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      10-10-2012, 09:04 AM   #1
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FS: Feeler 19" 269 alloys

Hi,

I'm considering selling my genuine 19" BMW Performance 269 alloys without tyres.

The specifications are:

Front alloy wheels: 19x8" ET37
Wheel part number: BMW 36116781046

Rear alloy wheels: 19x9" ET39
Wheel part number: BMW 36116781047

Two have damage to their outer rims; I've been quoted 240 (for both) by a reputable company for full refurbishment, then diamond cut in a CNC lathe; please note that the "BMW Performance" lettering will be reinstated. The other two are fine.

These rims have barely seen 10,000 miles as they made way for a set of ACS rims in August 2011 and I run a set of winter alloys/tyres during winter. My car has less than 21,000 miles on the clock.

I'm looking for 725 in their current condition and 975 once repaired.

These four rims retail new at 1916.50.

Is anyone interested in taking these as they are?

Below is an example of the damage to the two:





and here's how they looked on the car with 5mm & 12mm Eibach spacers at front & rear respectively (which are also for sale with bolts ):







I'm based in Wigan.

Thanks for looking.

David
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      10-11-2012, 02:04 AM   #3
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Thanks to all those members that have expressed an interest in the spacers alone. However, I'm reluctant to let the spacers go before the rims have been sold as, IMHO, these spacers are a perfect match to the offsets of these rims.

Therefore, in order to tempt a sale for the rims, as part of the deal, I'm prepared to throw in the spacers & extended bolts (cost approx 160) for an additional 25.

Please note; in the following images, the standard 225 (front) and 255 (rear) tyres are fitted to the rims.





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What size tyres go on these?
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The Standard BMW fitment is 225/35R19 (front) and 255/30R19 (rear) runflats.
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Love these alloys, considering them but I cant afford to buy the tyres (as I have few months ago made the swap to non RFT) for them and it would kill me to leave them in the garage
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Hi,

What size tyres do you have now?

The 8" rim should take from 215 to 245 tyre width and the 9" rim should take from 235 to 265 tyre width.

These rims will take non RFTs as well as RFTs.

See tyre options at following link:

http://www.alloywheelsdirect.net/bmw...ance_wheel_542

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Love these alloys, considering them but I cant afford to buy the tyres (as I have few months ago made the swap to non RFT) for them and it would kill me to leave them in the garage
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I have 18" alloys at the moment Im afraid
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Please confirm if these alloys are still available.
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Hi

500? We can have a deal.
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Following a distinct lack of interest to this feeler thread back in October, I decided to keep hold of these alloys until I decide what I am doing with my current car; probably late October.

Thanks for the interest anyway.
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Following a distinct lack of interest to this feeler thread back in October, I decided to keep hold of these alloys until I decide what I am doing with my current car; probably late October.

Thanks for the interest anyway.
The 269s are lovely wheels and not many wheels are that much smarter.

They will add to your car's value and demand once selling time comes.
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Lovely wheels mate. Only came across this thread once I started looking for a 269 set. Sad that you are not selling now
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