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      07-01-2007, 08:04 PM   #1
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just ordered my m6 reps

after a few weeks of looking over and talking to people i finally bought them 18x8 m6 reps from **********s i was talking to don and he was really helpful since i don't s&%t about wheels....i went with dons advice and went with ET38 for the fronts and ET20 for the rear anyone ever run this type of off set on a 325 xi non sport? how do you guys think it'll look/run?
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It should look nice, I am running 19x8.5 all the way around, with ET 38 fronts, and ET 20 rears (after the spacers). You may opt for some spacers on the rear, as you will be a little tucked in. As for the M6 wheels, I think they look great, everyone has them, but then again probably not everyone where you live has them.
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I dont think you need to run spacers with et20 on the back...that's very aggressive and could rub, but you have xi so it's little higher. The best setup for e90/92 is et30 for the rears I guess.
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i just got M6 reps for my e90 so if you want to look at how they look like here they are... they come in 18s or 19s. i am running 18x8.5 all around. no spacers behind though... was thinking bout it but i didnt want to go through the hassle.
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i just got M6 reps for my e90 so if you want to look at how they look like here they are... they come in 18s or 19s. i am running 18x8.5 all around. no spacers behind though... was thinking bout it but i didnt want to go through the hassle.
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i just got M6 reps for my e90 so if you want to look at how they look like here they are... they come in 18s or 19s. i am running 18x8.5 all around. no spacers behind though... was thinking bout it but i didnt want to go through the hassle.
thats gorgeous man i cant wait till i get them on my car
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after a few weeks of looking over and talking to people i finally bought them 18x8 m6 reps from **********s i was talking to don and he was really helpful since i don't s&%t about wheels....i went with dons advice and went with ET38 for the fronts and ET20 for the rear anyone ever run this type of off set on a 325 xi non sport? how do you guys think it'll look/run?

I'm looking at getting the same setup. What size and brand of tires are you going with?
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I dont think you need to run spacers with et20 on the back...that's very aggressive and could rub, but you have xi so it's little higher. The best setup for e90/92 is et30 for the rears I guess.

He got 18x8, so I don't think ET20 is aggressive. Sound ok, but like rwwong mentioned, you might be a lil tucked in.
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