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      09-08-2009, 02:22 AM   #1
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wts:19 inch m3 wheels & ST coilovers

make an offer. they are both still on the car. i will be needing a 16/17 inch standard wheels to replace mine.
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      09-08-2009, 06:34 AM   #2
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wow, they sure look the part, would look great on my new car
why are you selling them?
I could buy the coil-overs for my wife's 320 wagon (she did say it should be a bit lower
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      09-08-2009, 05:27 PM   #3
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im selling it because im looking to get a bigger car due to the arrival of our first baby in december. looking at a kluger/mazda cx7. would love to get an x5 but cant afford it. if you're truly interested just PM me. if you need to know where i bought them from. i got it from **********s a year ago. that way it will also give you an indication as to how muct they costs delivered here to Australia. name your price(PM me).
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I got some stock 17" wheels which came with the m-kit. interested in swapping for your coilovers?
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ynote90: send me a pic of the wheels.
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      09-09-2009, 04:44 AM   #7
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will these fit a 335i coupe ?
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      09-09-2009, 04:48 AM   #8
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just curious... how much was the shipping to get the coilovers here? I'm thinking of getting a set of koni shocks, and with the exchange rate the way it is, seems like it might be more cost effective to buy OS. You can PM me if you'd prefer.
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      09-09-2009, 05:50 PM   #9
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im selling it because im looking to get a bigger car due to the arrival of our first baby in december. looking at a kluger/mazda cx7. would love to get an x5 but cant afford it. if you're truly interested just PM me. if you need to know where i bought them from. i got it from **********s a year ago. that way it will also give you an indication as to how muct they costs delivered here to Australia. name your price(PM me).
I see!
Our kids are now 7 & 12, so we have moved back down from the SUV's. We had a RAV4 / Prado / ML320. Having a large boot is great.
Looked at the Cx7 and it drove very car like, but the boot was really high and you sit right back.
I like the kluger, but haven't driven it. A guy I know said that it didn't have split rear seats, so for 7 it is a pain. He went with the Holden Captiva.
We borrowed a 320 for a while and with a pram and baby seat, it is a bit tight. You can almost do it with a 320 wagon.
Good luck with the sale.
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vman69: do u mean the wheel/tyres or the coilovers only????im not sure if they fit yours. im not an expert at this. maybe check the wheel/tyre forum.
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vman69: do u mean the wheel/tyres or the coilovers only????im not sure if they fit yours. im not an expert at this. maybe check the wheel/tyre forum.
I meant wheels/tires. Will ask in tyre forums.
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      09-10-2009, 12:11 AM   #12
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they are f:19x8.5 & r:19x9.5. Im almost certain it fits any 3 series. PM me if you're still interested. i just bought standard 17's so i should be able to sell mine anytime.
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      09-11-2009, 03:41 AM   #13
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You got a part number for the coil overs, I would like to see if they fit the wagon or the convertible?

Is it this one?
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checkout this link:http://www.**********s.com/_e/Suspen..._330i_335i.htm
also checkout their website:www.stsuspension.com & open up their pdf.

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Damm!
I just checked the KW website, these will only fit another sedan...
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Did u also check the stsuspension website?
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Did u also check the stsuspension website?
Yes, but that site didn't help too much.
However, I did post a question in the suspension section and it seems that it will fit a coupe / sedan / wagon / convertible. Only that the wagon & convertible have bigger bump stops.

I would have expected that the spring rates would be totally different, as the convertible is about 200-300kg heavier than the wagon. (Actually it feels like 500kg heavier :-( )

Do you still have them for sale and what is your asking price?
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      09-23-2009, 10:27 PM   #18
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will PM you mate.
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Guys just a quick update. I have now traded in my e90 to a brand new X5 therefore both wheels & coilovers are ready to go. PM me your offer. Willing to sell to genuine offer. thanks
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You really think you need a kluger etc because you have one child...how big is it going to be 6'4" and 18 stone Stick with the BMW man it is easily big enough for one or even two kids. If not then get an E91!

I got my wife a Territory when we had our 3rd (others are 6 and 4) so we could fit 2 boosters and an infant seat in back (which is no chance in a CX7 by the way). Until then she got by fine with a VW Golf.

PS: I used that as an excuse to go from a E60 to a 335i on account of her having the 'big' car

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how much are you selling them? I got an E90 335i sedan, does it fit into it?
I only got 17" wheels on it, so looking to get bigger.
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guys! the ST Coilovers is still for sale. Has been off the car for six months after trading in the e90. Will consider any realistic,non-low balling offers. It has just been sitting in my garage gathering dust. First offer will be highly considered.
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