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      07-19-2005, 12:21 AM   #1
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Question Help me pick out new Wheels!!!!

Does anyone know where I can find those amazing 5 spoke wheels on that Artic Silver 325i on the home page galleries? They are amazing. I've always had a thing for 5 spokes . They're so hot. Also, does anyone have any information about switching the corner lights from orange to the european clear. The ones with the clear lenses look so much better than the orange ones. I'm about to order a new 3, and I do not like the standard 16's. I definately want to replace them. Help me!
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check with DTMautowerkes,in southern cali. Check his website and call him,he can heelp u out with different type of 5 spoke wheels for an excellent price. His website is DTMautowerkes.com
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Does anyone know where I can find those amazing 5 spoke wheels on that Artic Silver 325i on the home page galleries? They are amazing. I've always had a thing for 5 spokes . They're so hot. Also, does anyone have any information about switching the corner lights from orange to the european clear. The ones with the clear lenses look so much better than the orange ones. I'm about to order a new 3, and I do not like the standard 16's. I definately want to replace them. Help me!
Which 5 spoke wheels? There's tons of pics in the arctic gallery so can you post the picture your talking about?

Do a search about the orange corners, seems you can't get them clear unless you buy a whole new headlight assembly.
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Ok, I can't find out how to paste the picture of the 5 spokes that I like. But if you go to the artic silver gallery... its the 8th picture down. They are 5 spokes and they look like they're about 18 or 19 inches. Any info? Thanks for the feedback.
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Are you talking about these? If so, these are factory 19" Type 199 wheels.




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how much are this work equips wheels?
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About $800/wheel in the 19 inch fitment. But Work will custom make your offsets and widths
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