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Old 31st December 2012, 00:02   #1
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CarID good company to buy from? Advertising Beyern Baroque 20" for $190 each.

Is CarID a good/honest company to buy from? They currently have the Beyern Baroque Wheels on there website for $190 each:
BEYERN™ BAROQUE Wheels - Chrome Rims

I have read many complaints about CarID on the internet. But this price on the Beyern wheels sounds amazing.

According to the Beyern website, the Baroque wheels have forged barrels.

Should I get them? Are the 20"x10.5" beyern baroque wheels much heavier than our stock M6 wheels?

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Sorry, I have no info on CarID but interested as well. I like the Baroques, too.
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