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      06-22-2012, 10:36 AM   #67
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Life wrecker. That shit is full of fail - at least for me haha...
Hey anyone want my gently used can? Free to a good home- local pickup!
Take it away from me before I do any more damage
10 more cans and u can paint ur entire car... HAHA stay away from plasti DIP IMO. I like the OEM parts
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      06-22-2012, 11:42 AM   #68
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10 more cans and u can paint ur entire car... HAHA stay away from plasti DIP IMO. I like the OEM parts
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      06-22-2012, 11:50 AM   #69
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Pretty soon we will have our lady's only section on this forum.
Yea they're called kitchens







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      06-22-2012, 11:56 AM   #70
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      06-22-2012, 12:07 PM   #71
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Well I was going to say that there was already a ladies forum, at least in the great lakes...the Chicagoland Chat Thread is full of lady stuff.
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      06-23-2012, 07:02 AM   #81
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thank you for contributing to the girl to guy ratio, it is much needed
I agree. More ladies are welcome to help balance out this Testicle Festival

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i was thinking maybe to keep the oem for winter? or do you think aftermarkets would stand winter?

thinking something like this type...just not sure if its a good daily driver rim
http://www.ebay.com/itm/19-BMW-Wheel...a6d758&vxp=mtr
+1 on keeping OEMs for winters. Narrow tires help with traction in snow

162s look good on E90s but those CSLs look bad ass! tough to clean though esp with BMWs world renowned brake dust
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yay! nice to meet you! love the 335 my friend has a e92 335 it sounds beautiful!
I think girls moan beautiful than inline six turbo
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Well with regards to the rims, living in the same area I can add this. If you are on A/S you can get by. It may be difficult and you want to drive during the storms but the roads are cleared and salted well enough to survive their freeze point well enough, just be careful.

I run Volks March-November and keep the OEM's with Blizzak's at the Hainesville Firestone. Stores 'em for like $25 or something like that.

Depending on budget if you want to mount aftermarkets with winters as you asked if the aftermarket would survive the winter, I wouldn't run anything expensive during the winter. If you want to buy a cheap set of rims and use those during the winter, that's one thing.

Personally I hate all OEM rims other than 313's. So I couldn't wait to get my Volks and trash the crap out of my 169's in the ice and snow.
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      06-23-2012, 02:15 PM   #87
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Well with regards to the rims, living in the same area I can add this. If you are on A/S you can get by. It may be difficult and you want to drive during the storms but the roads are cleared and salted well enough to survive their freeze point well enough, just be careful.

I run Volks March-November and keep the OEM's with Blizzak's at the Hainesville Firestone. Stores 'em for like $25 or something like that.

Depending on budget if you want to mount aftermarkets with winters as you asked if the aftermarket would survive the winter, I wouldn't run anything expensive during the winter. If you want to buy a cheap set of rims and use those during the winter, that's one thing.

Personally I hate all OEM rims other than 313's. So I couldn't wait to get my Volks and trash the crap out of my 169's in the ice and snow.
yea i figure since the winters havent been too bad around here i shouldnt have a problem driving but ive heard horror stories of nice aftermarkets being ruined from just a simple slide on ice...any recommendations on where i could get nice aftermarkets in the area? preferably a sort of CSL style? i love the spokes layout
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Well with regards to the rims, living in the same area I can add this. If you are on A/S you can get by. It may be difficult and you want to drive during the storms but the roads are cleared and salted well enough to survive their freeze point well enough, just be careful.
@kitkat: if the car is a daily driver all year round, then it's a no brainer to get dedicated winter tires, even the cheapest ones would perform better than the best all-seasons. at 205/55/16 stock size, these are not expensive at all.

consider this a smart mod. once you've tuned your engine and gave it more speed, you need good rubbers to stop the car in cold weather

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