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Rims question ?


jafcorrea

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bolt pattern is def 4x100 and it depends on the type of rim for offset but et25 sounds alright. You can go up to 16". 17" will be too big for the front struts.

holy negative camber batman!!!

02 Golf Yellow cruising the border of NSW/VIC!

tii pistons, 293, double valve springs, 40mm DCOE's, sump baffle, sway bars, lowered, 5spd, big brakes, 3pc wheels, bucket seats. Approx 150+hp

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check out Dave Varco at 2002parts.com for 14' and 15" solutions

Bob

BMWCCA #4844 (#297 of The 308)

1974 2002 Sahara, MM 2400 Rally engine, MM 5 speed and conversion

1976 2002A Anthracite parts car

1991 525i AlpinweiB II

2002 330ci AlpinweiB III

2007 530xiT Titanium Silver

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Any suggestion where can I find nice rims?

I just bought a set of the early '02 alloys that Mobile Tradition put out again (reissued?) from Blunt. He I M'ed me last night to say they are cool.

Good luck - there are actually tons of choices. Take your time looking around.

Scott

02ing since '87

'72 tii Euro  //  '21 330i x //  '14 BMW X5  //  '12 VW Jetta GLI

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oh yeah, that's right, I just saw these. CJ has these new 15x6 Rota-made Alpina look-alikes without the Alpina prices. they're gorgeous!

Bob

BMWCCA #4844 (#297 of The 308)

1974 2002 Sahara, MM 2400 Rally engine, MM 5 speed and conversion

1976 2002A Anthracite parts car

1991 525i AlpinweiB II

2002 330ci AlpinweiB III

2007 530xiT Titanium Silver

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