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post #51 of 2984 Old 6th January 2008, 05:53 AM
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i think the BBS on the first post look or would look good with LMB. the edited photos look more like chrome gold not the matte gold on the wheels.
Bronze would look very good imho, also i don't like the gold with chrome lip


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alright, i think my minds made up... im going to order the bbs LM but in the regular silver finish. if i wind up keeping the car through summer... ill have them refinished in gold and see what happens.

thanks for the input, and the insight... i appreciate the help...

one last thing, since theres so many of you on this thread... i'll ask here instead of creating a new one... what is the best fitment for this body???
i would like to do 19x11 and 19x10, however i think the ideal area to be in would be 19x10.5, 19x9.5... please let me know, along with offsets. thanks.
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I think they are these.....

Radenergie R16 Silver w/Polished Lip

http://www.wheelsdirectonline.com/radenergie/r16.htm

Correction, these are very similar, but the Dynatech above looks right.

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i was also thinking about doing CCW wheel 'Classic' i had it on my previous car and loved it... maybe do it again... does anyone here have any photos of this wheel on an e39???

http://i11.tinypic.com/8fv846c.jpg

yeah big pass on the bronze:

'odelay vato' (maybe some hydraulics too...)

*worst photo edits ever!

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very ltd. and very expensive... trying to do the wheel shopping now, this way for spring/summer its all ready to go. but working out as planned.

im not sure i like the last wheel, but posting more so for opinion on that style... (5 star, five spoke whatever the kids are calling it these days idk). i welcome honest opinion, if its ugly say it, i dont mind... rather now then when on the car and wallets empty. lol.




Member frits got/had those on his m5 for summerwheels.but his are german style,18" but wide as hell. i thought 10 in front and 12 in the back.check his gallery.

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what do you think off these??? those are WORK REZAX II rims, one day those puppys will be mine .maybe not in 3d chrome, but i like them.
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Those WORK REZAX II are beautiful!!! Looks like they run about $900 apiece, so they won't be gracing my beast anytime soon haha.


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Member frits got/had those on his m5 for summerwheels.but his are german style,18" but wide as hell. i thought 10 in front and 12 in the back.check his gallery.

maybe a suggestion....
what do you think off these??? those are WORK REZAX II rims, one day those puppys will be mine .maybe not in 3d chrome, but i like them.
>>>

I like them. However, being an anal-retentive detailing freak, I can see where I'd need a bag of new tools and several hours of my life each week to keep them clean.

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Member frits got/had those on his m5 for summerwheels.but his are german style,18" but wide as hell. i thought 10 in front and 12 in the back.check his gallery.

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what do you think off these??? those are WORK REZAX II rims, one day those puppys will be mine .maybe not in 3d chrome, but i like them.
i dig the wheels a bit, just not a fan of the soft lip... i had work vs-xx on my previous car, and they build a solid wheel. very strong. theres a similar wheel by kerscher (KCS) not sure if youre familiar:











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