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      06-03-2010, 04:37 PM   #1
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what wheels are these

from the Active Autowerke page?
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adv.1 wheels.
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Similar Wheels

HRE P43's look very similar.

VMR V701's have a similar appearance.

Advan RS also features a 10 evenly spaced spoke design, but look quite a bit different.
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Those were my wheels...

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what were your opinions on the wheels they look killer I have an 08 IB M3 coupe and I love the look of those was thinking of just going with 19's though.
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what were your opinions on the wheels they look killer I have an 08 IB M3 coupe and I love the look of those was thinking of just going with 19's though.

go 20's man. aftermarket wheels like those in 19s dont look good at all. I prefer stock over 19" aftermarket
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Will I get any rubbing with 20's? The clearance seems so little now as it is with the 19's.
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Will I get any rubbing with 20's? The clearance seems so little now as it is with the 19's.
no rubbing, just be conservatie and runn 255/30/20 and 295/25/20 (or even go 285/30/20 if your VERY low.

I assume your car is lowered?
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Set of 19" HRE P43's available in the Private Sellers Section

The primary advantage of the HRE's is that they are certified to meet SAE, JWL, and TUV standards. Here's the for sale thread: http://www.m3post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=390865

There's been quite a bit of discussion regarding ADV1 on this site. Here are a couple of relevant threads:
http://www.m3post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=391723
http://www.m3post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=388962

There's a lot of information in those threads. It's in your best interest to know everything you can about wheels before you buy.

Regarding size: 20's are all about looks. If you want a combination of performance and looks, go for 19's.
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