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Old 05-31-2011, 01:37 AM   #1
StrikeTwo
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Join Date: Jun 2010
Location: Puget Sound Region
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My Ride: 2003 330i ZHP
Who Does Custom Wheel Milling?

I wish to have my ET20 offset increased to at least 40 maybe 45, I've heard some shops will charge $25-40 per wheel. Can anyone recommend a GOOD place to have this done, I live in the south end but distance doesn't matter.

I just don't like the offset and plus I have rubbing issues, also I hate to mention that the previous owner ****ed up on his stupid ass fender rolling adventure, looks like a ****ing 2 yr old with a cutoff wheel I missed it before I handed him the check

wheels are black ASA AR1's 18x9 in the back 18x8 in the front...


old tail light comparison pic but you see what I mean, the offset just looks wrong...
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