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Old 07-11-2012, 09:17 AM   #270121
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12 mm. I just wonder how the front will look compared to the rear after the spacers.
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Have they made any BMW Motorsport branded wheels since the e36 M3 wheels? aside from stuff with little ///M stickers like M68s I mean

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Have they made any BMW Motorsport branded wheels since the e36 M3 wheels? aside from stuff with little ///M stickers like M68s I mean
You mean besides the 216s you posted?
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