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Old 11-15-2012, 09:31 AM   #1
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Nice Looking 5-Spoke Wheel?

Not getting any love from the wheels and tires forum so ill post here too..

After this winter I'm going to be buying a new set of wheels, so I figured I better start deciding now. I really like the look of my style 137's but they're just too small for me. Obviously I'm considering LM reps and CSL reps but everybody and their grandmother has those.. Im looking to spend around what I would for LM reps or VMR's.
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Old 11-15-2012, 10:17 AM   #2
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Since you're considering reps, you seem not to care about weight. In that case, I'd go with ZHP 18s (OE) they're quite nice. I don't really like too many 5-spoke designs. Makes the car look Mustangish
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Old 11-15-2012, 12:58 PM   #3
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My 17's when they were semi-polished. They should be back from the powdercoater next week.
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Old 11-15-2012, 01:13 PM   #4
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hamann hm2 is another option.
But since the rim has been discontinued, need to get used set.
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Not getting any love from the wheels and tires forum so ill post here too..

After this winter I'm going to be buying a new set of wheels, so I figured I better start deciding now. I really like the look of my style 137's but they're just too small for me. Obviously I'm considering LM reps and CSL reps but everybody and their grandmother has those.. Im looking to spend around what I would for LM reps or VMR's.
But they look good!! (coming from extreme bias)
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HM2s look great, but are super stupid heavy.

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Thanks for the suggestions guys.. Not really seeing anything that I'm in love with yet. Keep the suggestions coming!
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Thanks for the suggestions guys.. Not really seeing anything that I'm in love with yet. Keep the suggestions coming!
How about Some Apex? Either the Arc-8 or EC-7's?
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Arc 8's are pretty nice but thats another wheel that a lot of people have. Im looking for something out of the ordinary, but still clean looking.
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