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      02-02-2013, 12:09 PM   #1
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bbs ch r and tyres new

as per thread I posted, I bought myself a set of brand new silver 19" bbs ch r wheels with goodyear eagle 2 tyres 235 front and 265 rear non runflat for my 60th birthday. got the car out today and decided I prefer the 313's. bbs cost me 2400 and have apparently gone up since. so up for sale for 2250 collected. wheels/tyres are brand new and have not been on the car. sorry no pics as I still haven't learned how to do it but there are plenty of google pics of the wheels.
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Have you got a smart phone?

If you have open a photobucket account and download the app to the phone.

Really easy to take the picture, upload and then post picture on forum.

Best of luck with the sale.
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      02-02-2013, 03:10 PM   #3
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Have you got a smart phone?

If you have open a photobucket account and download the app to the phone.

Really easy to take the picture, upload and then post picture on forum.

Best of luck with the sale.
thanks for the advice, unfortunately my phone came out of the ark!
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You can email them to me if ou want and i will post them up for you.
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Lovely, lovely wheels. Have this bump on me.

(They won't fit on my car and more importantly I don't have 2k)
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Jeff, I'm down in Maidstone on Tuesday,if you want me to pop in and take some pics,let me know.
I can then upload them for you.

Alternatively,if you're over the other residence, I can go there.

Shame about the CH-R's,but the 313's are stunning
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Put them on the car bud! I am pretty sure you'd change your mind once on!!!!
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Jeff, I'm down in Maidstone on Tuesday,if you want me to pop in and take some pics,let me know.
I can then upload them for you.

Alternatively,if you're over the other residence, I can go there.

Shame about the CH-R's,but the 313's are stunning
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You can email them to me if ou want and i will post them up for you.
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I presume these cost 2400 including the tyres?

I do very much like these wheels and have been considering buying a set (I personally think they're better looking than 313s). Forgive me for saying, but 2250 doesn't represent much saving (I can get alloys without tyres for 1555, and don't have to travel).

I guess if you find someone local looking for the tyre and wheel combo it might be tempting, GLWS
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I presume these cost 2400 including the tyres?

I do very much like these wheels and have been considering buying a set (I personally think they're better looking than 313s). Forgive me for saying, but 2250 doesn't represent much saving (I can get alloys without tyres for 1555, and don't have to travel).

I guess if you find someone local looking for the tyre and wheel combo it might be tempting, GLWS
yes including tyres, same combination are on ebay now for 2700.
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What no you just got these!!!

Oh well fantastic wheels. GLWS
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Too expensive for me... But a lovely lovely wheel. I'd love to be in the position to buy them (But if I did, I'd be looking to pay used no more than 1200 for the alloys only and wouldn't need the tyres)

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Pics of Acerboo's wheels/tyres

Please contact Acerboo (Jeff) regarding the wheels/tyres.

















Stuuning!




PS. The wheels are fitted with the rim protectors on, as they have never been on the car/road.
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If there are guys willing to buy the alloys only why not keep the tyres, you will need them sometime soon I'm sure and may ease the sale of the wheels.
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I presume these cost 2400 including the tyres?

I do very much like these wheels and have been considering buying a set (I personally think they're better looking than 313s). Forgive me for saying, but 2250 doesn't represent much saving (I can get alloys without tyres for 1555, and don't have to travel).

I guess if you find someone local looking for the tyre and wheel combo it might be tempting, GLWS
No need to travel to pick up the wheels/tyres.

Paisley Freight will collect/deliver wheels for about 40.00,a cost that I'm sure Jeff would negotiate on.

After seeing the wheels in the flesh,I think the deal Jeff is offering represents a good saving, and a very fair sale.
The wheels still have the rim protection fitted, have never seen a hub,let alone rotated on tarmac,so are brand new.

https://www.paisleyfreight.com/alloy-wheels.php

The offsets are ET35 rear/ET32 front, ideal for the E9x, and have upsized brand new rubber 235/265.

