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      03-05-2013, 05:38 PM   #1
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Website for 20"alloys

Hi
Struggling to find a good set of 20" alloys,anybody k ow a good site?

Looked eBay & Mstyle so far can only find the following I like

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/1210639326...84.m1423.l2649

Cheers for any help
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      03-05-2013, 05:50 PM   #2
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try these

http://www.bmautosport.co.uk/showroo...c-51_23_122_32

http://www.wheelbasealloys.com/?gcli...FUfMtAod5gMAug

http://www.alloywheels.com/search.as...l=3-Series-E93
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      03-05-2013, 06:11 PM   #3
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Cheers mate
Still can't find anything that really jumps out at me, these seem ok

http://www.wheelbasealloys.com/20_In...y_Wheels__6405

Amy input fellas what you think between the two I posted ?
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Are you for real 20's? with rubber rand tyres?

Well good luck mate if you get any post up some pics.
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is there a sponser on here selling alloys?
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Are you for real 20's? with rubber rand tyres?

Well good luck mate if you get any post up some pics.
will do whats the point of getting 19s when 20s will fit lol
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will do whats the point of getting 19s when 20s will fit lol
1) 20s will destroy the ride quality
2) it will look idiotic/chav/shit
3) tyres will be more expensive
4) it will devalue the car when it somes to sell because people will think "what kind of **** has owned this car
5) They'll be much easier to curb/damage
6) They're probably more expensive
7) what's the point?
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1) 20s will destroy the ride quality
2) it will look idiotic/chav/shit
3) tyres will be more expensive
4) it will devalue the car when it somes to sell because people will think "what kind of **** has owned this car
5) They'll be much easier to curb/damage
6) They're probably more expensive
7) what's the point?
You should have just left it at numero uno,that's the most pertinent point.
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1) 20s will destroy the ride quality
2) it will look idiotic/chav/shit
3) tyres will be more expensive
4) it will devalue the car when it somes to sell because people will think "what kind of **** has owned this car
5) They'll be much easier to curb/damage
6) They're probably more expensive
7) what's the point?
^^ Don't hold back. Tell us what you really think.
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1) 20s will destroy the ride quality
2) it will look idiotic/chav/shit
3) tyres will be more expensive
4) it will devalue the car when it somes to sell because people will think "what kind of **** has owned this car
5) They'll be much easier to curb/damage
6) They're probably more expensive
7) what's the point?


All in your opinion, you should of added.
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You should have just left it at numero uno,that's the most pertinent point.
Unless its an Audi.......................?!?!?

On one of the other forums a guys bought a v8 Audi was an A8 i believe which had a LPG conversion. So he decided he wanted something different so stuck on 22" audi reps with 1mm profile tyres or something stupid.

Anyway when asked how the ride was he said its actually very civilised with the Air suspension or whatever it has.

P.s He also lowered it too

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1) 20s will destroy the ride quality
2) it will look idiotic/chav/shit
3) tyres will be more expensive
4) it will devalue the car when it somes to sell because people will think "what kind of **** has owned this car
5) They'll be much easier to curb/damage
6) They're probably more expensive
7) what's the point?
point 1 car is a second car so wont be driven alot
2 bollocks
3 not worried
4 bollocks again
5 learn to park
6 agreed
7 cause i can
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to be fair getting 20's on a car i don't think would be any more uncomfortable than OEM 19" MV4's on Run Flats!

i think the 19" rrun flats against 20" standard tyres ride comfort would be about the same!

as long as you get the offsets, stance etc correct then i reckon it will look fine! you just have to ensure you go for the right wheel to compliment your car
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I am running 20's on my e93 with Eibach Sportline suspension and the ride quality is surprising comfortable compared to when running the M-sport suspension with 19" MV4 with runflats.

Most suggest wearing 285/25/R20 tyres (you can try 275/30/R20) for the rear and 235 or 245/30/R20 tyres for the front.

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OP are you going for a deep dish look? lip? concave? Convex?
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OP are you going for a deep dish look? lip? concave? Convex?
like the concave look
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To be fair in concave all the really nice wheels around 3k plus, especially because the deeper the concave the more likely they will be forged.

It will be really difficult to get something but if it must be 20's and under 1k for wheels alone then...

LM reps. ( a la cage)
CSL reps (NJ is running these)
MK motorsport (huge lip)

I mean are there any others you are considering?
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      03-06-2013, 12:57 PM   #19
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I'm just looking whats out there mate but want to max out @ 1500
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http://www.bmautosport.co.uk/showroo...h=51_23_122_32

saves you a few s

I have these but in 19s and painted them satin black
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What do tyres cost?

Can't imagine many budget brands in such a low profile and rare size.

I only see Dunlops at 270 each without fitting.

The Autovogue cars come with 20s although that doesn't help against the chav point.

I think they could/would look good.
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Budget tyres are between 65-80 each; mid-range (Falkens, Hankook) 150-200 each and high end (Michelin, Conti's) 250-400 each.

Price based on quoted prices on camskill website.
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