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      06-14-2005, 05:52 PM   #1
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Rim weight for ACS type 4 and 330i sport pack(style 162)

Does anyone know what's the weight for 19" 1 piece ACS type 4 rim is?? and also what's the weight for stock E90 330i sport pack rim (style 162)?? Anywhere I can find the info on them?? thanks alot
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Hey for the ACS Type IV wheels, might wanna try asking CEC (http://www.cecwheels.com/), they're an US distributor of AC Schnitzer. If u find out, share with us
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Great news, BMW NA sent me the rim weight for Style 162.

Style 162 | 18 x 8.0 | 11.226 kg x 2.2 = 24.6972 lbs
Style 162 | 18 x 8.5 | 11.926 kg x 2.2 = 26.2372 lbs
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Thanks LWL! Hrm the 162's are not light at all!! Won't be hard to find aftermarket 18" wheels that weigh the same or less
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