would the difference in tyre be compared to a 19" one?
4. Is there much difference in rattles, comfort between 19" and 20"?

Any feedback on point 4 from others on the forum who have experience of both sizes would be appreciated!

Thanks
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Hi Chris...Good to see you here bud. Sold the 335 to a fellow member here so take care of him :-)
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If this seller is a sponsor why is the thread not a sticky? Other sponsors got this in the past.
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Hi chris I've got a 313 reps off a while back you I went to change the tires and they have damaged the centre cap I was wondering what size I would need a bought a set off eBay 68mm outer and 65mm inner diameter and they don't fit any help would be greatly appreciated or if you can supply me one cap that would be great. All the best
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PM me your address and I will try to dig out a spare cap

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Hi Chris,
Spending Christmas afternoon fed up with telly and thinking of next mod.
Have BBS LM reps which are lovely but one of the deep dish rears is totally ruined by salt under the lacquer and a bit if kerbing so want another set.
Interested in the 19" Staggered RIVA DTM (CSL Style) Wheels - Hyper Silver and have a few questions-
1. In terms of offsets, how would these look on an 07 E92 335d?
2. Interested in 4 tyres (summer) too along the lines of mid range Falkens so please quote for these fitted
3. If I went upto 20", what would the difference in tyre be compared to a 19" one?
4. Is there much difference in rattles, comfort between 19" and 20"?

Any feedback on point 4 from others on the forum who have experience of both sizes would be appreciated!

Thanks
Gordon
Hi Gordon,

Sorry for the late reply, we are just back today after the Xmas break.

1) The offsets on the Riva DTM's are basically exactly the same as OEM 19' Wheels on the e92, so perfect fitment.

2) No problem at all mate, will send you a quote through with a few prices

3/4) 20' tyres are a fair bit more expensive than 19's. Ride quality will suffer a little, do you have the car lowered or on standard suspension? Personally I have driven an e92 with 20's and would much prefer the 19' setup, although it isn't as bad as I thought in terms of comfort.

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Hi Chris...Good to see you here bud. Sold the 335 to a fellow member here so take care of him :-)
Cheers Tiko, will do mate!

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Pm'd Chris but didn't get reply .
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If this seller is a sponsor why is the thread not a sticky? Other sponsors got this in the past.
Hi Davy,

A Sticky thread is optional, I will have one up in the next few days.

Regards,
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