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      01-31-2009, 02:03 AM   #1
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AMT forged wheels... 16 lbs 19 x 8.5

I just wanted to let everyone know about these pretty amazing wheels from a company called AMT forged wheels. They make wheels specifically for porsches and are developing wheels for BMW's. They offer 1 piece forged and 3 piece forged wheels. Their are extremely high quality and THEIR 19 x 8.5 WHEEL WEIGHS ABOUT 16 POUNDS! The wheels are very nice aesthetically, yet are very performance oriented. These should rival the HRE monoblok and other 1 piece forged wheels.
Anyways, here's the link to their site:
http://www.amtforgedalloys.com/index.html
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      01-31-2009, 02:14 AM   #2
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If I wasn't stuck with these HREs I would buy those right now!
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      01-31-2009, 02:26 AM   #3
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wonder how many dead presidents they want for it?
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      01-31-2009, 03:25 AM   #4
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wonder how many dead presidents they want for it?
They are actually $4795 for a set of 19's and $4995 for 20's. Great wheels for the price IMO.
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They look pretty sweet too. Any idea how much pressure the forging process is?
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Nice wheels. But for me, nothing beats the look of BBS LM's!
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Nice wheels. But for me, nothing beats the look of BBS LM's!
Except LM's cost around $4800 for 19's.
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If they are indeed 16lbs for 19x8.5, I must wonder about how come their wheels are siginificantly lighter than any other forged Al wheel that I know. I doubt that there is any room weigth/strength improvement in the material or the forging process used by the competition, so it must be the geometry. Then you get into durability. I know they say their wheels pass the SAE test, but that doesn't mean they are as durable as a set of forged BBSs or Rays.
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wow, those look sick. I want the 110's in black.

it looks like the fitment that they have for the M3 is only 8.5J and 9.5J, they should make a wider set.
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