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Old 04-20-2014, 02:19 PM
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Really want to upgrade to these. They seems to be the premium set made by BMW.
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Brilliant. Thank you.
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here's a great reference for wheels if you ever need to figure out an oem wheel style.

All BMW wheel styles | BmwStyleWheels.com
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That picture makes it look good, but once you see them in person, they're pretty boring just like any kind of stock wheel. You'll be able to find people selling those in the classified section.
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I was told that they won't fit my car because of the all wheel drive. The offset so different apparently...
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That picture makes it look good, but once you see them in person, they're pretty boring just like any kind of stock wheel. You'll be able to find people selling those in the classified section.
ouch! Now back to "In the eyes of the beholder" I like them on my car and I have read about a number of after markets that do not run true, are hard to balance and in some cases; the center rims are found to be cracked.

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haha - Cricketts - didn't mean to offend any 124 owners, I just said, they are boring, but that's my opinion on most stock wheels.
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I dont think my 128's are boring,i love them even though theyre susceptible to cracks.
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