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#1 (permalink) Old 08-28-2004, 02:30 AM
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I have an 03' 325CI with type 44 on it, 17"

do you think I can install Style 123 or 124 "5 series" rims on it?

both 123 and 124's are 18x8 in the front and the 124s are 18x9 in the back



heres some links & comparison shots of the look it might gain...

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that looks schmick! esspecialy the second pic (of the 3, including the original)...but unfortunately, u cannot put those wheels on a 3 series, because of the configuration of the nutsNbolts. the wheels that are for 5-series, cano only be put on a 5-series. and vice versa for every other model in the bmw line-up.
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Damn that blows

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Its so hard to find rims as classy as those...and I was ready to spring for em too, I was also inclining for the 124s...FACK


oh well back to the drawing board

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why not try the 125's? they have a pretty raw edge to them, and their 18'inch. they fit on the 3-series.
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