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      01-14-2010, 08:27 PM   #1
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FS: Authentic BBS LM for E46 M3 (bay area, CA)

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I'm new to this forum , but I've been a long time member on m3forum.net (since 2004 , same username).

I'm selling a set of Authentic BBS LM for E46 M3, it has toyo T1R (245/35 19 front, 275/30 19 rear).

It also comes with the original BBS center caps. 19x8.5 front 32et, 19x10 rear 25et

You can see the same posting on m3forum here

Front has more than 50% left
Rears ~35-40%

Rims are straight, no rashes, some watermarks in the center. The wheels are off my car now.

Price: $3000 new price 01/21/10

This fits E46 M3 w/o a problem, even clears BBK. PM me!






New Pics 01/24/10. Here are the closeup pics of the waterspots. There are no rusts, no peeling, just waterspots. From a "normal" distance you can't tell. And ALL 4 rims have no rashes , no bents.











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would these offsets fit the e90 m3?
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      01-14-2010, 10:06 PM   #3
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would these offsets fit the e90 m3?
can't seem to find the answer to this question. I went to tirerack and it says it uses the same offset as E46 but I'm not sure.

anyone ?
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i have these offsets

the front run a 10mm spacer and the back you shouldnt need one

good luck on the sale
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      01-15-2010, 11:09 PM   #5
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BBS LM / 25 and 32 offset /

Sir, I have been looking for a set of these LM rims as well. If I purchased a set with the 25 and 32 offset, would I " have" to have spacers put on them ? I want to keep my 08 M3 all stock looking w/o any add ons . Would appreciate your help. Thanks

Les/Ohio

MY e90 M3 has 29et front and 23 et rear I believe.
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      01-19-2010, 02:27 PM   #6
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price drop!
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GL on your sale, but don't sell yourself too short carbonBlack.

Dropping your price will only get the all the lowballing, window shopper's wet in their panties, but will they really show you the money?

If you can hold out a few months, spring will be the best time to sell.
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GL on your sale, but don't sell yourself too short carbonBlack.

Dropping your price will only get the all the lowballing, window shopper's wet in their panties, but will they really show you the money?

If you can hold out a few months, spring will be the best time to sell.
redEYEjedi, ain't that the truth . good point.
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