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Thread: X-MAS GIFT 540I 6 Spd

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    Default X-MAS GIFT 540I 6 Spd

    Hello All,

    Look at what Ms. Clause is hooking me up with. It's a 95 540i 6 Spd. Although, she's charging me $8500, and I figured it's a decent price. Here are some pictures. What do you think? I'll more than likely sell the rims soon.





    Thanks,

    T

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    i think it looks pretty sweet. not a fan of the tints though. the shadowline is nice

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    Nice.. How many miles? And yes, the ShadowLine looks good.. Price seems decent, I paid a little less about 6 months ago with 103K miles..
    Rims aren't too bad.. What are they, 18" BBS RK's?
    aka "BMRSEB" - USA

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    The car has ~129k Miles. The rims are 17s BBS and I am not sure of the style. What do you guys mean by "shadow lines". Is it possible to fit '20 rims on these E-34s?

    T

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    You were doing good up to the point asking about 20s Unfortunately we here do not condone the use of anything over 19, really. 20 is stretching it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Qube
    You were doing good up to the point asking about 20s Unfortunately we here do not condone the use of anything over 19, really. 20 is stretching it.
    LOL...The rims I like happen to be '20s. If the company ever returns my e-mail/call I can ask if he has 19s. Although the website only advertises 20 & 22s in this particular model.

    I would really prefer to get these...but I have no idea where to go to get them. I HAVE LOOKED EVERYWHERE These were 17s!


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    that is a deeeeep dish rim!
    1995 525i "Stefanie"

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    I've seen pic on e34 with 20". IMO, 20" is too big. 17-18" look great on e34.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bigtisas
    I've seen pic on e34 with 20". IMO, 20" is too big. 17-18" look great on e34.
    I don't think I have ever seen an E-34 with 20s. I'm not getting the 20s , the wheels cost $1300 a piece at retail price. Maybe I'll stick with these BBS for a little while....lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rocky454
    I don't think I have ever seen an E-34 with 20s. I'm not getting the 20s , the wheels cost $1300 a piece at retail price. Maybe I'll stick with these BBS for a little while....lol
    With such a little sidewall on 19s or 20s and what appears to be a dropped/Sachs suspension you would kick yourself time and time again with that large of a rim. I'd go no bigger than 18s on that if you ever want to have children

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