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      01-17-2013, 10:24 PM   #1
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Privat Weiden on 335d

So I wanted to hold off on buying new wheels till I needed to replace my stock run flats but couldn't wait!! Got a set of 19' Privat Weiden's and I got to say in my opinion she came out looking good although my friend disagrees he thinks I should have got something with a lip. What do you guy's think? Only thing that I didn't like was that I couldn't put my stock BMW caps on these they were to big. Ill also add some day shots when I get a chance.



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I think you should tell your friend to stop GIVING you lip and buy her own damn car!

If you like them, then they're perfect.
100 members here will give you 200 opinions about "which rim is better" so nevermind. Enjoy.
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      01-18-2013, 08:39 PM   #3
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I think you should tell your friend to stop GIVING you lip and buy her own damn car!
Ill let em know. So here's a day shot.

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Looks good. What tires are you on?
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235/35/19 Lionheart LH Four. I never heard of the brand but so far its a smooth ride.
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Very nice wheels...
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Looks great about to ditch my rft on my d as well...can you comment on ride handling etc...going from rtf to your new tires / hate my current 18 rtf tram line like mf / thanks
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Looks great about to ditch my rft on my d as well...can you comment on ride handling etc...going from rtf to your new tires / hate my current 18 rtf tram line like mf / thanks
As far as handling its really smooth did have a bit of a pull but going from 17 to 19 will do that. An alignment fixed things, the only thing I noticed was that the steering wheel vibrates a bit more it could just be that I started to pay more attention after the new rims.

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