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      01-31-2013, 12:55 PM   #45
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Damn they look cheap. Fronts don't match at all also you 4x4 stance is to funny when sitting on 20s. But hey atleast you got Dinan just don't pull up beside a 335i with FBO



Suspension is next! (had the car about a month now)

This is the look I was looking for but bigger
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      01-31-2013, 12:59 PM   #46
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next time I see the Family Guy ipecac episode...I'll think of this.
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Suspension should always be before rims and you are far from the look you provided with those cheap wheels dude
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next time I see the Family Guy ipecac episode...I'll think of this.
Hahaha!


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Suspension should always be before rims

Mental note taken
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Really don't think they're anywhere near as bad as people are making out to be. Def needs a drop to sort the look out though, but like you said you've only had it a month & that its next on your to do list so shouldn't take too long to look better.

I think if you wanted the look of that m3 but bigger you should have got the likes of these...

http://forums.m3cutters.co.uk/showthread.php?t=61825
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Project, what rims would you have steered me towards if that was the look I was going for?
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Really don't think they're anywhere near as bad as people are making out to be. Def needs a drop to sort the look out though, but like you said you've only had it a month & that its next on your to do list so shouldn't take too long to look better.

I think if you wanted the look of that m3 but bigger you should have got the likes of these...

http://forums.m3cutters.co.uk/showthread.php?t=61825
Funny
You posted this at the same time I was asking that same question

Thanks for the feedback Mark
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Project, what rims would you have steered me towards if that was the look I was going for?
No point of even trying considering I gurantee you will reply with some smart ass remark.

Good choice on wheels love the 20s that's what you want lol
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Suspension should always be before rims and you are far from the look you provided with those cheap wheels dude
lol this guy was making fun of your wheels
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Suspension should always be before rims and you are far from the look you provided with those cheap wheels dude
lol this guy was making fun of your wheels
Lol. What can you do, not much with a guy like this. He even pm'd me to reply to his thread. Someone needs a little attention I think that's all
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Lol. What can you do, not much with a guy like this. He even pm'd me to reply to his thread. Someone needs a little attention I think that's all
Hey I gave you a hard time on your thread wanted to make sure I gave you an opportunity to hit back haha. I made this thread for you Project, not fair for me to dislike yours (abrasive on my part but Ive read your posts on other threads and know your type) and not put mine out for criticism. I also understand styles and taste varies across the globe

Genuinely interested in what you'd recommend tho, I know your big on rims
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That is badass!!
Well done

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Hey I gave you a hard time on your thread wanted to make sure I gave you an opportunity to hit back haha. I made this thread for you Project, not fair for me to dislike yours (abrasive on my part but Ive read your posts on other threads and know your type) and not put mine out for criticism. I also understand styles and taste varies across the globe

Genuinely interested in what you'd recommend tho, I know your big on rims
Haha dude that was well said and know your type to just trying to get me to comment negative on your shit but it's just no fun when you want it...

i am big into rims.....yes as many people know on here and honestly if I was going for your style I would be looking at HRE IMHO theres a few different styles that fit the look your going for. But especially on a 20" rim I would never get a no name or replica rim withv that small of a tire
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Haha dude that was well said and know your type to just trying to get me to comment negative on your shit but it's just no fun when you want it...

i am big into rims.....yes as many people know on here and honestly if I was going for your style I would be looking at HRE IMHO theres a few different styles that fit the look your going for. But especially on a 20" rim I would never get a no name or replica rim withv that small of a tire
Call me a masochist. Ive been reading long enough to know people were going to hate on 20s. I was prepared (dont get it twisted tho, still sucks haha)


Yea those are pretty clean but honestly to 99% of people (non rim enthusiast) theyd think this was almost an identical rim different finish. Cant fit any more damn tire on these wheels tho
Appreciate the feedback bro, try not to be a condescending pr!ck on other threads btw, Just breaking your balls
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Call me a masochist. Ive been reading long enough to know people were going to hate on 20s. I was prepared (dont get it twisted tho, still sucks haha)


Yea those are pretty clean but honestly to 99% of people (non rim enthusiast) theyd think this was almost an identical rim different finish. Cant fit any more damn tire on these wheels tho
Appreciate the feedback bro, try not to be a condescending pr!ck on other threads btw, Just breaking your balls
Those HRE are night and day in quality and finish compared to yours dude and I try to be a condescending prick sometimes just for fun cause this place gets boring. Something to do, but overall if you ask most I help alot of guys on here with fitment and rim and suspension needs so it evens itself out I guess you could say lol

Grab the HRE and get rid of thos ugly rims you got, and btw give that 6 series owner parked beside you a
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Fair enough. Go for positive and not even things out would be a better goal but hey, if it keeps you entertained, whatever


Back to the rims. So the HREs are a lot better than the Incurve brand? Is it materials or way they make them or what?
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You have on both convex and concave wheels on your car?

Not feeling the front. But the rear is okay.
What did one wheel tell to another?
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Fair enough. Go for positive and not even things out would be a better goal but hey, if it keeps you entertained, whatever


Back to the rims. So the HREs are a lot better than the Incurve brand? Is it materials or way they make them or what?
You could have three sets of InCurve's for the price of a set of those HRE's.
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What did one wheel tell to another?
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You could have three sets of InCurve's for the price of a set of those HRE's.

Umm ok
You can also have three intakes for the price of a Dinan. I hope the name brand isnt the reason after I was pummeled for saying the D word
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