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      11-21-2011, 12:50 PM   #1
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FS: OEM Style 162's (Selling individually)

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EDIT: Both fronts sold. Only one rear remains

I am dismounting my extra set of wheels and tires to sell individually so I will have two front 162's and one rear 162 for sale. (The fourth rear is bent so that is why I am selling individually.)

Post/pm if you are interested in any of them and which one(s).

I will post close ups when they are dismounted. Here is a recent photo of them while still mounted.

Overall in excellent condition. No major curb damage. Center caps not included.

Local pickup preferred but if needed I can ship. Shipping should be around 25 bucks each but I can check based on your zip code.

I will be dismounting these on Tuesday.

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Dismounted. Verified trueness/roundness with tire shop. Here are the photos. Price is based on condition.

1. Front - Like New: $135 - SOLD

2. Front - Minor curb rash/peeling: $115 - SOLD

3. Rear - Looks excellent overall: $125

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      11-22-2011, 09:27 AM   #2
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I know very little about wheels.

I have an 07 e90 328xi

Will these fit? I know they fit other e90s in general I just want to make sure there isn't an issue with using them on an AWD x model.

Are the tires included? If so, life? Can the 4th tire be included as I'd likely by the 4th wheel from an ebay seller that sells them individually and brand new.

Can I use the center cap from my existing stock wheels?

Are the TPMS included, do I need them, and if I do can I use them from my existing stock wheels?

Any discount on buying all 3? I'm in 40291
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I know very little about wheels.

I have an 07 e90 328xi

Will these fit? I know they fit other e90s in general I just want to make sure there isn't an issue with using them on an AWD x model.

Are the tires included? If so, life? Can the 4th tire be included as I'd likely by the 4th wheel from an ebay seller that sells them individually and brand new.

Can I use the center cap from my existing stock wheels?

Are the TPMS included, do I need them, and if I do can I use them from my existing stock wheels?

Any discount on buying all 3? I'm in 40291


The wheels would fit. I have already dismounted so tires not included. You should be able to pop in your own center cap. No TPMS included.
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      11-22-2011, 10:01 PM   #4
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I am going to be getting Non RFT's and am curious as to which of the wheels I should use (clearance issues) for a full size spare...just throw a tire on and keep it in the trunk

would the fronts go on the rears with no problems and the rears on the fronts with no problems?

thanks in advance
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I am going to be getting Non RFT's and am curious as to which of the wheels I should use (clearance issues) for a full size spare...just throw a tire on and keep it in the trunk

would the fronts go on the rears with no problems and the rears on the fronts with no problems?

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The front is a little smaller than the rear. However, even though front can fit in rear and vice versa, you would most likely want to go with a front one as a spare as it is smaller and would not use up as much trunk space.
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One front and one rear remain.
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both fronts sold.

one rear remains.

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