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      02-05-2012, 12:22 PM   #1
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**********s m5 rims

Hey guys,

I was looking for some new rims on mod bargains for the 328i that im gonna buy and the new m5 rims caught my eye on mod bargains. I was wondering if anyone has had experience with the rims and website, and maybe could post a pic of the wheels on their ride. Thanks
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      02-05-2012, 12:48 PM   #2
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I was looking for some new rims on mod bargains for the 328i that im gonna buy and the new m5 rims caught my eye on mod bargains. I was wondering if anyone has had experience with the rims and website, and maybe could post a pic of the wheels on their ride. Thanks
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      02-05-2012, 01:16 PM   #3
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http://www.**********s.com/BMW-F10-M5-Style-Wheels.htm
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      02-05-2012, 02:11 PM   #4
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Probably weigh like a bitch.
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I just bought these wheels from http://www.oemwheelsplus.com/ 2 of the wheels were great the other two slightly messed up. When I complained to the company they told me that's what I get for buying such cheap wheels. They also told me they are the supplier for anyone that sells these wheels. I don't know if that's true or not. The build and finish of the wheel seemed good but I think someone was drinking when they drilled these holes. I found someone to round out the imperfections and they look okay now. They don't seem to weigh that much but I can throw them on a scale later to give you real weight. I liked the wheel just wished they were cosmetically perfect. Maybe your luck will be better than mine.





Here is one that was good:

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      02-05-2012, 03:00 PM   #6
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im guessing its 700 per wheel??! or 700 for a set of four because that doesn't seem like such a bargain if they come out like that
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      02-05-2012, 03:58 PM   #7
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Pure junk,Friend purchased 6 series reps and guess what??Couple weeks in it was bend city.Cheap enough if you want to throw the dice but do not use run flats and that price is $7 bills for the set...Scared yet?? See-ya
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wow those rims look great but i agree with u daveL
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i wanna see them on the car, they look pretty cool tho
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      02-07-2012, 07:35 PM   #10
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The F10 M5 style wheels are manufactured to meet the highest performance, quality, and safety standards in the industry. The wheel passes JWL and VIA standards to ensure the highest level of safety and quality. We do have a strict quality control process and every single wheel that passes through our door goes through this. We do spend extra time to QC our wheels as we want to make sure you guys get the best possible set!

[img]http://www.**********s.com/images/Products/MISC/Quality-Control-wheels.jpg[/img]

The F10 M5 style wheel is fairly new and we currently don't have any installed pictures on the E9X. For those of you who are interested, feel free to drop me a PM for a special deal on a set for some installed pictures
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they better be 800 for the set. 800 each is a total rip imo lol
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I really like these and was hoping to get them on my car for spring. Kinda rethinking that after reading above posts.

I ps'd them on my car just to get an idea.

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im guessing its 700 per wheel??! or 700 for a set of four because that doesn't seem like such a bargain if they come out like that
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they better be 800 for the set. 800 each is a total rip imo lol
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Price is $899.95 for the SET - not each wheel.

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Probably weigh like a bitch.
Actually, they weigh lighter than most OEM 19'' BMW wheels (23-24lb 19x8.5 ET35mm & 27-28lb for 19x10.0 ET38mm). These are low-pressure cast wheels - not to be confused with the gravity cast ones that FstAzzWhip got from OEMWHEELSPLUS. Also, the low-pressure-cast versions will take the stock oem bmw caps & m logos also.

Hope that helps,

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These look nice, but im still waiting for actual pictures of them on a E90 not photoshopped

Send me a set and Ill take the pics on my car
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I'm loving the machined gunmetal. I wouldn't mind a set in 19x8.5 et18 19x9.5 et20
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Send me a set and Ill take the pics on my car
Here are the pictures of the F10 M5 style wheels in Matte Black 19" for you to check out

[IMG]http://www.**********s.com/images/Products/OE%20Wheels/f10-m5-wheels-black-e90-335i%20(2).JPG[/IMG]

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I'm loving the machined gunmetal. I wouldn't mind a set in 19x8.5 et18 19x9.5 et20
That is an aggressive setup and is not typically recommended as a bolt on fitment.
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Here you go:

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Anyone have these on their car yet??
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      07-02-2012, 10:16 AM   #21
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That gunmetal is a nice looking wheel. really need pics installed to see how theyd look and fit. can you get square setups?
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