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      10-17-2012, 06:56 PM   #1
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FS: HRE 441r 19x10 et19 19x11.5 et12 BRAND NEW!!

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I was building these for my M3, which I sold one week before I finished them. Every part of the wheel is brand new or completely refurbished/refinished. The finish is a satin chrome powder coat, basically a completely matte silver with no flake in it. Barrels are matte black and the lips are brand new chrome lips(no need to polish them!!) also have brand new OEM red HRE center caps. They have a high disk in the front, should clear most BBKs, if anyone in the Seattle area wouldnt mind letting me test fit these to give a buyer a better idea I would appreciate it!

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19x10 et19, 72.5 center bore, hi disk, 3" lip
19x11.5 et12, 72.5 center bore, lo disk, 4.5" lip

$3000 shipped/insured in the lower 48.

Pictures are of them just set together, they have been sealed and completely assembled ready for use!!




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      10-17-2012, 07:12 PM   #2
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WOW!! They look SICK! I would totally buy it if I were in the market for more parts.
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      10-17-2012, 07:24 PM   #3
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Way too aggressive for any E92. Maybe E90 can run it
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      10-17-2012, 07:32 PM   #4
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Way too aggressive for any E92. Maybe E90 can run it
Definitely too aggressive for a standard body e9x, but an e9x M owner looking to push the boundaries a little has found what he needs(yes I know the "stanced" look isnt for everyone, but these would not have been that agressive on my e46 with slightly pulled fenders).

Just putting them out there if anyone is looking!! Was thinking about test fitting these on my friends narrow body e92 for giggles.
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      10-17-2012, 08:04 PM   #5
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Was thinking about test fitting these on my friends narrow body e92 for giggles.
I'm still down for a test fit anytime!

Also, i can vouch for the OP - standup guy and standup seller. And obviously has killer taste in wheels and automobiles.
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wow, so aggressive, I love it.
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The fronts will work I know personally they would the back will probably be to much. To bad a little higher offset in the rear and I would have considered these
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The fronts will work I know personally they would the back will probably be to much. To bad a little higher offset in the rear and I would have considered these
You are running the same widths on a narrow body? Just a higher offset on the rear? Id love to see some pictures!
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You are running the same widths on a narrow body? Just a higher offset on the rear? Id love to see some pictures!
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      10-18-2012, 03:26 PM   #10
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Wheels are beautiful and for a good price. The hubs can always be shaved down a bit to lower the offsets too. How much I'm not sure. GLWS nonetheless.
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Bump it up!!
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Wheels are beautiful and for a good price. The hubs can always be shaved down a bit to lower the offsets too. How much I'm not sure. GLWS nonetheless.
You can easily have 4-5mm shaved off the rear pad if you wanted.
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Lots of interest. No money yet.
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The fronts will work I know personally they would the back will probably be to much. To bad a little higher offset in the rear and I would have considered these
You are running the same widths on a narrow body? Just a higher offset on the rear? Id love to see some pictures!
The fronts are the Same specs and had 10mm of poke ,the rear I had about 10mm of poke with higher offset and same width 11.5 on a 285/30. They are now sold and going to another happy buyer. I need to push it more now so I'm going wider and lower offsets
But here is what she looked like when I was running them

Can't wait for the new ones though
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