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      12-05-2012, 08:30 AM   #1
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Cades Apollo 19" .... Feeler... hopefully not to touchy feely

Guys I have a set of Cades Apollo wheels which I am thinking of selling. Just want to be fully honest here.

I have had them for a while and they have served me well. They have been off the car for a while now and are warmly nestled in my Garage.

Brief history and condition: I hit a pot hole a while back and managed to flat spot the front passenger. Although very slight I handed the wheel into to Wheel works at Crawley who repressed the wheel and was corrected to be 100% straight and true.

Also 6 months ago a managed to split a New continental tire in the side wall. There is a slight nick on the rim from the stone that was caught in between the rim and tire wall.

Generally I would say the wheels could with with a refurb to be 100% mint, but apart from that they could easily have tires mounted and go straight on and you would be happy.

I was planing on running them as winter wheels this year but decided to run another set of wheels i have.

Pricing:
I can give the wheels without any tires.
Or I can mount a set of Yoko Advan sport 6+mm 235/265 (currently on csl's)

Obviously this is a feeler guys, if there is much interest and someone is serious to buy then we can work something out.

Was looking around 250ish for wheels alone. Or 650ish if wrapped and balanced with YOKOs.

Feel free to discuss. All comments welcome.

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      12-05-2012, 10:06 AM   #2
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what et are they ?38f/35r or 38f/32r?
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      12-05-2012, 10:13 AM   #3
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what et are they ?38f/35r or 38f/32r?
Uno momentos senior. I shall find out for you.

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      12-05-2012, 10:16 AM   #4
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Although very slight I handed the wheel into to Wheel works at Crawley who repressed the wheel and was corrected to be 100% straight and true.
Top outfit - 'Wheelworks'.
I can certainly vouch for the work they do.
They are currently refurbing my G-Power wheels,and do work for most of the main dealers in the area.

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Was looking around 250ish for wheels alone.
Insanity is obviously spreading amongst the members,or perhaps A_P has started working for Oxfam?
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19x 8.5 et38 front.
19x 9.5 et35 deeper concave rears.

Retail @ 599 new.
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what size tyres are you running on them at the moment?

do you need spacers on them?
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what size tyres are you running on them at the moment?

do you need spacers on them?
They are in the garage at the moment. As i no longer have the E90 anymore. You don't need spacers.
However for a more aggressive look you can fit spacers.

Can supply wheels without tyres. Or wheels with
235/35/19 fronts
265/30/19 Rears
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A_P is a top bloke! I believe his stuff with all the honesty is worth spending on. Free bump for you mate
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Where a outs are you?
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Hi, I like the look of these and they are something I've been after. 250 and its -a deal
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Right next to Gatwick airport. ( not on the runway though )
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Hey AP

What do you think - 250 for the wheels only (just thought I'd clarify the offer was for the wheels only)
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      12-06-2012, 04:30 PM   #13
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Lovely set of wheels for the money. They look great on an E9X and I'd have them in a flash if I didn't already have a set!!
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Are these still for sale?
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