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ldsbeaker
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New shoes

Post by ldsbeaker »

These are for my 6er, but I had to try them on the e28.

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Zender Turbo, 16x7 et11 front, 16x8 et20 rear, 225/50 rubber all around.
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Post by shagrath »

:alright:
skip535i
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Post by skip535i »

Hell yeah!!
m-racer
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Post by m-racer »

Like that very much.
Mark 88/M5 Houston
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Post by Mark 88/M5 Houston »

Very Nice!
Slow_Ballin'
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Post by Slow_Ballin' »

I absolutely love these wheels! They look great on the e28!
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Post by T_C_D »

I always liked those wheels. They look great!
jay
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Post by jay »

Great looking wheels. Please post pics once they are on the 6.
87royal
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Post by 87royal »

Those look great on the E28, probably better than they will look on an E24.
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Post by Niterider03 »

Those looks great on there!
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Post by SupRyan »

Those are really nice man.
What paint are you going to get?
ldsbeaker
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Post by ldsbeaker »

SupRyan wrote:What paint are you going to get?
Well, I still need to learn how to paint, but the plan is a black art car. I think the black will SET. THESE. OFF.
87royal wrote:Those look great on the E28, probably better than they will look on an E24.
I'm beginning to realize this myself. I know that I won't be SLAMMING the e24. (Not that you have to slam a car to get the wheels to look great, or vice versa.)
But the e28 is definitely a brute, mean car. Nothing says that more than a chunky wheel like this.

The e24 is staying pretty stock, just classy. (More ALPINA-ish)

HOWEVER.

BOTH fit properly. 'nuf said.

:alright:
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Post by fastcrs »

Do not remove them! Looks awesome... :up:
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Post by Jake D »

I've recently developed an interest in turbo wheels. I'm not sure if my e24 has something to do with it. Nice thread. Thanks for posting. I look forward to seeing how they look on the 6.
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I think I need a drink. . .
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Post by B7Turbo »

I drove Adam’s car at RTT12 and its solid as rock with those coil-overs :haul: , I would normally like to see the calipers through the wheels as an added detail in wheel area, but this set looks good and suits as well. :shock: :cool:
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Post by ldsbeaker »

B7Turbo wrote:I drove Adam’s car at RTT12 and its solid as rock with those coil-overs :haul: , I would normally like to see the calipers through the wheels as an added detail in wheel area, but this set looks good and suits as well. :shock: :cool:
Thanks, Sia! Look forward to sorting the car further in the next year... Hopefully you'll notice the difference next time you drive it.
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Post by bkbimmer »

Dang, I can dig it.
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