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      02-12-2014, 02:02 PM   #1
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Question Demand for a set of four rear 219s or 260s?

I'm thinking of trying to get four FRONT 219s or 260s (18x8.5) for winter duty, meaning I would have four REARs (18x9.5) that I would want to sell.

Is this something that could be easily sold for the guys running square setups for the track or street? If so, what's a set of four rears worth? I don't want to end up sitting on them for a year because there's no demand for the set, and selling them individually would be a hassle.
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I have 4 rear 219Ms. I think the value is about the same as the OE sizes.
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I have 4 rear 219Ms. I think the value is about the same as the OE sizes.

Right, my question is more around whether or not there's even any demand for that. Is it a common fitment people run?
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Not high demand but I think 4 rears is an awesome setup!

I think if you put it up for sale people will bite. Might be more popular among E46 guys.
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Right, my question is more around whether or not there's even any demand for that. Is it a common fitment people run?
There's absolutely a demand for it. Not easy to find and they look awesome. It seems like the grey 219's go pretty quick around here if priced right. I think the 219's might be a safer bet than 260 though.
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If you purchase a set of grey 219's with tires, I'll swap you 2 rears for 2 of my fronts
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If you get 4 rear 219Ms, I'll pick them up off you.
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^ See what I mean OP
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Nice wheels. They do look awesome on the e46 but the rear wheels wont fit up front...the front 219's are already very aggressive on an e46.
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Nice wheels. They do look awesome on the e46 but the rear wheels wont fit up front...the front 219's are already very aggressive on an e46.
They will. Takes some negative camber and fender rolling. I've run an 18x10 et25 in the front of an e46.
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I would love another pair of gunmetal 219's. I think there's plenty of demand for these especially the rears
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