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      02-16-2012, 06:51 PM   #1
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FS: genuine 19' M3 wheels

Sorry guys, rims are no longer for sale. I've decided to put them on my own car





Hey guys, up for sale is a set of 4 genuine 19 inch M3 factory optional wheels in brand new condition.
Wheels were taken off the original car once it was bought and i had originally wanted to fit them onto my 335i, but plans didn't fall through so these are now up to sale.

The rim sizes are;
Front: 19X8.5 + 29
Rear: 19x9.5 + 23

the rear rims will fit any standard 3 series given that you roll your guard and possibly some fender work or stretched tyres.











All wheels include center caps and are boxed in original BMW boxes.


Some pics of it on the e92







$1900 negotiable


pick up sydney preferred

Feel free to leave me a pm or text me at 0400889889

Cheers,
Jeff

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Pics are up guys
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      02-20-2012, 06:20 AM   #3
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Hey guys the price is very negotiable, shoot me an offer and i will consider it. Taking up too much space at home
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Price drop, 2000
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final price drop, $1900. If it doesn't sell then I will be powdercoating them to black to put them on my car haha
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I think your problem is the offset is all wrong iirc for a 3 series, i think it is specific to the M. I don't know if powder coating is the best approach though if you can't sell them.
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Decent price! Good luck with sale mate, then you can get dps amd meth.
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I think your problem is the offset is all wrong iirc for a 3 series, i think it is specific to the M. I don't know if powder coating is the best approach though if you can't sell them.
The offset is fine, minimal poke at the front

will 100% fit with M-Sport and non M suspension
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I think your problem is the offset is all wrong iirc for a 3 series, i think it is specific to the M. I don't know if powder coating is the best approach though if you can't sell them.
The offset is fine, minimal poke at the front

will 100% fit with M-Sport and non M suspension
Allen what size tyres could you fit on an e92 msport. Without a roll!
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Decent price! Good luck with sale mate, then you can get dps amd meth.
need to get rid of them so i can get decent rims first! Then we can talk about dps and meth
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Allen what size tyres could you fit on an e92 msport. Without a roll!
I would roll for guards for a good fitment :P
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Don't listen to allen he needs moar low. My car rubs more than his at the moment.
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I think I have to resort to air suspension because i can hardly get through my driveway without scraping at stock height
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Allen what size tyres could you fit on an e92 msport. Without a roll!
245's on the rear, slight stretch
fronts should fit fine
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245's on the rear, slight stretch
fronts should fit fine
moar low then talk.
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really want these wheels gone, just throw me any reasonable offers!
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Price drop.. 1500
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Fuark thats so cheap!
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I saw the same set at the dealer for $7000, somebody needs to grab this bargin
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thing is, they only fit m3's... so anyone purchasing would need to sit them in an m3... chances are they already have these wheels... ide only purchase them at a super low price as replacement for mine... why dont u put them on ebay?
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