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    #16
    Originally posted by Jesse30 View Post
    how much are you looking to spend? i have turbos that i might be willing to part with. set of 5

    no those r maii turboz

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      #17
      Euroweave or RA's. It's been said. It's been done.
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        #18
        look
        vvv

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          #19
          BBS Ra's for sure.

          Ahem, did someone say 15X7 RA's in low offset?
          http://www.r3vlimited.com/board/showthread.php?t=135362

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            #20
            Originally posted by notoriousracing View Post
            BBS Ra's for sure.

            Ahem, did someone say 15X7 RA's in low offset?
            http://www.r3vlimited.com/board/showthread.php?t=135362
            do you have pics of them on the car from a distance? they look really good

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              #21
              The Ronal LS is my favorite wheel for the e30, but the stock basketweaves are a great wheel. Most of the time, just a quick refresh with some paint and they look pretty damn good. Theyre not that heavy, tires are plentiful in the size necessary, and they cost next to nothing as theyre stock.

              I bet you could pick up a set that is perfectly fine but would need to be painted for 100 bucks if you look hard enough.
              Back to my roots

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                #22
                keep the bottlecaps! :D

                Originally posted by ROLLingKING
                i have a bronzit and plan on making it look sweet.
                Originally posted by slammin.e28
                Moral of this story?

                If you drive your e30 on stairs, you're gonna have a bad time.

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                  #23
                  Ronal LS or euro's

                  Originally posted by Spiff325iS
                  Christ I feel like I just dropped a box of three dozen donuts.

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                    #24
                    "euroweaves" bar none.

                    COTM

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                      #25
                      So far it looks like this:

                      #1. Euroweaves
                      #2. BBS RA
                      #3. Basketweaves
                      #4. Keep the Bottlecaps :)

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                        #26
                        Originally posted by selturk View Post
                        So far it looks like this:

                        #1. Euroweaves
                        #2. BBS RA
                        #3. Basketweaves
                        #4. Keep the Bottlecaps :)
                        Just be patient and wait for a good set of euros or RZ378. they're well worth it!
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                          #27
                          BBS RA IIs??


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                            #28
                            If you cant find a decent set of Euroweaves you could always get IX wheels. They seem to be fairly well priced. The only thing is the offset is a little much so you you'll need spacers in the front to clear the strut tubes.

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                              #29
                              I personally love Ronal LS on E30s, but they aren't cheap. If I could I'd find some Euroweaves.
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                                #30
                                Euros, very nice...
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