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      10-29-2014, 11:22 AM   #1
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FS: AC Schnitzer III Reps 18' with Tires (20 offset)

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For sale I have a set of AC Schnitzer III replica wheels. The wheels come with tires that have approximately 60% tread remaining. I have these on my 2006 e90 330i. Prefer local sales at the moment. *The wheels have an offset of 20*

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Kumho KH25 215/40/R18 (fronts)
Nexen Radial N3000 275/35/ZR18 (rears)

The wheels are pictured below, as well as in my build thread posted in my Sig.

Asking $550. Please let me know if there are any questions.

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The wheels are pretty nice once the stance is pulled off correctly. What are the wheel specs?
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The wheels are pretty nice once the stance is pulled off correctly. What are the wheel specs?
I don't know the offsets exactly. I'm looking for a local sale so that any potential would first test fit the wheels and make sure they're to their liking before purchase.

I think they could look aggressive...but I'm not familiar with the suspension know-how though. If I could make them look aggressive on my car, I'd like to keep them

Edit: Offsets et20 front and rear

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Once you know the specs of the wheel, usually it's on the back of the spokes or somewhere near the hub. I can give an idea of what size tires/spacers you would need and your car needs a drop. I say keep them.
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Once you know the specs of the wheel, usually it's on the back of the spokes or somewhere near the hub. I can give an idea of what size tires/spacers you would need and your car needs a drop. I say keep them.
Wow you have no idea how much I'd appreciate that I am actually going to be changing my front and rear struts shortly, so there will be a drop depending on which set up I go with
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Wow you have no idea how much I'd appreciate that I am actually going to be changing my front and rear struts shortly, so there will be a drop depending on which set up I go with
I say if you're going to do it right, spend the money and go with KW V1 coilovers. Simply changing the shocks/struts/springs and ending up with a height that you still don't like will give you a headache. While you're at it, roll the front fenders as much as you can super slim, should be $50 per side and shave the rears, should be $75 per side. My rear fenders are probably 5mm thick but remember to seal between the 2 panels so it won't rust.
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