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    Show me your 16s!

    Hi Everyone,

    So my e46 coupe has 17" rims as standard however for the snow and ice I have a full set of BMW 16" winter tyres on steel wheels however for next winter (i know I'm a bit early Click here to enlarge ) I would like to fit alloys rather than steel wheels, preferably BMW own brand ones however open to suggestions, so what do you guys have?

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    I don't even think my car can fit 17's.

    Hopefully some guys have 16's, post em up!

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    I don't even think my car can fit 17's.

    Hopefully some guys have 16's, post em up!
    18s are the smallest i can go
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    doh! I think 16 is as small as I can go, but unfortunately the winter tyre package BMW supplied me with had 16s so would like to get them off the steel rims and onto some alloys Click here to enlarge

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    You want to buy some Style 54's for winter use? They are more stylish than Steelies. I'll let them go dirt cheap. Like shipping will cost more than I'll charge you for them. I need them out of my garage.

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