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      04-20-2009, 04:52 AM   #1
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6 series 184 alloys

Just walked through our carpark here and noticed a 635d with stunning alloys.

Have trawled the net and think theya re style 184 ... never noticed anyone mention them here before, but was wondering if anyoen had seen a set on an E92 - or whether even they would fit?
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Done some research - offsets are totally wrong for the E92 according to BMW.

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Yes, offsets are totally out!! Can't use regular 6er wheels on our E9x I'm afraid
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This is a 184 style - is that what you meant?

http://www.m5board.com/vbulletin/e60...ct-ts810s.html
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Thats the wheel!

But the 6 i saw had the tops and bottoms done out in black - it looked really good!
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I have to say, I'm not a fan of them at all.

They look waaaaay too small on a 5, I bet they look like castors on a 6!!!
When it comes to Bangle beemers, bigger is definitely better. I know it can upset ride etc, but I think even the standard 19's on an M6 look a little small.

Or am I just a chav?
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I have to say, I'm not a fan of them at all.

They look waaaaay too small on a 5, I bet they look like castors on a 6!!!
When it comes to Bangle beemers, bigger is definitely better. I know it can upset ride etc, but I think even the standard 19's on an M6 look a little small.

Or am I just a chav?
The M5 and M6 have massive profile on there tyres and a wider stance, making the wheels not look so large. Look wide tho,.
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