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

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    #31
    Originally posted by widebodye30 View Post
    These wheels are 19 lbs and we are the sole importer of these wheels. ESM is our new wheel line.
    2 lbs. heavier than Remembers, too.

    Never heard of ESM, reputable company?
    Originally posted by Hon2BMW View Post
    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.
    Same. If these end up coming in a wider width, I might just have to swap out.

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      #32
      Ary, these wheels look great. Any pictures without the center caps available? Also, any pics mounted on an E30 yet?
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        #33
        Originally posted by Mr. Anderson View Post
        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?
        They're ET25 because the wheel is 1/2" wider than the Remember. 1/2" = 12.7mm, so to be the same offset as the Remember they'd be ET26.35. Technically, these have a lower total offset that the Remember, or a more aggressive (wider stance) fitment.

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          #34
          Ah yes, good point.

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            #35
            +1 for pics from the side.

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              #36
              Originally posted by ian e30 318is View Post
              +1 for pics from the side.
              And good Sir - a pic of the cap off - as many of us like to run wheels WITH OUT caps at times.
              Originally posted by Matt-B
              hey does anyone know anyone who gets upset and makes electronics?

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                #37
                Mate they are hot! good on you for inporting them. Im sure they will sell well. I need them in 16x8.5 if im going to change from my schnitzers
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                  #38
                  For the record, these are PERFECT for running 225/45/16 tires on an E30 without even rolling the fenders. Great fitment.

                  Or, if you want the Euro-poke and stretch thing, run 15mm spacers with 195/50/16 tires.

                  Jay

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                    #39
                    I have these same wheels fitted to my project E30.
                    Mine are badged as Lenso,wether that is the original maker or not im not sure.
                    Ill get some pics up in a couple of hours :)

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                      #40
                      Originally posted by eko View Post
                      I have these same wheels fitted to my project E30.
                      Mine are badged as Lenso,wether that is the original maker or not im not sure.
                      Ill get some pics up in a couple of hours :)
                      Like these??

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                        #41
                        ^except they only made up to 16x7 from what i can find. looks pretty similar though.
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                          #42
                          Heres a few shitty pics to give you an idea of what they look like fitted.
                          Drop is 60/40 H&R but the front still needs to settle as its only been on a couple of days.
                          Tyres are 205/45/16 Toyo T1R although wish id have gone for 225`s now.
                          These are 7 1/2 x 16".

                          Not a fan of the bolts in the centre nut myself but have a mate who is an expert with a tig set so was planning on asking him about welding them up and polishing back.
                          Also got a set of 50mm domed roundels on order.






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                            #43
                            [EDIT] Read below...
                            Last edited by george graves; 03-19-2008, 03:09 PM.
                            Originally posted by Matt-B
                            hey does anyone know anyone who gets upset and makes electronics?

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                              #44
                              Our rims are not the same as those rims. Ours are 4x100 only. We will end up making the stagg. rear in 8.5 in the near future.
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                                #45
                                The konig wheels are 18.5 lbs and our wheels are 19.0lbs.
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