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      02-24-2011, 07:57 PM   #1

Drives: E30 M3, F10 M5
Join Date: Jun 2009
Location: Bay Area, CA

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Arrow //APEX\\ AERO-7 Wheels - Now Available - 18x8/18x9

APEX AERO-7 Wheel - Now Available
1 Series Specific, Flow-Formed, Light-weight wheel

December only Sale! 15% OFF
Save over $180 off the regular set price

Available for Purchase on
In stock, and available for same day shipment in all 4 finishes!



18x8" (et45) 19lbs~ Front - use with 225/40/18 - normally $299 December sale $254 each
18x9" (et50) 20lbs~ Rear - use with 255/35/18 - normally $309 December sale $264 each

Available Finishes:
Hyper Silver
Gloss Black.

Comes with carbon-look APEX center caps
Accepts OEM Roundel center caps
Installs using your factory lugs
TPMS compatible

Wheel Details:

Manufacturing process:
All APEX wheels are flow-formed resulting in a light weight, track and street worthy wheel.
Flow-forming significantly reduces weight in the barrel by rolling the barrel out into it's final shape using large wheels/disks that apply high pressure.
This step is the same step that monoblock forged wheels go through to shape their barrels.
By doing this, the flow-formed wheel's barrel has the same density and strength as a traditional forged wheel.
This significantly reduces rotational mass at the furthest point from the center, which is the most important weight savings area on a wheel.

These wheels were designed to be a direct, bolt on, rub-free wheel for both stock and modified 1 series models.
No spacers, or fender rolling is required if standard 225/40/18's are mounted up front, and a 255/35/18's are mounted in the rear.
Cars with suspensions set extremely low, those running r-compounds, or wider then recommended tire sizes can/may have front or rear rubbing issues.
Please ask us for fitment advice if you are concerned about your specific application. For wide tire setups we recommend the APEX ARC-8 wheel.

These wheels are fully VIA and JWL certified with a load rating of 1580lbs. VIA certificate numbers are listed in post #58.
Don't be fooled by competitors that claim to be certified, but cannot provide registration numbers.
There are vendors on this forum selling wheels that are not certified, yet they claim they are. Ask for certification numbers!

Last edited by Eddy@ApexRaceParts; 12-12-2011 at 10:01 PM.