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      09-12-2022, 08:14 PM   #1
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Can anyone ID these wheels?

Had my Z3M for over 2 months and still have no idea what these wheels are.

Might not even be a BMW wheel. Any ideas?
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      09-12-2022, 08:42 PM   #2
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I didn't see it in the style guide. Probably not OEM. Weird how the spokes connect to the outer lip. Good looking wheel tho.

https://bimmertips.com/oem-bmw-wheel...-number-guide/
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They look like Beyern Spartan wheels.
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They look like Beyern Spartan wheels.
Agreed, I'd seen those type of wheels before with the center cap and thought Beyern.

Holy hell what a nightmare to clean though. Looks like around 40 spoke/lip edges to clean!
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These are TSW Max wheels.

https://www.tsw.com/alloy_wheels_max.php

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Great car, miss mine. Looks like a flat badged S52. Is the rear subframe reinforced?
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Agreed, I'd seen those type of wheels before with the center cap and thought Beyern.

Holy hell what a nightmare to clean though. Looks like around 40 spoke/lip edges to clean!
LOL!

These are pretty easy to clean, since the brakes don't produce that much dust.

My M4 on the other hand, is major PITA. Lots of dust from the factory brakes and having style 666Ms don't help. Gets dirty in like 2 days.
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Great car, miss mine. Looks like a flat badged S52. Is the rear subframe reinforced?
Most likely not. Haven't had time to fully verify.
Didn't check the spot welds under the trunk carpet, but the rear diff mount is in great shape. Will note that the car has 188k miles on the clock.

Don't know of any shops near me that can do it. Randy Forbes himself lives in Florida and a few people have taken it to him directly to get it done, but I don't think he does that anymore. The kits are still available the last I checked and I'll get around to it.
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