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      09-24-2008, 01:35 AM   #1
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Thumbs up Best **BBS LM Rep's** In Your Opinion..?

Guys help me out, I want to get LM rep's, But I dont know which direction to go, If anyone can give me info and answer my questions, I will appreciate it very much

1. Which Vender/After-Market Co. Makes and sells the best LM Reps..? I want staggered look in the rear.

2. Which size should I go with..? Spacers?

3. Planning on getting H&R Race Springs only with stock suspension with the reps.

4. Do most LM rep's Weigh less then stock BMW rims? I have sport package with run-flats.



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check out the ones that wheeldude is pushing... looks pretty damn nice
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Linea Corse Le Mans are pretty nice...
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      09-26-2008, 12:07 AM   #5
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      09-26-2008, 12:20 AM   #6
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Linea Corse Lemans are a good choice as a couple others mentioned

If you are looking to a staggered 19" setup you can go with the 19x8.5 fronts with a 30mm offset and 19x10 rears with a 37mm offset...or if you have a sedan you can go with the 19x10 22mm offset.

Regardless, with the linea corses you will not need to run spacers as there is a setup for everyone.

These will work really well with Race springs.

These will weight less than your oem wheel/tire package in most cases, unless you choose a super heavy 19" tire

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