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      08-17-2012, 11:14 PM   #1
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Advan or Work Wheels for M3 help?

Anyone know of a good site where I can find Advan or Work wheels for an M3? I want some that fit without spacers so offset is around 31mm front and 25 mm rear in 19". I like the look of the Advan RZ and I have seen some Work wheels that look good. I have gone to Vivid Racing site, but it's unuseable. I put my car then it takes me to a filter by color, offset, size. the problem is some offsets vary my 1mm for front and back etc. Anyway, anyone know of a good site something near tire rack's or know which Advan and Work wheels are the closest to OE size and offset for M3?

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      08-18-2012, 12:22 AM   #2
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31 n 25 offsets mean nothing without knowing width first, but if ur lookin for an aggressive/flush fitment for example f19x9 et15 n r19x10 et20 or 19x11 et25

Just to get an idea
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      08-18-2012, 12:34 PM   #3
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31 n 25 offsets mean nothing without knowing width first, but if ur lookin for an aggressive/flush fitment for example f19x9 et15 n r19x10 et20 or 19x11 et25

Just to get an idea
Stock sizes are 19x9 front offset 31 and 19x10 rear offset 25. Looking for something close. For example BBS LM is offered in 19x9 offset 32.

Anyone know which Advans are close to these?
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      08-18-2012, 09:10 PM   #4
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IMO Japanese wheel dont look good on Bimmer.
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IMO Japanese wheel dont look good on Bimmer.
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BBS RG-Rs and all the forged BBS wheels are made in Japan?????

You guys don't think forged BBS wheels look good on BMWs???

Advans are on many of the BMW race cars.

Do you mean "Japanese" style wheels or just Japanese Wheels?

Just curious. Not sure if you guys understand that Japan is the forging cradle of the world and most quality forged wheels come from there.
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BBS RG-Rs and all the forged BBS wheels are made in Japan?????

You guys don't think forged BBS wheels look good on BMWs???

Advans are on many of the BMW race cars.

Do you mean "Japanese" style wheels or just Japanese Wheels?

Just curious. Not sure if you guys understand that Japan is the forging cradle of the world and most quality forged wheels come from there.
I think they'd rather get ADV's, COR, or any number of crappy wheels that "look good."

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I think they'd rather get ADV's, COR, or any number of crappy wheels that "look good."

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Aus, thanks for the support but I don't think they guys were bashing, they were just putting their opinion down. I was just trying to understand the "blanket" statement about Japanese wheels not looking good on BMWs.

I don't want this thread to turn into a smack-down, just not sure what people mean and/or if they understand that Japan has some of the best forged wheels on the planet. There are other great forged wheels here in the US, etc.

Anyway, just trying to understand your the "anti" japanese wheel point of view not bash it, but understand what you guys meant by that.
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      11-19-2012, 02:11 PM   #9
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You are asking where to buy a product. Someone taking the time to post just to say they don't like that very product you're looking to buy = useless/worthless post that's not helping.

If I started chiming in with my 2 cent opinion on every thread/mod I dislike on this forum I'm pretty sure I wouldn't last long

Ignacio> Just find the wheels you like on the manufacturer's website and then you can ask pricing from places like EAS.
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Aus, thanks for the support but I don't think they guys were bashing, they were just putting their opinion down. I was just trying to understand the "blanket" statement about Japanese wheels not looking good on BMWs.

I don't want this thread to turn into a smack-down, just not sure what people mean and/or if they understand that Japan has some of the best forged wheels on the planet. There are other great forged wheels here in the US, etc.

Anyway, just trying to understand your the "anti" japanese wheel point of view not bash it, but understand what you guys meant by that.
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Obviously the deragatory statements were made by people who doesnt know anything about cars.
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IND or EAS are two venders very active on this forum. I would suggest getting something with more aggressive offsets and width's than stock. Otherwise you might as well stick with stock wheels.
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Are Works quality wheels?
I know Advan are quality wheels.
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Are Works quality wheels?
I know Advan are quality wheels.
Work, Advan, Neez and Volk are the top Japanese names.
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Work are very high quality wheels along w/ Advan SSR etc.

To those who say that japanese wheels don't belong on german cars... lol..


Brombachers belong and are designed for a Porsche. Lots of people run Volks, SSR, Advan and Work wheels. They are of great quality but you do pay for it
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