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      06-08-2005, 02:05 PM   #1
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Anyone have opinions on work wheels? I was looking at the Work Termist TM1


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the BBS LMs

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Ryce, both of those are awesome wheels. If you can afford it I'd go for the BBS LM's. Forged lip and center and look absolutely awesome. Have you seen the pics on here of LM's on the E90?

On the other hand the Works are probably cheaper and look a little more "bling" if you're into that. Either way these mesh style wheels will loook sweet on your car. What color do you have btw?
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yea.... i was looking at the prices... my friend told me the works would be around $3000 w/ tires...
and i think BBS were like $5000.... might be wrong though

I have the Artic Metallic
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yea.... i was looking at the prices... my friend told me the works would be around $3000 w/ tires...
and i think BBS were like $5000.... might be wrong though

I have the Artic Metallic
Damn, you're a baller if you get either of those wheels Are those prices for 18's or 19's?
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Work wheels are nice, I had a set. I really love the design of those for sure, but if money isnt an issue, i'd go with the BBS LMs or RSGTs (which look similar to those work wheels) just from a quality standpoint.
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these are the RS-GTs that look similar to those works
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im leaning towards the BBS LMs... but need time to save... =)
just ordered the rear deck spoiler and getting my subs and amp installed :rocks:
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Awesome, show us pics of your car and stereo install after they're all ready
What kinda audio components did you get anyway?
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Def LM's hands down!! It looks good on all cars
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