Thank you BM Autosport

We are based on the south coast and was established in 2002. We specialise in supplying alloy wheels for German makes of cars including BMW, Audi, Mercedes and VW.
We are authorised dealers for many top wheel brands including 3SDM, AXE, Cades, Ispiri, OEMS, Quantum44, Zito and more. We also stock a large variety of used, original equipment wheels, most of which have been fully refurbished.
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Thank you BM Autosport

Post by Sonic1506 » Mon Jan 11, 2016 1:00 pm

Thank you to BM Autosport (Mark/Carrie). Lots of emails back and forth but they've supplied me with a lovely set of 18" (8.5 and 9.5) Zito 935's in Hyper SIlver for my 1 Series and did me a lovely deal along with part exchange against my OEM 17" 207M's.

Lovely people to talk to and deal with, who are very knowledgeable and went that extra mile to feel like a valued customer. Would highly recommend for your wheel needs! :).

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Post by Jimbo. » Mon Jan 11, 2016 1:25 pm

Nice choice of wheel and sizes sounds good :D

I'd want them finished in gun metal grey or similar against a silver car though 8)
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Post by mikethemike » Mon Jan 11, 2016 7:25 pm

Be sure to get some pics up once they're fitted. Sounds good :)
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Post by Red5 » Mon Jan 11, 2016 8:17 pm

I'd echo your thoughts re BMAutosport and Mark.i visited a good few years ago now, but found dealing with them most agreeable :)
I've sent a couple of people there now, all reporting the same good service.

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Post by Dan116i » Mon Jan 11, 2016 8:50 pm

+1 Mark is a very helpful guy. I can't fault them one bit... I recommended them to over half of my staff :lol:
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Post by Sonic1506 » Tue Jan 12, 2016 10:17 am

mikethemike wrote:Be sure to get some pics up once they're fitted. Sounds good :)
Thanks bud.

Getting tyres next month so will be done around then, then the Ispiri's will come off for a bit (provided they don't rub and my current height, which if I've calculated everything should be fine) and sent off for a refurb in either chrome powdercoat or diamond cut again :).
Jimbo. wrote:Nice choice of wheel and sizes sounds good :D

I'd want them finished in gun metal grey or similar against a silver car though 8)
Thanks bud. I contemplated that but then thought they'd be too dark, I can always let them get dirty and see how I feel about the silver after that :lol: :lol: :lol:.

Love the wheels though. Highly recommend BM Autosport!

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Post by bmautosport » Fri Jan 15, 2016 7:07 pm

Thanks for your Comments Guys, means alot to us to have good feedback, reputation is so important to us and we always want the customer to have the best experience they can when dealing with us!

Looking forward to some pics also.

Expect i will make a sticky topic for customers comments and customer's pictures soon!

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Post by Sonic1506 » Mon Jan 18, 2016 10:30 am

bmautosport wrote:Thanks for your Comments Guys, means alot to us to have good feedback, reputation is so important to us and we always want the customer to have the best experience they can when dealing with us!

Looking forward to some pics also.

Expect i will make a sticky topic for customers comments and customer's pictures soon!
Gonna order tyres next month so I'll get pictures of the wheels up around then, as soon as they're on the car :).

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Post by Sonic1506 » Sun Feb 14, 2016 3:58 pm

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Post by bmautosport » Thu Feb 25, 2016 10:33 am

Car is looking great, nice and aggressive! Thanks for the pics!

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Post by Blind Pugh » Thu Feb 25, 2016 10:37 am

With those widths and offsets - wheel faces look to be protuding past the bodywork - is that legal / MOT-able ?
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Post by Sonic1506 » Thu Feb 25, 2016 10:48 am

Blind Pugh wrote:With those widths and offsets - wheel faces look to be protuding past the bodywork - is that legal / MOT-able ?
Yes they are legal. I've driven in front of, next to and behind police who have looked over at me with no issues. 30mm protrusion is allowed by law IIRC but the tread MUST be under the arch. My Ispiri's sat similar with no problems, my X5 Tigerclaws poked all round more, tread stuck out of the arch a bit and again, no issues from the police :). I've spoken to my MOT place who said I should be fine for MOT but I asked for the stretch rather than the poke. My stretch on the rear worried me more than poke to be honest!

The protrusion doesn't look as much in person to be fair though. Pictures exaggerate it or at least those do as many people in the group buy wanted to know what the poke would be like, so I tried to get it as best as I could. I can get more pictures but I don't get my car back until tomorrow.

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I drive past police checkpoints pretty much every week, no issues. I work near a police car park and police impound too. I also often see police on my daily commute. I haven't had issues with them and any sets of wheels on Amy :). Picked my car up today and spoke to the MOT tester who said it shouldn't be a problem come MOT time to get an MOT with the Zito's on the car and the stretch. Worst case scenario, I'll just swap to the Ispiri's but I think all bases are covered :).
bmautosport wrote:Car is looking great, nice and aggressive! Thanks for the pics!

Mark
Thanks :). Thank you for all of your help, advice and the great deal with the old 207M's :).
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Post by jono400 » Thu Feb 25, 2016 6:41 pm

Yep another big thumbs up to mark from BMautosports who although still has not managed to prize any off these hard earned scottish notes off me yet :lol: has continued to keep up his superb customer service reputation with being only too happy to reply to every one off my many emails to him in a very professional friendly manner both day and night which sadly is not always found these days.

So yes top guy to deal with 8)
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