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GA: 740 BBS 16x8 **4x100**

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    Originally posted by Kwaaahhh View Post
    What do you guys think about these redrill to 4x100? Has it been done?

    http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/BMW-O...3A1|240%3A1318

    (I have no affiliation to the ebay post, just thought they would look really good) :up:

    I'd do it. I'm sure there were 10s of thousands of those wheels made. Its not like ruining a rare highly sought after wheel. just my


    Originally posted by Lurker27 View Post
    Einstein - was that with hub machining or without (for hubcentric rings)?
    I asked for it but i'm 99% sure they did not do it. I had to press in the hub rings with a 4x4 and a mallet.
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      Originally posted by Kwaaahhh View Post
      those are just style 4's. not crazy rare or anything. they aren't alpina or bbs. with that said, i would trade my style 5's for them.

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        News update. I was able to mount some 245/45/16 tires and they fit with some minor rolling. I have not tried them in the front yet. I try a get some pics up tomorrow.
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          is that with 5mm spacers+ hubcentric rings up front? Thanks for the update, I'm waiting to fit mine until after my m30 swap is done ;)
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            in case someone is interested in a set of style 5's, i will be selling mine very soon (see my post above for a pic). a couple minor dings but they are straight. send me a PM.

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              Those wheels look really nice on our cars. Any other sets? Do they vibrate at speed or anything at all?
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                curious about vibrations as well

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                  No vibrations to be felt.
                  -tim
                  Originally posted by Jordan
                  I like the stance
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                    No vibes to be felt. Please note that if your are currently on bottle caps the extra weight and torque from the wider wheels will point out any flaws in your suspension. If your TABS or CABS are shot, you'll probably feel some vibes.







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                      these wheels still available?

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                        Originally posted by jonc39a View Post
                        these wheels still available?
                        What do you mean available? He isn't trying to sell his. If you are wanting a set to "fill and drill" yourself I have extra. Or I can have them done and then ship them to you.
                        -tim
                        Originally posted by Jordan
                        I like the stance
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                          Hmmm. Maybe i should sell mine. I have my eye on a set of style 4s. LOL
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                            Anybody want chromed E38 wheels?

                            Don't laugh.
                            -P

                            Moosehead Engineering

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                              Originally posted by mooseheadm5 View Post
                              Anybody want chromed E38 wheels?

                              Don't laugh.


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                                They came on a parts car (early E24). Just want to see if i should strip and powder coat them or if someone wanted them cheap first.
                                -P

                                Moosehead Engineering

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