If I still had my car,I would have come away with them yesterday,rather than take pictures

Good luck Jeff
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No need to travel to pick up the wheels/tyres.

Paisley Freight will collect/deliver wheels for about 40.00,a cost that I'm sure Jeff would negotiate on.

After seeing the wheels in the flesh,I think the deal Jeff is offering represents a good saving, and a very fair sale.
The wheels still have the rim protection fitted, have never seen a hub,let alone rotated on tarmac,so are brand new.

https://www.paisleyfreight.com/alloy-wheels.php

The offsets are ET35 rear/ET32 front, ideal for the E9x, and have upsized brand new rubber 235/265.

If I still had my car,I would have come away with them yesterday,rather than take pictures

Good luck Jeff
Ian thanks for doing the pics and the enhanced write up! appreciated.
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Nice wheels. Missed out on a set of mint BBS for my other car & have been kicking myself daily.

I was after some CSL reps soon. I like the way the CSL rears curve into the centre more than the fronts (deeper dish?). Do these do the same or do the wheels look the same front to rear (with the exception of the width?)

Can anyone comment on fit on a touring & clearance? Cheers
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Nice wheels. Missed out on a set of mint BBS for my other car & have been kicking myself daily.

I was after some CSL reps soon. I like the way the CSL rears curve into the centre more than the fronts (deeper dish?). Do these do the same or do the wheels look the same front to rear (with the exception of the width?)

Can anyone comment on fit on a touring & clearance? Cheers
The LCI tourer shares the same width of wheels (19") as the pre-LCI,and the wheel offsets are the same.

19" OEM wheels are:
Front 8J x 19 ET37, Rear 9J x 19 ET39 (based on 225's/ 230's and 313 rims.)

The BBS wheels are:
Front *8.5J* x 19-ET32,Rear *9.5J* x 19-ET35

So the front wheels will sit approx 9/10mm further out in the arch.
The rear wheels will sit approx 9/10mm further out in the arch.

Both the E90 & E91 (both pre LCI & LCI) have more room in the arches than the E92,so given the offsets and wheel widths would fit the E92 comfortably,I can see no problem with these wheels having any clearance issues on the LCI tourer,even with the upsized tyres.

The BBS wheels don't have the same depth of concavity as that of the CSL wheel,but there is a difference front to back,the rears being more concave.

** Jeff, can you confirm the wheel widths, are they 8.5J / 9.5J?
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The LCI tourer shares the same width of wheels (19") as the pre-LCI,and the wheel offsets are the same.

19" OEM wheels are:
Front 8J x 19 ET37, Rear 9J x 19 ET39 (based on 225's/ 230's and 313 rims.)

The BBS wheels are:
Front *8.5J* x 19-ET32,Rear *9.5J* x 19-ET35

So the front wheels will sit approx 9/10mm further out in the arch.
The rear wheels will sit approx 9/10mm further out in the arch.

Both the E90 & E91 (both pre LCI & LCI) have more room in the arches than the E92,so given the offsets and wheel widths would fit the E92 comfortably,I can see no problem with these wheels having any clearance issues on the LCI tourer,even with the upsized tyres.

The BBS wheels don't have the same depth of concavity as that of the CSL wheel,but there is a difference front to back,the rears being more concave.

** Jeff, can you confirm the wheel widths, are they 8.5J / 9.5J?
yes that's correct, ideal widths for the 235/265 tyres.
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If I had the money I'd buy these in a heartbeat Jeff. My cheeky offer WITHOUT tyres of course stands, but I imagine someone will buy them sooner or later all in.

If they were even a tyre I'd put on my car I'd consider it - but I'd just have to sell them

They are so gorgeous ..
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By the way, I've an LCI 335d with 313m Alloys and would consider these a MASSIVE upgrade in looks. Have you tried fitting them? I'm sure you'll love the look of the car fitted...
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