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    Extreme concave and low et wheels.......

    ......will be going on my e36 m3. I just scored a set of rare discontinued low et wheels. The wheels them selves are very hard to find as they are no longer made. The 10" width and low et makes them even more rare. The wheels are Rondell style 21 with a custom gold paint. The sizes are 17x8.5et13 and 17x10et15.
    Refinished about 1000 miles ago. Barrels are satin black.
    Tires are Dilente D7s in 205/40 and 215/45 with about 1000 miles on them.
    Normally e36 use a 38 or 40 et so these will be a very aggressive fit. My M3 is currently getting repainted alpine white. The fenders are being worked to accept the wheels. This will be my first "stanced car" so the "stretched and poked" look will be a first for me. The good thing is I have a few sets of regular et wheels to go back and forth.











    This is what the wheels looked like on the original owner's M3 to get an idea of how they would look.







    Here is my M3 getting dropped and stiffened up before paint



    Dropped and awaiting paint...............
    Last edited by graveshaker; 09-15-2011, 04:13 PM.

    #2
    im a fan of concavity but not with curled spokes. straight spokes or weaved spokes all day everyday

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      #3
      Originally posted by DuMa View Post
      im a fan of concavity but not with curled spokes. straight spokes or weaved spokes all day everyday
      Lets see yours.

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        #4
        I'm pretty sure these will look amazing on the white car!

        can't wait to see more pics!

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          #5
          those have a place in my heart,so nice!

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            #6
            wow those things look GREAT!

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              #7
              Originally posted by B-well View Post
              wow those things look GREAT!
              This ;)

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                #8
                daaaaaayum.... those are siiick.... so concave... i love it...
                sigpic

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                  #9
                  those will looks great, cant wait to see them on

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                    #10
                    Get rid of those ugly turn signals.

                    Thanks,
                    Fellow e36 m3 owner.

                    P.S.
                    love the wheels.
                    1985 BMW 325e
                    1997 BMW M3/4/5
                    2007 Chevy Silverado Crew Cab 5.3 v8

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                      #11
                      Originally posted by e30e View Post
                      Get rid of those ugly turn signals.

                      Thanks,
                      Fellow e36 m3 owner.

                      P.S.
                      love the wheels.
                      Those came on the car, I haven't had a chance to even enjoy the car yet. I'll be going with clear corners and markers. I'm considering frenched high beams but not 100% sure.

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                        #12
                        Get a 40 profile tire for the rear, it always annoyed me how tall they were on beastins car
                        Byron

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                          #13
                          7th picture down is Bootylicious <3

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                            #14
                            so concave its sick!


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                              #15
                              Originally posted by E30SPDFRK View Post
                              Get a 40 profile tire for the rear, it always annoyed me how tall they were on beastins car
                              My thoughts exactly. I'm sure I'll go through these pretty quick so the 40's will be the replacements. It seems most people with stretched tires mount and dismount the tires themselves. Is this because normal mounting machines can't mount a stretched tire or is it more a liability issue? This is my first time owning such a combo.

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