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      07-08-2012, 05:27 PM   #23
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Once the kids start buying up the pre-owned 3 series
I believe the terminology you're looking for is "riff raff"
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      07-08-2012, 06:31 PM   #24
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Happens to all the nice brands. Once the kids start buying up the pre-owned 3 series, they'll put on tires stretched to oblivian and post them everywhere. Then they will post so much the more mature guys will slowly start to leave the forum. Next thing you know, it's all kids.
That's what happened on clublexus.com.
So true... But a Toyota is a Toyota, lets get that straight. Toyota IS350 cars are very affordable last time I checked.

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      07-08-2012, 07:18 PM   #25
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Happens to all the nice brands. Once the kids start buying up the pre-owned 3 series, they'll put on tires stretched to oblivian and post them everywhere. Then they will post so much the more mature guys will slowly start to leave the forum. Next thing you know, it's all kids.
That's what happened on clublexus.com.
Yup...same thing happened to E46Fanatics. It all began with the Raceland Coilovers...a $250 set of coilovers you bought on ebay. Which shows you how stupid these people are because they end up changing the rear springs...they're too soft...and the rear shocks...they suck...so then what's the f'ing point? Then throw in cheap CF being slathered on every body panel and orifice of the car.

E46Fanatics still has some class though...haven't seen a bunch of huge rear wings yet. Again, its only a matter of time.
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I am not sure if I could stretch my tires that much, may cause the neon tubes under the car to rub. It would go great with my lambo doors, though....



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      07-08-2012, 08:15 PM   #27
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this whole stretched thing is just a symptom of almost everything having been done and people get bored and try different things. but sometimes just because you CAN do something doesn't mean you SHOULD...
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I surely hope this forum doesn't head down this path.
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i love how this forum rejected and mocked the idea.
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On the BBS LM-R, you have to stretch the front in order for it to fit.
The front tire is not that stretched. It's not bad at all. Looks good and functional actually.
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