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      06-22-2010, 12:05 PM   #89
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You mentioned a few posts back that you will be selling the TPMS for the 135i at cost...what will be the cost and do we pay for this when paying for the rims or seperatly?

Looking foward very much to getting these rims...although i prefer 18" my son and i decided that 19' will work great...And my friends at ICarbon mentioned yesterday that all will be good with the quality and the offsets....so lets get some more members on board!!! Lastly, i will be going with the Dark Gunmetal for sure....and would it be possible to have the center caps also Dark Gunmetal so they match the rims....That is the one thing i disliked about my Advan RS in Dark Gunmetal...the center caps were lighter and stuck out like a sore thumb??
Most folks will be using the BMW OEM center caps off the stockers...i prefer the look you have on your sample in Titanium Gunmetal...they look good!!
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20? I thought you were going up to 25?
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I've thinking and with a 19x9.5" we are still going to be running a 255/30/19 tire. So how about we do a 19x9.0, which will be a lighter wheel and MAX OUT the concavity?
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hm.... really want to run 265 on the rear... but if the concavity is more on the 19x9.0... i have no complain. So is it 235 on the front and 255 on the rear? or 225 front?
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hm.... really want to run 265 on the rear... but if the concavity is more on the 19x9.0... i have no complain. So is it 235 on the front and 255 on the rear? or 225 front?
For the front the concavity on the 19x8.0 is sufficient, and you can run 225 or 235. For the rear I`m thinkin 19x9.0 or 19x9.5. To be able to run a 265 you`ll need a flatter design and will sacrifice the concavity.
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      06-22-2010, 01:26 PM   #95
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yeah, Its always better when we are together...
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      06-22-2010, 01:58 PM   #96
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For the front the concavity on the 19x8.0 is sufficient, and you can run 225 or 235. For the rear I`m thinkin 19x9.0 or 19x9.5. To be able to run a 265 you`ll need a flatter design and will sacrifice the concavity.
PERFECT !!!!!!!!!! It will also let us run 225 up front which IMO opinion is perfect for the street and 245/255 in the rear. I think it will also help with any rubbing considerations!
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      06-22-2010, 04:33 PM   #97
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If you can get a 255 on the rear with a 9, and more concavity then I reckon thats perfect
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      06-22-2010, 08:37 PM   #98
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Sounds good to me as long as i still can throw a 255 on there

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I've thinking and with a 19x9.5" we are still going to be running a 255/30/19 tire. So how about we do a 19x9.0, which will be a lighter wheel and MAX OUT the concavity?
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i'm fine as long as the rear can run 255 and with more concave with the 19x9.0... for some reason, i always think 245 for the 135i is way too small
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      06-23-2010, 07:01 AM   #100
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+1 to 255 in the rear and heres to getting 12 more buyers so we can get this thing going!
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      06-23-2010, 10:32 AM   #101
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I would be all over these if they were 18''
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      06-23-2010, 10:44 AM   #102
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Can 225-40-F and 255-35-R be used?

How about 245-35 R ?
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      06-23-2010, 10:58 AM   #103
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I think we have agreed to a general consensus. Now lets get 20!
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Can 225-40-F and 255-35-R be used?

How about 245-35 R ?
That is the idea. 245/35, yes. We are looking to fit 255s for sure.
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      06-23-2010, 07:35 PM   #105
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pm me price and final set sizes and ill get back to you to put me on this list as well.
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      06-24-2010, 12:40 AM   #106
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i am interested in the GB as well..please pm...what do i need to do? count me in HOUSTON WATCH OUT!!!
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      06-24-2010, 09:20 AM   #107
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pm me price and final set sizes and ill get back to you to put me on this list as well.
Final price is posted in the first page. Final sizes are looking to be 19x8.0 front and 19x9.0 rear with a possibility of 19x9.5 rear.

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i am interested in the GB as well..please pm...what do i need to do? count me in HOUSTON WATCH OUT!!!
Just add your name to the list!
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      06-24-2010, 05:59 PM   #108
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bump! lets get this list filled up!
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Have you guys seen some of the colors?

1) matte black
2) gun metal
3) silver
4) hyper black


definitely the matte black for me
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