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      06-01-2005, 11:51 PM   #1
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Beyern wheels?

Alright guys, don't laugh but i'm considering these mainly due to the affordable price.



http://www.tiretrends.com/wheel_cata...p3?wheelID=649

Since they're so cheap, i'm not sure how good the quality is going to be on these... any thoughts? Does anyone actually know anything about Beyern wheels or heard/read anything about them?
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They look nice...
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      06-02-2005, 06:27 AM   #3
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I've never heard of Beyern. You might want to also look into ASA wheels. They also make replica type mesh style wheels and lots of E46 owners have them. They seem to be doing ok in terms of their reputation. Good luck.
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those look beauitful, i'd say go for them and try it out.

heres a pic of them on an e46









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E90Newbie, these look awesome on the cars mark posted. The polished lip looks hot... I say give it a shot if they're not expensive and fit the e90.
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      06-02-2005, 11:10 AM   #6
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Do they offer these in E90 offset?
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      06-02-2005, 01:03 PM   #7
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Do they offer these in E90 offset?
I'm not sure, i haven't really researched them that much... But they do look really good on the E46's that mark posted. Thanks Mark!
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I just ordered a set of these in 18x8.5 with 245/40/18 BF Goodrich tires, $1450 after tire rebate, mounted, force-balanced, with mounting hardware/kit shipped and ready to bolt on. Discounttiresdirect.com. We'll see how they look. I got exhausted researching wheels.
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I just ordered a set of these in 18x8.5 with 245/40/18 BF Goodrich tires, $1450 after tire rebate, mounted, force-balanced, with mounting hardware/kit shipped and ready to bolt on. Discounttiresdirect.com. We'll see how they look. I got exhausted researching wheels.
Nice, be sure to share some pics with us.

Know how deep the dish is on your wheels??
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I think they look great. I myself went with the ASA AR-1's. But, the look is similar. I think that mesh style wheels look particularly nice on the E90. I think those, the CSL replicas, and of course the ASA's all look great. Good luck and post up some picks when you get them!
Also props to Mark, know matter what wheel someone is thinking about, he seems to have a photo library of them mounted
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      08-22-2005, 10:13 PM   #11
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those are hot. Ive seen pictures of them before but the pictures the company provides are terrible so i never considered them. But the pictures on e46's are hot. They look alot like the Breyton spirits and their cheaper!!!!! I wonder how much they weigh. Im feeling some 19's possibly!!!!!!! Chris
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Please take some nice shots. I think it will look great on your car. I am right now torn between the ASA AR1 and the Beyern Mesh. I think you might be the first to have this combo. Nice choice.
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Unfortunately I got an email back today saying they are out of stock and on back-order. This is the second wheel design I've wanted to buy that was unavailable. I theorize that maybe the new E90 wheel designs aren't that well loved (other than the 162) and a lot of people are changing out. I'm sure 18" is a popular size on this car too.

I'm still out there looking.
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      08-23-2005, 08:32 PM   #14
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Beyern I think is a division owned by TSW and only makes wheels strictly for BMW. 2 styles of wheels, thats it.
My buddy that manages at www.1010tires.com is hooking me up with them. I will be getting the mesh design. Apparently, these are one of the best selling BMW wheels in the world, I've had mine on order since beginning of July and finally they've arrived just today. He told me they are actually very good quality for the price thats why he recommended them to me.

Also, I've ordered Eibach springs since then and should be arriving this week.
I'll post up some pics when I have them installed.
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for all the Beyern wheels fans, I know the wheel is still backordered and some of us are waiting for it, so I got some more pics of them on a car for us to look at while we wait. These are still on an e46, hopefully one of us E90 people will get ours in soon!







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Anyone interested in Beyern Wheels contact Felix at buywheelstoday.com. When I talked to him a couple of days ago he had both Mesh and Five in stock.
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It looks really nice on E46~~
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I saw these in person on a 2004 black 330i and they look even better in person. The dude had 19x8.5 front and 19x9.5 rear and had it lowered 1.5 f/r. It looked perfect and I love the big ass polish lip in the rear. I say one of the best wheels on the mkt in terms of price/quality/and most importantly looks!!!!
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These ones I also like too.




Here is the link that carries them.

http://www.shopcms.com/index.php?cur...a5aad1bc8f993b
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Here they are on my E-90

They are 18 X 8.5 Beyern Mesh in crome 49.5 lbs with 225 40 ZR 18 Pilot sport A/S verses 59.2 lbs for the 162's in the rear and 54 lbs in the front with the stock RFT's.
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Too much offset... they cant be 18" they must be 17's no way to be 8.5!!
Whats the offset for those?

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They are 18 X 8.5 Beyern Mesh in crome 49.5 lbs with 225 40 ZR 18 Pilot sport A/S verses 59.2 lbs for the 162's in the rear and 54 lbs in the front with the stock RFT's.
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