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      06-21-2009, 05:23 PM   #23
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seen those matey and yes they look great but I am thinking about 20's now as not sure if the 19's are going to look the part , still can't open any of the links on here , not sure why doh.
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Yeh get 20's mate. They will be much better! No point changin your rims just for the style. Ever considered hartge classic 2's? Stunning rim!
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      06-21-2009, 05:31 PM   #25
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yes they are very nice as well ,its just the cost of these things and then you go and kerb them
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I know mate. When u park up u need a taxi to the kerb to save scuffin them. Get the 20" schnitzer reps. The black inserts will look good against your red motor. Then again you already have 3 grands worth of rim on your m3! Buying nice cars is a mare cause we're never happy and want to make them that bit better and different!
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      06-21-2009, 05:44 PM   #27
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I like but then I might just fit the linea corse that I have what spacers would I need for them as the offsets are wrong at et35?
There is no such thing as a +35mm offset 19" 5x120 Linea Corse Lemans

They are made in an M3 specific offset at 19x8.5 +15 front and 19x10 +15 rear

No spacers would be needed with that setup.
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      06-22-2009, 05:04 AM   #28
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i love the look but im finding a lot of people going for these same rims - I cant suggest any other alloys because i havent had a look myself but definitely a 2 piece maybe from www.imagewheels.co.uk - you can literally create your own wheel and it will be unique from anyone else's.
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Michael, we can supply BBS wheels. I have asked my contact for a price and availability for you. I will update as soon as I have a response.
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Michael, we can supply BBS wheels. I have asked my contact for a price and availability for you. I will update as soon as I have a response.
Thanks Guys look forward to hearing from you ,I think you have my number .
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There is no such thing as a +35mm offset 19" 5x120 Linea Corse Lemans

They are made in an M3 specific offset at 19x8.5 +15 front and 19x10 +15 rear

No spacers would be needed with that setup.
no my linea corse wheels are the z2's I bought them for my old 335i ,just wondered if they would fit the M3 thats all .
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no my linea corse wheels are the z2's I bought them for my old 335i ,just wondered if they would fit the M3 thats all .
I'd suggest a 10-15mm spacer in the front and a 15-20mm spacer for the rear

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I'd suggest a 10-15mm spacer in the front and a 15-20mm spacer for the rear

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ok but would that affect the handling at all ?
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ok but would that affect the handling at all ?
nope, as long as you use H&R hubcentric stuff you will be ok

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      06-22-2009, 02:32 PM   #35
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where can I get them buddy and how much to the Uk?
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Did you get any closer to find any decent suppliers of these wheels?

I am so so close to getting a set of LM's for the E90 M3 - thinking of light graphite faces with the polished lips.

Only thing is my wheels have only done 1500 miles and are obviously as good as new.....not sure I can justify taking them off and swapping them yet!

Anyone here fitted the reps and have any reports of their long term quality (ie does the finish deteriorate?)
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no still trying ,but I am seriously considering fitting my linea corse z2's now as they would also look really good its just the spacer thing that puts me off a bit .
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Spacers will be fine Mikey, as long as you get good quality hub centric ones (H&R, Eibach etc)

Any CSL with a big brake kit will be running spacers to clear the callipers and we all know how hard they get driven on track.
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already got some hubcentric ones for the front so would just need some for the rear
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