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    Originally posted by Wschnitz View Post
    They wont be much different if you push them out to ET5 man, Stick with the ET15 first, If you dont think its enough poke you can always add some silly spacers.

    Definetly going to mount them up before purchasing any spacers.

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      My style fives were ~ET5 in front, it was bad.

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      God I still miss this car.
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        Nah, you just weren't low enough to pull it off, probably should have been a little wider, wider stance is better for keeping it stable ;)

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          Originally posted by Wschnitz View Post
          Yep, worst decision I ever made, as soon as I put them on the car I regretted it.

          +15 would not look bad, you want too much poke dude, the 16x7.5 ET25 wheels I am getting sit perfectly flush with front fender line and you can run 225-40/45-16's.

          ET20 15x8 would be best, too much poke looks donk, and it fucks your fenders up if you take a turn and get ninja potholed.
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            Lol, old men will always be poking there canes at younger generations, wills just having an identity crisis.

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              Lol, I just dont like mega poke, it looks bad and handles bad.
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                What wheels are these on the 2002? Love them!





                Also my boss is selling this diff.





                - 4.45 Quaife Gear Set/R.E.M. Polished
                - New seals, Bearings, etc. and rebuild.
                - Only four hours on this Differential.

                PM me if interested. He's asking for 2100.00.

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                Last edited by kid325e; 07-18-2014, 10:39 AM. Reason: added details on the diff.
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                  Stock wheels lol, 2002's had a lot of wheel choices at the time, could still be aftermarket but they look OEM.

                  Also why is communication between buyers and sellers so hard, I swear every time i buy something off r3v guy is silent for like 5 days.
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                    They're definitely OE. I see a ton of 2002s and have NEVER seen these wheels in person. They are awesome! They are stamped with BMW on the lips so they've gotta be OEM/Option? from back in the day. So rad.

                    Happy Friday, guys!
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                    - 1976 2002 SlickTop/2.7i M20/G260
                    - 2000 323i AT
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                      Those are optional aluminum wheels. They're quite spendy. They came stock on many 2002 turbos and later tiis. A few years ago they could be had new for ~$225 a piece but the original ones still went for more.
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                        Ill buy the diff cover

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                          What would you guys say this car is worth?

                          http://seattle.craigslist.org/est/mcy/4573761710.html

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                            Matt,

                            He's not parting out the diff. We have a RE (Rogue Engineering) diff cover we pulled off an M3 that we'd be willing to sell. Not sure what he wants for it yet, but has mentioned he wants to sell it.
                            clutchCTRL!
                            Move with a purpose.
                            - 1991 325iX 4dr/5spd
                            - 1976 2002 SlickTop/2.7i M20/G260
                            - 2000 323i AT
                            2016 Mazda CX3 Sport AWD

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                              I wouldn't part an M3 diff either, isnt that the uber rare 4.45 E30 M3 diff?
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                                Diff is out of an E30 M3. Internals were swapped out for a 4.45 Quaife gear set. This thing was taken apart fully and rebuilt when the new gear set was installed.

                                Not sure what the E30 M3 diffs were originally geared at.
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                                - 1976 2002 SlickTop/2.7i M20/G260
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