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And yes as others said the car has Type IIs (archive)

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Posted by -Texas M3/4 on February 02, 2001 at 18:16:25:

In Reply to: RU sure wheel shown is Type III? (m) posted by -Texas M3/4 on February 02, 2001 at 18:15:23:


Type III are much like a type two except the spokes are not solid. I know those look like the pics of the ACS webpage but check again. Both pictures you have show are of a solid spoke design - unlike a Type III.

Just my 2 cents.

ACS offers two wheels, and they both look alike.

Are those 18" or 19"?

This is the type II:

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Here is Type III:

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Here is the pic of the car

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Also, who ever owns that car, you have one of the nicest E36 I've seen, everything you have done to the car looks perfect.






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