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Easiest bmw rim to clean

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Just curious to see what you guys think. Ive cleaned a couple different styles, and personally, i think my style 43's are pretty damn easy:bigpimp:

edit: I just thought of some of the most common 3 series ones i could think off of the top of my head
 
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A hubcap? Just throw it away and buy a new one???
Just being punchy.

Ever since I saw that shot of Chip's fridge with the Anderson Valley Hop Ottin IPA sitting there, I've been eager to go home and have a beer.
 

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Add the new style 96's on the 2002 325 to the list.

I am probably biased since I have them, but they are pretty easy to clean. They have center caps so no open lug bolt holes and wide smooth spokes.

I can even squeeze my hand between the spokes in an old wash mit to hit the back of the spokes and the inner rim. Just have to move the car once to turn the wheels 180 degrees to get the area that the brake calipers hides.

If not the easiest, one of them.
 
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