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      03-25-2008, 04:11 AM   #1
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ASA or AVARUS or Zinik?

I was browsing tirerack just now, and couple of wheels caught my attention, but I have never heard of those brands. Anyone have used either brand before and how is it? pros and cons?
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but where can I get their wheels from? I am actually looking for the FR4 2 piece wheel.
but I don't think tirerack have them
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ASA are excellent wheels for the price. You might even want to consider their one piece designs, they go very well with our cars and you can even use the BMW center caps. I like the AR1 and AR2 a lot. Very Classy!! Check them out at Tire Rack.
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but do they have deep lip?
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