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      01-16-2013, 12:15 AM   #23
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i have a question... ccw or any wheels/rims manufacture dont have patent for their wheels? i mean this is crazy
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      01-16-2013, 12:31 AM   #24
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      01-16-2013, 06:56 AM   #25
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Always loved ccw classics, would look great in 19.. even if a rep.
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      01-16-2013, 08:30 AM   #26
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It is true that there have been many threads I have seen that someones reps bent, cracked, warped, etc. There have been people who have suffered damage to their vehicles because of this. I have had reps before and can say their not as bad as you guys make it seem. The majority of people on this forum i would say do have reps and are very happy with them. Reps allow those who are not fortunate enough to be able to blow 5k rims the same design as those who are fortunate enough. Without a debt I would say the majority of bend/cracks/etc. come from the drivers mistake. Whether it was hitting a pothole on the streets or hitting the curb parking these kinds of things do effect the rim and can have serious effects on them. Rarely do you hear that a perfectly good rep just decides to crack and send you into a guardrail. For those that it has happened, that really sucks and should definitely consider looking for a better quality rep. From my searches Varrstoens are very good for for a set of reps. They come in great widths and offsets for any kind of driver. We all know you cant beat the real thing, but we should all try to embrace reps because they cater to many members needs/wants to keep up with those that are fortunate enough to have the real things. At the end of the day we all have the same goal, which is to improve our cars looks/performance
True, but depending on where you live, potholes are unavoidable. I cracked one of my alufelgen sf-71 and i couldn't even tell you when i actually remember hitting anything. One day I just noticed the tire was leaking air and when i inspected the rim i found a hairline crack.
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The VW scene is going to go bananas over these.
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haters gonna hate

Guess some of you guys feel all cool spending $5k on your wheels. Maybe when you guys grow up you will realize what a dumb financial decision that was.
When you got money to blow....
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      01-16-2013, 09:34 AM   #29
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What? CCWs are nice but they're not that expensive for the real set....
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The VW scene is going to go bananas over these.
These.


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      01-16-2013, 09:35 AM   #30
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I have had 4 different sets of varrstoens and have driven in all kinds of roads and conditions and I will vouch for these wheels and the companies customer service 100% these are no XXr or rotas. They might be reps but high quality reps none the less.


Me myself ill wait for these to come out and get them and be happy spending $1300 vs $4000 only to keep them for the same amount of time without any issues as I've always expected from these wheels. And should I encounter problems, well like I said customer service won't let you down.
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e90post is a reps king... For those of us, hardcore reps are gonna love this...

By the way, will bbs cap fit this wheel?
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      01-16-2013, 10:10 AM   #32
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I've been told you can get real CCWs in 19s, you just have to call and ask.
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Why does everyone keep saying $5k wheels? CCWs are ~$3k.

This makes me mad. I fucking hate reps.
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haters gonna hate
Guess some of you guys feel all cool spending $5k on your wheels. Maybe when you guys grow up you will realize what a dumb financial decision that was. Varrstoen makes solid wheels if I had not gotten the LM style from them I would be all over these. I am very upset .
to an extent I can agree with this. For me, I'm looking to buy a house and 4k5k is closing (if I have to pay it) or a nice down payment. But for those who can afford it I you and ask if you could spare a couple dollars for me

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You can spend around 2k on a used set of HREs/Enkei/BBS. Its common sense to get the real deal.. You have a nice car.. But to each his own good luck with "improving performance"
Maybe more like $2500-3k...(buy my volks )

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What? CCWs are nice but they're not that expensive for the real set....
If I'm not mistaken I don't think CCW makes this wheel in a 19, at least according to there website they dont.

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True, but depending on where you live, potholes are unavoidable. I cracked one of my alufelgen sf-71 and i couldn't even tell you when i actually remember hitting anything. One day I just noticed the tire was leaking air and when i inspected the rim i found a hairline crack.
This is a good (bad) example of a good structure wheel failing. I'm glad the owner was not hurt. But if you search around ADV.1 for example there are many stories of their wheels cracking. I've had a local guy find a crack in his wheel. Now I'm not saying ADV.1 is a bad wheel. But things happen, forged wheels are not 100% on not failing. Just improves chances slightly not to.
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      01-16-2013, 11:52 AM   #35
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e90post is a reps king... For those of us, hardcore reps are gonna love this...

By the way, will bbs cap fit this wheel?
Lmao your joking about the BBS caps... I hope you are lol



I think a bunch of these will sell people have been waiting for these. But CCWs aren't that expensive I begin with..
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Oh boy to bad
Orange you glad you sold yours before these came out? (do you see what I did there bro )
Lol. Good one MARIO.

When it comes down to it reps are just are missing something that the original wheel has and I can spot them a mile away. CCW are a great wheel and after these are realeased it will just show people that even more
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Oh boy to bad
Orange you glad you sold yours before these came out? (do you see what I did there bro )
Lol. Good one MARIO.

When it comes down to it reps are just are missing something that the original wheel has and I can spot them a mile away. CCW are a great wheel and after these are realeased it will just show people that even more
Like B!tch spotting a fake handbag
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The direct translation of the word "Copyright" in Chinese means "The Right to Copy".
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      01-16-2013, 01:09 PM   #39
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The direct translation of the word "Copyright" in Chinese means "The Right to Copy".
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      01-16-2013, 01:29 PM   #40
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I'm on varrsoen lm reps. Had them for almost a year now with no problems.
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interested to see the pricing on these... You can pick up used CCW for around 2k or less even. So i don't really see why anyone wouldn't want to spend under 1k to get the Authentic reputable ones..
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      01-16-2013, 05:58 PM   #42
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interested to see the pricing on these... You can pick up used CCW for around 2k or less even. So i don't really see why anyone wouldn't want to spend under 1k to get the Authentic reputable ones..
You'd be surprised
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Authentic reputable ones..
Reread what you just said and hit yourself in the face for me.
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Reread what you just said and hit yourself in the face for me.

???? No.


Reputable means honorable, legit, good, respectable, worthy, excellent, reliable etc.

Im honestly not sure what you're trying to imply here...
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