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      12-27-2010, 06:44 PM   #1
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UPDATE:

Guys I have ordered a few extra sets so if anyone is interested please let me know. There is still time to jump in and have a guaranteed set

Also some of the extra sets will be held for customers who might need a spare down the road and so on. So please let me know ASAP if you even think you might want a set I want to plan accordingly.



Hey Guys,


We are ready to go ahead with the group buy. We lost a member but I will cover that extra set.

So onto the details:

Total Price: $899 shipped within the US ($925 if you are in California). If you are outside of the US you will receive a $75 credit towards shipping.

Total Deposit: $675 (please note the deposit is non-refundable)

Delivery Time: About 90 days (this was one of my main questions to Alufelgen and they are confident this is doable)

Finishes: Silver, Sport Gunmetal, Titanium Gunmetal, Matte Black, and Hyperblack

Custom Finishes: $100/wheel (this will add about a week to your sets delivery time)


Now for payment we have 3 options:

1) send payment through paypal to info@wheeladdicts.com
2) call us at 786-547-2120 to place an order with a cedit card
3) send us a check or money order (this will delay things a few days)


>>> Information on the wheels <<<

They are CSL style wheels made exclusively for the 1 series platform!

NO SPACERS
NO HUBRINGS
NO RUBBING
NO FENDER ROLLING

BOLT ON AND GO!!!!

18 x 8.0" ET +45
18 x 9.0" ET +48

VIA/JWL and TUV-Cert!

Finishes: Metallic Silver, Titanium Gunmetal, Sport Gunmetal, Matte Black and Hyperblack!

EXCLUSIVE FITMENT meaning the wheels are individually designed to fit the 1-Series platform without the need of hub rings, spacers, rolling fenders, or running stretched tires. Our wheels will allow up to a 255 series tire in the rear providing extra rubber from the stock 245 tire.



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      12-27-2010, 07:26 PM   #2
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Cool

I'm in. Set of Ti Gunmetal please.
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      12-27-2010, 07:29 PM   #3
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So it is the same price as the 19" gb?
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      12-27-2010, 07:55 PM   #4
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So it is the same price as the 19" gb?
we got 19" SF-71 @ 899 shipped but we have to wait 8-9 month
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      12-27-2010, 08:55 PM   #5
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What size tires can these fit?
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      12-27-2010, 10:07 PM   #6
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225 and 255 properly
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      12-27-2010, 11:23 PM   #7
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Do you know what the weight will be for the 18x8 ET45 wheel?
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      12-28-2010, 10:08 AM   #8
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Probably not the best place to post about this, but do any other U.S. companies carry these wheels. Also, it concerns me that the company just stops producing them. What happens when a wheel gets damaged...SOL and you have to buy a new set??
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      12-28-2010, 10:30 AM   #9
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these are .5" wider than the stock wheels right? are we 100% sure they fit without any spacing or other modifications? any pictures of the other finishes?

what would look best on a monaco blue (dark blue) 1er?
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Do you know what the weight will be for the 18x8 ET45 wheel?
I dont have it on me but it is below 23lbs.

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Probably not the best place to post about this, but do any other U.S. companies carry these wheels. Also, it concerns me that the company just stops producing them. What happens when a wheel gets damaged...SOL and you have to buy a new set??
There are other vendors who carry these wheels but this group buy is strictly being done by us.

I dont want to confuse anyone so let me clarify this. The wheels WILL be produced again, but as of right now they have not put anything into production so it could be months before we see a new batch. Because we have been getting flooded wih requests for them we decided to start a group buy so that the order can go into production sooner.

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these are .5" wider than the stock wheels right? are we 100% sure they fit without any spacing or other modifications? any pictures of the other finishes?

what would look best on a monaco blue (dark blue) 1er?

I will be posting more pictures soon.

The wheels fit perfectly with no modifications. They will not rub either. Perfect fit.
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      12-28-2010, 02:41 PM   #11
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      12-28-2010, 04:06 PM   #12
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what would look best on a monaco blue (dark blue) 1er?
I'm going for ti gunmetal. You might want to get another color since we're in the same hood with the same color 135!
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      12-28-2010, 04:43 PM   #13
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I agree, any gunmetal on a blue car looks great.

Also consider hyper black.
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Guys we have been receiving many pm's on the subject. Please add yourself to the list started in post #1 by copy and pasting it in your post.
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Are we expected to front the money, or will we be charged when the wheels show up?
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      12-30-2010, 12:57 PM   #16
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Are we expected to front the money, or will we be charged when the wheels show up?
We would need a deposit to get them into production.
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      12-30-2010, 05:24 PM   #17
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You can add me to the interest list in post#1. Is there a post somewhere that compares the two gunmetal finishes?
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You can add me to the interest list in post#1. Is there a post somewhere that compares the two gunmetal finishes?
i'll post a comparison in a bit
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The darker color is the new sport gunmetal.

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whoa. umm.... i'm thinkin sport gunmetal for sure.
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whoa. umm.... i'm thinkin sport gunmetal for sure.
Me too. Just need the list of 10 to fill up now.
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