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      10-21-2023, 12:54 PM   #23
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The lesser the spokes the easier to clean with an old long handled wash up brush, small bucket of warm water with wash up liquid, when the bottom halves are done move the car couple or so feet and do the other halves.
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I have the same wheels on my G01 X3, I think they are pretty easy to clean relative to some of the many-spoke BMW wheels I've owned in the past.
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The design of these wheels appears to be a work of art, seamlessly blending aesthetics with functionality. The attention to detail is evident, showcasing a sophisticated approach to engineering and style. Whether it's the intricate patterns, unique spokes, or the choice of materials, it's clear that a dedicated team of designers and engineers put their expertise into crafting these wheels. It's a testament to the idea that form and function can coexist beautifully.
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Ceramic brake pads will produce far less brake dust and last longer, but they are not suitable for spirited driving (Autobahn use, track days, etc). If you are just driving on normal roads at speeds less than 100 mph I would go for them.

I found that foamy wheel cleaner can penetrate into those difficult-to-clean areas more easily than normal wheel cleaner and you can just rinse it off afterwards.
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