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Old 10-10-2005, 12:43 AM   #21
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if u have to get reps get the CSLs but i would just save up and get quality wheels that are used but in great condition. (bbs, hamann etc)
I honestly am extremely offended by that statement. What makes you think that these CSL wheels we are selling are not quality? They are fairly light, have a great finish, are durable, strong, have amazing looks - what more could you ask for?
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sorry, i should have asked "how much do they weigh, and how does that compare to other rims including stockers..."
I only have accurate information for our wheels... I can't say for sure how much the wheels of other manufacturers weigh
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Old 10-10-2005, 01:17 AM   #23
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24 or 25 lbs. is pretty average for a cast 18" wheel. The wheels aren't super light or super heavy. I think about the lightest I have seen in an 18" wheel was around 17 or 18 lbs.

I'm looking at 17's that weigh 15 just for reference.

Reps = heavier though.

If you want lightweight look at something like the OZ superlagges..(sp) etc.
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Old 10-10-2005, 06:32 AM   #24
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24 or 25 lbs. is pretty average for a cast 18" wheel. The wheels aren't super light or super heavy. I think about the lightest I have seen in an 18" wheel was around 17 or 18 lbs.

I'm looking at 17's that weigh 15 just for reference.

Reps = heavier though.

If you want lightweight look at something like the OZ superlagges..(sp) etc.
neez makes 16lb forged magnesium wheels...

anyways, is it possible to obtain gold csl reps?
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Old 10-10-2005, 09:39 AM   #25
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I know i've posted a few threads on replica questions and stuff but I don't want people to start thinkin " Why does this guy want to mod his Bimmer if he's just gonna cut corners". I've actually got some good mods like " p46's w/dde's and 6000k with matching Hid fogs, a Uuc Tse3 on the way, Ecis Cai, and every minor accessory known to man. But when it comes to Bbk's and Rims were talkin' serious cash, which I just can't justify paying in my current situation and with that said. I was wondering if anyone makes replicas of wheels that we all want but can't afford? I don't know if I should mention any names but they do start with DP, HR, and IF. Never seen any replicas of those wheels and would certainly appreciate any replies if you guys know anywhere that manufactures them. Hope this post piss anyone off.
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