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Old 03-07-2013, 11:15 AM   #1
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Wheel Choice help

Hey everyone. Just looking to purchase a set of wheels here soon since my Blizzaks are going to be coming off soon. So I've been looking at LM reps. There are a couple that I have it narrowed down to. I will be doing 19's I believe and staggered 8.5/9.5. I like the fact that the MM6's have the +35 and +45 offset for my 04 325ci. Any input would be great. Any Tire size recommendations without rolling fenders and lowering a little more than sport suspension? Here are my choices:

1) Linea Corse Lemans Wheels -


2) MM6 Mesh Wheel -


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Also I thought Modbargains offered a wheel/tire combo setup?

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Old 03-08-2013, 09:48 AM   #2
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Any input? Pros Cons? Horror stories with one company/brand over another?
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Linea Corse are probably the most popular LM Reps
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I'm actually looking for the exact same answer.
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Old 03-14-2013, 11:05 AM   #6
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Also I thought Modbargains offered a wheel/tire combo setup?
I'm not sure if it's advertised, but they have offered to help me get tires mounted, balanced and shipped ready to install for me with a set of wheels from their site. +1 ModBargains.
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Old 03-17-2013, 02:50 PM   #7
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Yeah I thought they did something along those lines. Man I'm really torn between 18's or 19's. My commute is on crappy roads, but the 19's look so good.
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Do y'all think I'll be upset with 18's over 19's. Im thinking 18's will be more practical for my commute. Obviously tires will be cheaper!
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When it's comes to wheels with a lip, they generally look smaller, but 18s are more practical than 19s

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