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      09-05-2012, 08:10 AM   #1
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FS used 313 reps 19" staggered fitment

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      09-05-2012, 10:36 AM   #2
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Do you still have these? Are they a 19"s?

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Hi

Indeed they are 19's and they are all boxed up waiting for a new owner
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      09-05-2012, 12:21 PM   #4
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Nice, What is your reason for sale, if you don't mind me asking?

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Judging by those photos, they look like they can't take the pot holes in the road.
The metal looks like it has been repaired, it is a big risk running cheap 19" alloys with low profile tyres.
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Nice, What is your reason for sale, if you don't mind me asking?

Cheers Carl.
I had a change of heart and decided some darker wheels would suit the car better.
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Judging by those photos, they look like they can't take the pot holes in the road.
The metal looks like it has been repaired, it is a big risk running cheap 19" alloys with low profile tyres.
The wheel hasnt been repaired as such. I hit a kerb and used some really really fine wet sand to smooth the rash so it wasnt as noticeable.

I think your just as much at risk running any alloy on british roads with low profile tyres let alone run flats.
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      09-05-2012, 02:29 PM   #8
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Oem wheels don't fare much better!
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I would have taken them, but factoring in a refurb, which would be over 60 per wheel, I think you could get new ones for that. Shame though, GLWS
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I would have taken them, but factoring in a refurb, which would be over 60 per wheel, I think you could get new ones for that. Shame though, GLWS
Not all the wheels need a refurb. Its the rear which has 3 areas of damage. There is a tiny mark on the other rear.

The fronts have no kerb damage.
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      09-06-2012, 04:05 AM   #11
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Well I have a set of 18" MV3 Alloys but they need welding and refurbing, I hop ethat these will be as strong as the Standard Wheels, can you email me a picture of the inside edges of the wheels please matey? If i go for these wheels i will be running ?non-runflat tyres. Not the best really as I Like the Bridgestone runflats!

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No problems at all, i'll get these done tonight. I'll also try and get a video up.
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Judging by those photos, they look like they can't take the pot holes in the road.
The metal looks like it has been repaired, it is a big risk running cheap 19" alloys with low profile tyres.
No more of a risk than running OEM 19" wheels with run flats on,which are just as susceptible to damage from pot holes and other hazards on our shite roads.

Those wheels look pretty good compared to some I've seen on here for sale.
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Very nice wheels if I had funds I would have had them
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Video of the wheels

http://img259.imageshack.us/img259/6...tikcakdrua.mp4
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Hi, will you package for courier collection and do they run straight and through with no buckles or bends?...will oem bmw center caps fit?
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Wheels are boxed and ready for collection.

The wheels were not checked having been removed from the vehicle but when they were on I had no issues with the wheels. When fitted to the vehicle the garage had no issues with balancing. As seen in the pics the wheels do not have any cracks or buckles just kerb damage.
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will oem bmw center caps fit?
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