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      07-19-2010, 11:46 AM   #1
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Drives: E90 SG M3
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FS: 19" Hyperblack Alufelgen SF-71 mounted on Falken 452 tires

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Thinking of changing things and my wheels are up for sale, details below:

Front Offset: 19x8.5 ET + 15mm on Falken 452 tires @ 245
Rear Offset: 19x9.5 ET + 20mm on Falken 452 tires @ 275

Wheels and tires are about 2 months old, mint condition like new and tires have full tread left I would say all around over 95%

Make me a reasonable offer for the combo.

IM me or call 647-296-4481 - looking for a quick sale in the GTA

Link of wheels (not actual, will post some soon):

Product Features:

The SF-71 carries an aggressive concave face, sharp edges and an unique spoke profile. The SF-71 borrows cures from its brothers the VS7 and VS8. The front wheel has a very straight concave spoke profile while the rear wheel has a very deep and curved spoke profile. The face of the wheels was designed with the maximum possible spoke concavity while still allowing clearance for BBK. Based on the wheel size (8.5F and 9.5R), back spacing, offset and brake clearance, this is the maximum concavity a certifiable cast wheel can have.

The concavity is deep and clearly pronounced and requires an elevated center bore due to the deep profile. The spokes are extended to the edge of the wheel to provide a cleaner and distinguishable look and are accentuated with a small outer lip and an attractive machining between the spokes.

The SF-71 is manufactured using Low-Pressure Casting. According to the CAD the front wheel weights just 10kg (22lbs) and the rear wheel weights only 11.3kg (24.8lbs). We used extensive FEA testing to help reduce the wheel weight while still keeping a maximum load rating of 1550lbs. The wheels are also JWL and VIA certified and are built in a facility that is ISO:9002 and TUV certified.


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