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    E46 M3 lowered on 20's, too big?

    I don't know if 20's work with this car. This just seems too big and blingy to me:

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    Damn, these are huge!! Looks a bit like a toy car. 19''s would suit the car better!

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    Very nice!! fills the wheel well perfectly flush. Not a fan of those wheel stlye but love the aggresive stance.

    If you like the wheel style try blending them with the car color.

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    I think 20's are too big for ANY "sportscar"

    It really honestly annoys me that the GT-R has 20's aka DUBS stock

    E46 M3 looks beautiful though, that car will never go out of style. Smaller different style rims would look better IMO
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