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Old 08-27-2010, 08:07 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I have my 1992 325i and it has some custom wheels on it. They are 15" but way too much chrome and metal on them. I would like to upgrade to 16" wheels, but not sure if they will fit well. The stamp inside the door says all the options for 15" wheels. Does anyone know if 16's are available for it that work well?
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I have my 1992 325i and it has some custom wheels on it. They are 15" but way too much chrome and metal on them. I would like to upgrade to 16" wheels, but not sure if they will fit well. The stamp inside the door says all the options for 15" wheels. Does anyone know if 16's are available for it that work well?
You can go with 16"or even 17"........anything over 17" is pushing it!

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Thanks. I kind of figured that, but wasn't sure. Now, anyone able to tell me how to post pictures to the Vgarage? every time I try to upload one, it fails.
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I am running 18" SSW rims - 8" in front and 9" at rear without problems on my 1993 3251 Coupe.
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Wow, very nice. that would look so much better than these ones.

I have to get the stutter out of the engine when it is sitting at idle though before I paint it and get new wheels. Want to make sure she is running right before making it more pretty.
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haha for that stutter i recomend mass air flow sensor cleaner jst spray some in the hose and let it sit for a while till it dries. injector cleaner would also be a good option. they can be picked up at any autozone pepboys or any other place like that
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Thanks. i have sprayed in some throttle body cleaner in there, but I will try the Mass Air Flow Sensor cleaner as well. Thanks for the tips
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