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Old 3rd November 2005, 17:41   #1
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Help - which wheels should I get - photoshop ??

I have narrowed it down to three options:

Hartge Classic 2 in 21"

Kahn RSX in 20" or 21"

Kahn RSV in 20"

Attached are pictures of the Kahn RSX and RSV wheels.

Is there anyone on the board who can photoshop the Kahn wheels on to the M5 so I can see what they look like.
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Re: Help - which wheels should I get - photoshop ??

I assume you have a black M5?



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Re: Help - which wheels should I get - photoshop ??

Wow T1000, sooo please give us some pictures

Upload them here:

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Wow T1000, sooo please give us some pictures

Upload them here:

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Digital camera just broke........... will be getting another one in a few days and will upload plenty of pictures............. anyway back to the wheels can anyone photshop the kahn wheels onto the M5 so I can see how they look ??
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Re: Help - which wheels should I get - photoshop ??

Here you go.
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Re: Help - which wheels should I get - photoshop ??

T1000:

IMHO ... NONE of those wheels do the New e60 M5 justice.

Try to photoshop a set of BBS-LM's or a Set of HRE847R or HRE547R ? Even the Forgeline, iForged or Radenergie Wheels. They are ALL Top Flight Really accent the lines of the e60 body and you'll see how much better and aggressive the car looks.

But Hey ... That's just One Reporters Opinion.

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Re: Help - which wheels should I get - photoshop ??

I like the BBS too, but I would choose the Hartge- they are really nice. The HRE are also really beautiful wheels. Someone once told me they approach wheels as jewelry. I recommend you check the weight of the rims. I wonder if the BBS are lighter, I would think they would be. That will pay dividends.
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Re: Help - which wheels should I get - photoshop ??

The souce was sepia so I had to stay on the monochromatic tip or it would not look right. It's a quick job but I think it'll give you an idea of what it's like.

I think it looks pretty good IMHO. the wheels not my photoshop skills.

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Re: Help - which wheels should I get - photoshop ??

The Hartge wheels really set it off. Best I have seen.
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