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      10-20-2011, 07:30 PM   #1
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FS: 19" M-Competition package wheels // Caps + M badge stickers included

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Selling these 19x 8.5, 19x9.5 wheels. M-Competition types.

http://www.e90post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=600412

pls email me or msg me at 626-922-1575. Thanks!

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      10-21-2011, 02:07 AM   #2
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pm replied. thankss
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      10-21-2011, 02:11 AM   #3
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looks like replica wheels
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      10-21-2011, 02:17 AM   #4
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looks like replica wheels
yep, OEM reps, same weight, and measurements. might actually be stronger quality, seems like. Had a friend who got these before me, ran into a 5" pothole, dug into the wheel, and it dented in just a bit. I had to get them after, but now I need extra $, sigh

can't argue with $600 deal though. PM me for local meet up, willing to ship also..

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      10-21-2011, 02:46 PM   #5
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looks like replica wheels
They aren't even for a E9X M3...
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      10-21-2011, 04:21 PM   #6
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They aren't even for a E9X M3...
lol how so, of course they are
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      10-22-2011, 01:13 AM   #7
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lol how so, of course they are
Offsets are all wrong.. OEM wheels in the 19X 8.5 and 19 x 9.5 ala 220m are a ET29 front and a ET23 for the rear I believe. I mean they will fit but will need spacers to fit properly.
Not to mention the width and offsets for the ZCP wheels are completely different (31 front and 25mm rear). You said they were the same weight and measurement.

So yes they technically will fit..with spacers.

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Specs are:
19x8.5 ET 35mm
19x9.5 ET 35mm
right?

These are perfect fitment for Non-M E9x, but not for M3s

You'll want low 30s to high 20s for the front at a minimum.
and mid 20s in the rear

a 10mm spacer Front and 15mm spacer in the rear would make them work....
But who puts reps on a M3?

I mean, the rims look fine for a cheap $600 set for a Non-M, but not ideal for M3s.
You'll need to spend $200+ on quality spacers, and then you could have just gotten new VMRs in the correct specs...
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Nope,

You are incorrect on the sizing.

Straight from the BMW M3 brochure.

Competition Package wheels are 19x9.0 and 19x10.0.

I use a 15mm front and 12mm rear and people ask me all the time if my car has springs when it is stock comp pkg.

You also cannot recommend people a VMR setup instead of these. One VMR weighs as much as probably two of these if not three.

A factory forged M wheel is the best daily driveable wheel, especially since they come with the car. The myriad of people selling these wheels has made them a VERY good deal, often being sold at a price that would equal free PS2 tires.

Brand new, on here, these are worth about 1600-1800 for the set. With 5k miles, they are worth like 1200. Without tires, 900-1000.

Best of luck!
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You also cannot recommend people a VMR setup instead of these. One VMR weighs as much as probably two of these if not three.
You're going over board here...one VMR wheel doesn't weigh as much as 2 or 3 OEM 220M wheels. Maybe you were just being sarcastic...however, sounded like you were serious.

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Nope,

You are incorrect on the sizing.

Straight from the BMW M3 brochure.

Competition Package wheels are 19x9.0 and 19x10.0.

I use a 15mm front and 12mm rear and people ask me all the time if my car has springs when it is stock comp pkg.

You also cannot recommend people a VMR setup instead of these. One VMR weighs as much as probably two of these if not three.

A factory forged M wheel is the best daily driveable wheel, especially since they come with the car. The myriad of people selling these wheels has made them a VERY good deal, often being sold at a price that would equal free PS2 tires.

Brand new, on here, these are worth about 1600-1800 for the set. With 5k miles, they are worth like 1200. Without tires, 900-1000.

Best of luck!
This is either the most idiotic or the most sarcastic post I've read today.

These are replicas and poor ones at that. The spoke profile is totally off (read: not concave), widths and offsets are also not even close to OEM. At least they are priced well. $600 is a good deal for them.
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