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      11-23-2013, 06:24 PM   #1
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Deciding on 19" aftermarket wheels for the 328i sedan

Thread deleted. See poll: "Deciding on 19" aftermarket wheels for the 328i sedan (Melbourne Red)" with same information on wheels. http://www.f30post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=917078

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One vote for ForgeStar CF10. Make a poll?
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      11-23-2013, 07:03 PM   #3
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One vote for ForgeStar CF10. Make a poll?
Good idea. Don't know if I can make a poll ex post facto. Or I'll just start another thread.
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IMO at this price it's all about spoke design. If you like a deep concave wheel, go with the Forgestar super deep concave (be prepared to wait if they don't carry them in stock), otherwise get the VMR's since it seems like that's what you want. Unless you are seriously tracking or into 1/4 mile times (which would be lol for this car), I don't think a pound or 2 should be a factor compared to price/design.
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IMO at this price it's all about spoke design. If you like a deep concave wheel, go with the Forgestar super deep concave (be prepared to wait if they don't carry them in stock), otherwise get the VMR's since it seems like that's what you want. Unless you are seriously tracking or into 1/4 mile times (which would be lol for this car), I don't think a pound or 2 should be a factor compared to price/design.
I believe that FS has a deep concave and a mild concave design.
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I believe that FS has a deep concave and a mild concave design.
Ah, you're right, only F14 I guess.
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