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Brand New 16x7.5 ET 25 ESM BBS RS Style Rims(NOT KONIG)

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    #16
    Wowzers

    very HAWT I may consider it with a GB!

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      #17
      I'm anxiously awaiting to see these mounted on an E30. Group buy!
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        #18
        whats the weight on the remembers in 16x7?
        Originally posted by ebelements
        Also, for those who don't know, negative camber is the greatest thing since sliced bread(panera). Even tire wear is for city busses and the elderly.

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          #19
          Originally posted by sticksdaman View Post
          whats the weight on the remembers in 16x7?
          Looked it up and it's 17.5 lbs. Hmm, .5" or 1.5 lbs :???: I think a group buy may sway the decision:)
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            #20
            Great looking wheels! I love the flatter face, and the lower profile center cap, but I don't like the holes in the corners of the cap, or that the lips are so high-polish. The offset of the Remembers is better though, ET20 rather than 25. What's the weight on them, and who is the manufacturer?

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              #21
              im tempted to run these with 8mm spacers since i have a stud kit anyways.
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              FRONT VALENCE IS ZENDER!!! STOP FILLING MY PM BOX PPL!!!

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                #22
                These are really nice. definately better than remembers. it just that center cap that messes them up. i might look into these.
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                  #23
                  damn these are sick...will et 25 rub on the struts?? and also how many sets of these did you get in?

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                    #24
                    I have a feeling you will be hearing from me rather soon as I was thinking on ordering a set of Konig Remembers soon.

                    Although I am not a big fan of the holes drilled in each corner of the center cap, but maybe that is fixable too...

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                      #25
                      wow !! interesting!! , can you post a pic from the side angle , i would like to see a view of the lip?

                      thanks
                      Originally posted by E30_fiend
                      You have more E30s than people in your household.


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                        #26
                        Originally posted by atomic View Post
                        I have a feeling you will be hearing from me rather soon as I was thinking on ordering a set of Konig Remembers soon.

                        Although I am not a big fan of the holes drilled in each corner of the center cap, but maybe that is fixable too...
                        Bondo+paint, I'd want silver caps anyway
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                          #27
                          These wheels are 19 lbs and we are the sole importer of these wheels. ESM is our new wheel line.
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                            #28
                            Originally posted by ian e30 318is View Post
                            damn these are sick...will et 25 rub on the struts???
                            They won't rub on the strut.
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                              #29
                              Originally posted by cferb View Post
                              Bondo+paint, I'd want silver caps anyway

                              That was exactly my thinking as the fix and I wanted silver caps as well. Easy fix unless your screen name is Soviet1942. :p

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                                #30
                                Any chance of these coming in a 16x8 or 16x9 with a larger lip at any point?

                                I really can't see putting anything smaller than a 2.25-3" inch lip on the back and being happy with it, these would be fine for the front.

                                If they will eventually come in larger widths with a bigger lip you've got your first customer for those.



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