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      01-05-2008, 10:42 AM   #1
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Star Spoke in 19"?-- E90's best rims

the best rims on the sedan are the standard 18's on the SP, but they are, of course, just 18's. Where can you get these bad boys in 19's?

Pic here looks like 19's? but OEM doesn't sell them
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      01-05-2008, 11:08 AM   #2
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Wow Bro.....I hate to burst your bubble but...........................

That picture is Photoshop bigtime!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Search "Morr 162" I think you'll find what your looking for. Welcome to the Forum.
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My rims which are 19"s

i love them! stock OEM
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thanks fior the tips. they are gorgeous. where is the link to buy them? are they lighter than the stock?
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My rims which are 19"s

i love them! stock OEM
I love those wheels too. Are they wider than the common OEM 18" Sport package wheel that looks like a fan? Do you know how many inches wide your tire is on those in the rear?
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230 reps 19"

I have 230 reps on my car- the roads here suck and the rims have held up well. 15k miles and they still feel round. Look nice too but I will probably have them repainted when the snows go on this winter.



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I have 230 reps on my car- the roads here suck and the rims have held up well. 15k miles and they still feel round. Look nice too but I will probably have them repainted when the snows go on this winter.



Looks good Bro...nice and clean!!!
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