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      07-30-2010, 12:19 AM   #23
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I really like those wheels but it seems like it may be hard to sell a set of wheels that are one offs with poor support form the company. If you damage one you are screwed.
They probably use the same barrels as the rest of their wheels. Faces aren't that easy to damage to the point where you'll need a new one, and barrels (if bent) could be fixed at wheel shops.

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      07-31-2010, 09:17 PM   #25
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i cant believe these havent sold yet
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      08-04-2010, 09:16 AM   #26
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sold the tires, bump
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updated pics of the refinished wheels in 1st post
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      09-03-2010, 12:12 AM   #29
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these wheels are waaaay too sick to be laying on my kitchen floor
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Should have sold them to me when you had the chance lol.
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So what suspension setup were you running on the car when the pictures were taken? Any fender work required?

Thank you.
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      09-04-2010, 01:20 PM   #32
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Would they fit on a 335i? Installment plans available?
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      09-04-2010, 08:20 PM   #33
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Should have sold them to me when you had the chance lol.
I'll have whoever buys them send you pics.

Your offer was too low my friend, I jumped on it and agreed but then changed my mind, I'm only human. No harm was done, no deposit taken, etc, let it go.
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      09-04-2010, 08:21 PM   #34
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So what suspension setup were you running on the car when the pictures were taken? Any fender work required?

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RD Sport springs, no fender work, no rubbing.

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Would they fit on a 335i? Installment plans available?
PM'd you back sir, we test fitted them on E90 335.. the rear pokes out like crazy.. have not tried on E92 335.

Side note: E60 M5 fitment is really nice, got pictures of that if anyone wants to see.
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      09-04-2010, 10:12 PM   #35
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RD Sport springs, no fender work, no rubbing.



PM'd you back sir, we test fitted them on E90 335.. the rear pokes out like crazy.. have not tried on E92 335.

Side note: E60 M5 fitment is really nice, got pictures of that if anyone wants to see.
gorgeous wheels! Are the e60 m5 e63 m6 offsets similar to m3?
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      09-05-2010, 12:30 PM   #36
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gorgeous wheels! Are the e60 m5 e63 m6 offsets similar to m3?
I know the E60 M5's and E90/92/93 M3's can easily run the same wheels since the offset specs are similar and hub bore is the same.
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I'll have whoever buys them send you pics.

Your offer was too low my friend, I jumped on it and agreed but then changed my mind, I'm only human. No harm was done, no deposit taken, etc, let it go.
Thanks, I will wait for the pics A better question would be for how long
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Thanks, I will wait for the pics A better question would be for how long
Maybe a week, maybe a year, maybe 2.. we'll see. No rush.

If you still want them, talk to me.. $2800
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RD Sport springs, no fender work, no rubbing.



PM'd you back sir, we test fitted them on E90 335.. the rear pokes out like crazy.. have not tried on E92 335.

Side note: E60 M5 fitment is really nice, got pictures of that if anyone wants to see.
Why did they rub on the original owners E92 M3 then?
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Why did they rub on the original owners E92 M3 then?
Sammy ran 285/25/20 tires and was on KW Coils. I replaced them with 275/30/20 (less wide, slightly stretched sidewall) and RD springs (not as low as Sam)
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