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Old 05-21-2004, 06:07 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I AM GETTING A SET OF CHROME RIMS FOR MY E36 BLACK 328i -- I AM TRYING TO DECIDE IF I SHOULD GET A "NICER" SET IN 18" OR A SET IN 19" ?? DOES 19" MAKE A BIG DIFFERENCE ON A E36 BMW? OR IS 18" LOOK BASICALLY THE SAME?

I AM ALSO LOOKING FOR OPINIONS ON THE NEW "DUB TRUMP REAL SPINNERS"
HERE THEY ARE ON A "CADILLAC SEVILLE" (SORRY ITS THE ONLY CAR I COULD FIND A PICTURE WITH THEM ON) -- THESE ARE 20'S BTW -- HOW WOULD THEY LOOK ON A E36 BMW IN 18"????





ONE MORE PIC OF THE DUB TRUMP SPINNERS -


THINK THOSE ARE A WISE CHOICE OR NO? I THOUGHT THEY WOULD LOOK NICE WITH MY BLACK BMW BECAUSE THEY HAVE A BLACK BACKGROUND.
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18s... for the ride
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Old 05-21-2004, 07:15 PM   #3 (permalink)
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leave those rims for the cadi's
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leave the blingin to the bigger body bimmers...i would go for something 18 or 19 with a PHAT LIP!! 18 will be a nice fit, should be no rubbing, then if you go 19 as long as you stay up to a 235 in the rear you shouldnt get any rubbing, I had 235/35/19 all the way around, now I have 265/30/19 rear and had to raise my coilovers about an inch, was scrubbing very bad!
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Those rims on the caddy need a bigger lip or they are too wide. It looks like they stick out too far. They look better in the picture below but you would be better off with something less PIMP and 18's look big enough on BMW's, 19's look nice but you will have more issues.
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Old 05-22-2004, 03:24 AM   #6 (permalink)
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no 19s and no spinners. The weight change will kill the performance.
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