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      03-26-2014, 12:13 PM   #1
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Anyone use ALZOR brand wheels?

Hi there, I just found on ECS website some ALZOR wheels, very good looking and very cheap as well. $399-$449 for A SET OF FOUR!
Look very good so I asked one of their people whats up with these, they said its their brand so no middle man involved, wheels are very affordable. Question comes down to quality, durability, warranty, weight, balancing...
Here is one I was looking at
http://www.ecstuning.com/BMW-E90-328...oys/ES2695478/
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http://www.ecstuning.com/BMW-E90-328...oys/ES2695474/

Anyone using these rims or at least this brand? Whats your experience with it?

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      03-26-2014, 12:22 PM   #2
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My buddy is using them for his winter set. They survived the brutal NJ winter we had this year and all the wonderful pot holes, so they are ok in my book.
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      03-26-2014, 01:41 PM   #3
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Wow, may have to pick some up as a winter set. These are pretty nice looking, sub'd to hear anyone who has experience with them.
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I'd have a set if they made something I liked in an 18" wheel. All the styles they have that I would want are only offered in 19".
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I have a set of the alzor 718. I was sketchy about them at first mainly due to the low price and little reviews. That all changed when i received the wheels. I have them on for a little over 2 months and are holding up fine, finish and integrity. They balanced out fine, actually better than my factory 159's.
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hows the weight? are they heavy, moderate, lightweight...?
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hows the weight? are they heavy, moderate, lightweight...?
Weights are listed for each wheel. Moderate weight.
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Im also highly considering a set of the black 030 wheels... Not sure on 18 or 19, and then square or staggered. Just want to be sure they will fit flush or at least like oem and ride properly...
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I have a set of the alzor 718. I was sketchy about them at first mainly due to the low price and little reviews. That all changed when i received the wheels. I have them on for a little over 2 months and are holding up fine, finish and integrity. They balanced out fine, actually better than my factory 159's.
Can you post a pic of them on the car?
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