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      07-08-2011, 01:42 PM   #1
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Hey all!

I am thinking about selling my OEM ZCP wheels. I just picked up my 2011 M3 last week June 30th. I am thinking of selling because I want to get some matte black VMR V710s that I found for a good price. LOVE these wheels, and was thinking about powder coating them and keeping them. However, I also want to fit wider tires in the rears, which requires wider wheels.

The wheels have about 750 miles on them. No knicks, dings, scratches, curbs, bends, NOTHING! Never hit any potholes, curbs, etc. and only mainly highway driven (the highways in my area have gotten new asphalt).

Trying to get $1800 + paypal fees (or gift it) for the wheels only to local buyers. If you want them shipped, you must pay for it. I will get a quote for shipping if you'd like. I am not sure if I will be keeping my tires for the new wheels (if I decide to get them), but if I don't, I will only part the two front tires (245/35/19 Pirelli Pzero, the new model which is supposedly a lot better than the older model tires). I will include those tires for $550 extra (they are $329 + shipping from Tirerack: http://www.tirerack.com/tires/tires....tion%20Package).

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FYI, you can easily fit 285's on the rear of ZCPs. 265s are stretched as it is... 275/285 actually fits better!
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FYI, you can easily fit 285's on the rear of ZCPs. 265s are stretched as it is... 275/285 actually fits better!
Yeah but 305's don't fit :P
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FYI, you can easily fit 285's on the rear of ZCPs. 265s are stretched as it is... 275/285 actually fits better!
Actually I have a question, I just bought 15/18mm spacers. I plan to lower the car on Eibach springs soon. Would 285 rub in the rear against the fender wall with the spacers and drop?
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Yeah but 305's don't fit :P
Nope, definitely not!

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Actually I have a question, I just bought 15/18mm spacers. I plan to lower the car on Eibach springs soon. Would 285 rub in the rear against the fender wall with the spacers and drop?
Probably yes...search some threads this has been debated quite a bit. If your plan is to upsize to 285 rears...i believe a 5 or a 10 mm spacer is as far as you can go.

Search tho...the answers are on the forum.
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