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Old 07-09-2007, 08:01 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I know this is a very worn out topic, but Im considering a purchase for my 320d .Im only new to BEEMERS so what size are they? & would they be very severe on bushings ,etc? at present theres 7J x 16" rims ,with 255 50 r16 tyres.
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nope. and since you are new, we can let it slide.....it's bimmers. beamers are bikes.
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nope. and since you are new, we can let it slide.....it's bimmers. beamers are bikes.
OK! I'm wrong on both counts ...so thats two things i've learned.Now back to the Question ...are 18" or 19" too severe on suspension/bushings to consider fitting?
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