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      08-15-2007, 05:48 PM   #1
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pic request e92 with DPE GT7s

looking to get these wheels... havent seen that many with these wheels
anyone got pics?

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      08-15-2007, 06:21 PM   #2
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I just got my shipping notification from LongTran... Should have in a few days, then a few days after that I'll have them mounted up...
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sweet what color finish did you get
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These are going to look hot on a E90/E92 ... esp if you get 20" as they are a steplip
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These are going to look hot on a E90/E92 ... esp if you get 20" as they are a steplip
ya im thinking about going with 20s since it has steplip... but afraid of them being too big
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i would go with 19's to save ur ride quality and not bend the rims. 19s and h&r sport springs would look sick
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ya im thinking about going with 20s since it has steplip... but afraid of them being too big
Step lips always make the wheels appear smaller. My set of Works that I ordered for my car are 20" step lips for that reason mainly. I see a lot of guys running 20s on here without any problems .... only down side is the rear will be a 285/35/20 which is a stiff sidewall. If you have a good set of coilovers you can adjust the dampening to make up for it though.
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