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Old 05-12-2004, 11:35 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Old 05-12-2004, 11:39 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Uh,

You're definitely pushing the rub envelope. I would say no because I can almost guarantee that, especially if your car is lowered. I have 18's and they don't rub, but 19'a most likely will. Also, I know it is only one inch, but 19 is going towards the ghetto side of rims. I would only get BMW modeled rims if I was getting 19. Anything not stock might look bad... my 0.02
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It will fit but it is not my taste (http://www.aaarims.com/specials/bmw-3-19.shtml)
I agree with camnipotent: 19" is too ghetto, and no comfort at all
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Yeah. You will definitely feel the road more. I went from 15's to 18's and although the bumps are a wee bit stiffer, I love the look. Plus you'll get better handling.
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a freind of mine had 19s on his 325. IMO they look like shit on the 3 and he disliked the ride quality. 17s or 18s are the best for ride quality and handling.
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e46 m3 rims are 19s... but i would go for 18s or less for ride quality and compatibility issues
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true, but the e46 is totally different from the e46.
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true, but the e46 is totally different from the e46.
I think you wanted to put a e36 in there someplace.
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QUEIT YOU!

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You're the moderator, you gonna take crap like that Presidente.

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not just the moderator, im the faux king ruler of the world.

(get it, its a play on words)
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I think it would be easier to under stand without the X. Your lordship.

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I know, but there I go trying to educate people again. "Fox King? I don't get it."
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P.P.S. We totally hijacked this thread, but you can do that when your the ------- ruler of the world right?
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If you guys are done jackin' the thread, uh...er, your lordship, I just wanna ask sandor a quick one...

are you planning on driving the car or parking the car?
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