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      10-16-2009, 06:08 PM   #1
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18" Beyern Mesh winter rims with TMPS

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I bought a SUV to tow my track car around and will not be driving my M3 in the winter. I sold the tires from my winter setup to a friend. I have the rims to sell. The specs are below. They come with TPMS (currently mounted on the rims).

Beyern Mesh Silver:
18x8.5; ET30; 24lbs
18x9.5; ET30; 26lbs

The offsets work the way they are, but you could use 10mm spacers in the back to bring them closer to stock spec.

Pics of wheels on the car are here:

http://www.m3post.com/forums/showthread.php?t=182723

3 of the 4 of the wheels have curb rash thanks to the snow covered granite curbs (on the edge of the barrel--spokes are fine). Doesn't affect performance; wheels are straight as far as I can tell--no vibrations, etc.

Anyway, I don't really have the time to pack and ship this stuff, so local sale.

Keeping in mind the rims now cost $257 new each, and TPMS costs ~$180, ($1200 total new) I'm asking for $500 after discounting for the curb rash and used condition, etc.

http://www.1010tires.com/wheel.asp?w...heelmodel=Mesh

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      10-18-2009, 08:44 PM   #2
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OK, haven't seen any local interest for these inexpensive winter rims, so I'll consider shipping at your expense, which means I need to post some pictures soon. I want these wheels gone from my storage space...
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      10-22-2009, 08:06 PM   #3
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Here are the pics. I took a close-up of the area that is affected by curb rash the most. I am sure you can get it treated if you really care. $500 with TMPS is a pretty good deal. TPMS alone will run you $180.

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      10-23-2009, 06:48 AM   #4
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Man, they really are chewed up. I am interested but at $250 cheaper than new A7s from TR they become less appealing since the OCD in me would need to get them fixed up!

GL with the sale and I am glad I am not parking in Boston I guess.

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      10-23-2009, 07:10 AM   #5
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Yeah. The rough stuff happened when I got out of the way of a snow plow and had no idea where the curb was since it was all covered up with snow and brushed against it. I realize there are many inexpensive winter wheel options out there this year. Last year was a different story. I don't see how you can get a brand new set of good quality 18" wheels for this car with TPMS for $750 though. The A7s are cheap, but I doubt that they'd be as strong--especially on winter roads with lots of holes. At $500 for this setup, I'm asking for $100 per rim, which is reasonable I think. I could maybe take off another $50 from the total to be done with them. Anyway, good luck with the snow!
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I still have these. Someone stop by and take these out of my basement this winter for $450 including TPMS to save your OEM wheels from the NE conditions...
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These are still for sale, but now WITHOUT TPMS. New price just for the rims is $350.
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Man I would like to have them but it would just be embarrassing to drive around with those on a $70,000 car...
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That depends on what you are doing with your car. My car was my DD, and I drove it in these kind of conditions for 2-3 months a year, so I didn't care about the looks of my winter setup.

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      12-05-2010, 07:31 PM   #11
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Nice pic Lucid. Seeing your car in that kind of weather gives me a bit more confidence in my winter tires.

Wish I saw this thread earlier...I think I would've taken them off your hands but I already have my winter tires mounted on my stock 18"s.

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      12-05-2010, 07:55 PM   #12
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Too bad you didn't see the thread earlier. The car did better than I expected on snow. The degree of incline in the pic is not exaggerated btw. Meaning the car could climb snow covered hills with snow tires as long the car in front did not get stuck.
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