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    Aggressive/Wide Wheel fitment sourcing halp!

    I've been looking for quite a while now, for wheels in the style/sizing/fitment that i want, closest i've come is forgestars, and even they're not quite what i need..:

    I'd really prefer to not spend more than about $2k for the set, as there's a fairly substantial jump after that to the fully custom multi piece wheels...

    18" or 19" (preferably 18")

    Front:
    10" wide -5<->0ET or 10.5" +2<->+7 ET

    Rear:

    10" wide +25ET , 10.5" +31ET

    preferably a concave style

    I'm currently running a set of Advan RS rep style wheels (VMR V701's), they'd be my first pick, i LOVE the style of them, and how the lines of the wheel compliment the lines of the car.. and like similar styles, HRE40 and BMW CSL wheels for example, something that isn't ridiculously over the top... the only luck iv'e had in finding CLOSE to what i want are forgestar CF10's, and they only come in 19' and slightly higher offsets for the front (+8 lowest)..

    Thanks for any help

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    Talk to @ModBargains and @CoreyWB

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Sticky Click here to enlarge
    Talk to @ModBargains and @CoreyWB
    thanks, i'll ask them the same thing too Click here to enlargefinding what i ant for the rear doesn't seem too bad, as it's not super crazy, but the front.. isn't going so well lol

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by Flinchy Click here to enlarge
    thanks, i'll ask them the same thing too Click here to enlargefinding what i ant for the rear doesn't seem too bad, as it's not super crazy, but the front.. isn't going so well lol
    @Flinchy , I just replied to your PM.

    Thanks @Sticky for the heads up.

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    Click here to enlarge Originally Posted by CoreyWB Click here to enlarge
    @Flinchy , I just replied to your PM.

    Thanks @Sticky for the heads up.
    Replied, thanks

    and to add to the thread:

    it's for a 2006 130i E87 with 2.5" each front guard and 1" each rear guard, which should be similar OEM to an E82 128i for those playing at home (i'm not 100% off the top of my head)

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    Managed to find some finally.. and suddenly/randomly lol

    sadly only in 19's, but they're too perfect otherwise... just means i'll need a 380mm BBK up front Click here to enlarge

    Forgestar F14's in super deep concave, go all the way down to -19ET... i'm only a little disappointed that offset has no effect on the concavity, but looking at pics, how deep they are already is TOTALLY nuts... and i'm willing to sacrifice some of the 'visual' offset because.. really.. who's going to be able to tell? i don't think there would be anyone here running them, they're too new for one thing.. and mostly posted on BMW forums.

    and for the price? i'm sold. (something like $1600 for the set + shipping)

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