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      11-20-2005, 10:03 PM   #1
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Style 44 Wheels on Ti Silver

Just got my winter wheels on. I know some people had asked if e46 rims fit and also how style 44 looks....So here are your answers. I put on style 44 oem bmw with 12 mm rogue engineering spaces in the front and 15mm in the back. Sorry, I will get better pictures tomorrow, my camera doesn't auto focus at night.
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      11-20-2005, 10:58 PM   #2
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i always wondered what style 44's would look like on the E90....they look pretty decent IMO.

ps..use a tripod next time, you'll get a better shot
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      11-20-2005, 11:35 PM   #3
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its amazing how the 17" E46 wheels that look decently sized on the E46 look a bit small on the E90... But none-the less, I think thats one of the best winter-wheel setups I've seen yet
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FINALLY!!!! Somebody has finally put 44's on an E90!!!! I have been asking for months now. Looks awesome!!!
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Can you get an angle shot so we can see how much they are tucked under the fenders? Thanks
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      11-21-2005, 07:19 AM   #6
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I will try to get some nicer pictures on Tuesday. The fronts look really good, but the rear would look better if I had 20mm spacer or so. However, I did not want to go too thick on the spacers. I believe when I did the calculations the front and back only came in 1mm with my set up.

I agree, they do not look as big because the e90 is larger. If they were 18 inch I think they would look really nice.
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Any updated photos yet?
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