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      08-21-2008, 08:58 PM   #1
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Anyone sell staggered 18" M6 reps?

I'm trying to pull the trigger on new 18" wheels for my TiAg 330i. Been vacillating between CSL's and M6 reps but just keep leaning toward the M6's. But unfortunately I'm only seeing 8" widths in the 18's. Does anyone make anything wider to facilitate a staggered setup?

And if not, what color CSL would look best on my silver E90? I'm not looking for an ultra-aggressive look, just something eye-catching.

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If you do the CSLs, I would stick with silver for your car. The hyperblack would work well if you are going to aggressively modify the car but if it will remain otherwise stock, then I would stick with the silver.
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I second the silver. Any other color would start leaning towards the aggressive side.
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why not just go with 19"s ?
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I am also interested in the M6 wheel in an 18".With the openness of this wheel I think that an 18 would look good and not like an open truck wheel if you know what I mean.
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I have the 18 inch M6 in staggered fitment if you need some help let me know.
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I'm trying to pull the trigger on new 18" wheels for my TiAg 330i. Been vacillating between CSL's and M6 reps but just keep leaning toward the M6's. But unfortunately I'm only seeing 8" widths in the 18's. Does anyone make anything wider to facilitate a staggered setup?

And if not, what color CSL would look best on my silver E90? I'm not looking for an ultra-aggressive look, just something eye-catching.

-TMc
TMc, if you need 18x8.5 versions, we have 18x8.5 ET35 M6 style wheels available for you. If you want a staggered setup, we can set that up with the 18x9.5 in the rear with ET40. That's not a problem at all. Just PM me and I will give you the setup you'd go with as well as an awesome price
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