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      01-23-2013, 08:48 PM   #1
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Rim time!!!!

Just lookin for ideas for some new rims for a 06 330xi....don't have a lot of cash so I'm definately lookin to be ballin on a budget!!!!
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The rims you have on the car are in my opinion one of the nicest made for the 3 series.
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Any ideas to start off with?

Style, Size, Budget, Color, 1pc, 2pc, etc... You have to provide some detail dude...
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to me, budget means under 1000 lol hell even under 800 if possible WITH tires. op id say find some used csl reps with tires. they pull off the job for cheap. i found a set for $600 with tires. ended up selling them cause it was winter but found a set of AG M359's for $900 with tires and couldnt pass up the deal. its not hard to find great deals but u have to look long and hard lol
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I have grey series 189s for sale which are 18s and black series 199s for sale which are 19s
Look them up to see what they are and PM me if you are interested in either
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The rims you have on the car are in my opinion one of the nicest made for the 3 series.
I mean they look good I've just been seeing these pics with some nice shoes on....I'm in no hurry
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Any ideas to start off with?

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None
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to me, budget means under 1000 lol hell even under 800 if possible WITH tires. op id say find some used csl reps with tires. they pull off the job for cheap. i found a set for $600 with tires. ended up selling them cause it was winter but found a set of AG M359's for $900 with tires and couldnt pass up the deal. its not hard to find great deals but u have to look long and hard lol
Now that's what I'm talkin bout!!! U gotta link???
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Used AG 310 or 359?

Your final cost will not just depend on the rims you get, but also the size of the rim; whether it is staggered etc. because that directly translates to the price of the tires as well.

18X8 squared setup with 225/35 all round = cheaper overall.
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19X8/9.5 staggered with 225/35 and 265/30 = more expensive combo, esp. for tires.

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Used AG 310 or 359?

Your final cost will not just depend on the rims you get, but also the size of the rim; whether it is staggered etc. because that directly translates to the price of the tires as well.

18X8 squared setup with 225/35 all round = cheaper overall.
vs.
19X8/9.5 staggered with 225/35 and 265/30 = much cheaper combo, esp. for tires.
Don't really know much about the tires. U say staggered and that refers to what?
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Don't really know much about the tires. U say staggered and that refers to what?
A squared (or some say regular) setup is where all for rim/tire sizes are the same.

A staggered setup is where the rear rim/tire sizes (usually tire sidewall and rim/tire width) are larger than the front. This gives the appearance of a more aggressive and fatter rear look (also better summer traction if you are RWD).

There should be some stickies in the this forum on that, or simply search for squared vs. staggered to get the idea of what is right for you.

But yes, a staggered setup (wheel + tires) will usually be more expensive than a squared setup simply because you are ordering off-sizes.
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Don't really know much about the tires. U say staggered and that refers to what?
A squared (or some say regular) setup is where all for rim/tire sizes are the same.

A staggered setup is where the rear rim/tire sizes (usually tire sidewall and rim/tire width) are larger than the front. This gives the appearance of a more aggressive and fatter rear look (also better summer traction if you are RWD).

There should be some stickies in the this forum on that, or simply search for squared vs. staggered to get the idea of what is right for you.

But yes, a staggered setup (wheel + tires) will usually be more expensive than a squared setup simply because you are ordering off-sizes.
Oh ok I get it thx much....I kinda figured but wasn't really sure.
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AG/VMR is a good start!
or you can look into BC Forged wheels for some amazing wheel design and finish!!
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      01-24-2013, 06:07 PM   #17
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AG/VMR is a good start!
or you can look into BC Forged wheels for some amazing wheel design and finish!!
Ok cool ill check it out thx
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