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      11-19-2008, 01:42 PM   #1
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Your Thoghts On These Shoes

well i was messing around with photoshop for a little and threw this together i was leaning either to this or the 19' CSL wheel i think i like this one but gimme your thoughts guys

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here just some random shots of the 335i getting detailed the day i got her

*(BTW)* if you guys have any request for photoshop just ask and im not a PhotoShop Guru lol just letting you guys know now..





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      11-19-2008, 01:47 PM   #2
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m6 reps always look clean

they should rename to M-sex wheels
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      11-19-2008, 01:58 PM   #3
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I personally think that the 335i SP wheels are as good as you can get for the car.
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      11-19-2008, 02:01 PM   #4
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I saw M6 wheels with the M tech bumper on a Space gray-E92 335i. Looked hot!
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19" Style 167M is the way to go, man.

(or have you considered 220M ?)
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      11-19-2008, 02:35 PM   #6
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IMHO - Don't put anything on that looks too close to stock or is stock on other BMWs.
No one but enthusiasts will know that you put other wheels on your car.
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I say it's a go, those look amazing!
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I saw this picture on this forum a couple weeks ago that just sums up everything I would want in a wheel for a e92. Take a look:

VMR's V710s






Matte Black and Gunmetal are also an option for those wheels too... I guess someone can photoshop any of those pictures to get a feeling for what those look like.
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I saw this picture on this forum a couple weeks ago that just sums up everything I would want in a wheel for a e92. Take a look:

Matte Black and Gunmetal are also an option for those wheels too... I guess someone can photoshop any of those pictures to get a feeling for what those look like.


that looks amazing!!!! wow what are those 20's? or 19's i think thay will look better like this


PS Doesn't it look kinda like a DB9 lol

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Hyperblack CSLs will look...
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