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:::suti::: 10-03-2012 10:56 AM

[melb] fs: 19' ssw wheels
 
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Selling: 19' SSW Stamford Wheels (staggered 8.5 x 9.5 +35) Machined Finish with Black inserts
Condition: Used for about 2 years bought from new. Light scratches on all wheels
Tyres: NO front tyres and rears come with Lexani radial N3000 (265/30/19 93y) with approximately 70-80% tread
Centre caps: BMW Carbon Fibre caps (Black and Silver)
Price: $800 negotiable

These wheels are USED and have light scratches on the surface/ coating of each of the wheels (they are perfectly fine in the sense that they are not bent/ buckled and they are in good condition). The scratches are only noticeable when looking up close so it is recommended that the buyer recoats or paints them. The pictures are exactly what they look like and in no way am I trying to hide any of the imperfections. More pictures can be emailed for genuine buyers.

N4NOOK 10-04-2012 05:31 AM

Tempted...hmmmm.

zha50 10-09-2012 07:58 PM

Tempted too ... How is fitment on a coupe, with Mtech2 ?

DesiredM 10-10-2012 02:36 AM

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Originally Posted by zha50 (Post 14801045)
Tempted too ... How is fitment on a coupe, with Mtech2 ?

Will fit the same, the m-tech 2 body kit makes no difference to how the wheels fit compared to other e46 non m's.

zha50 10-10-2012 03:05 AM

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Originally Posted by DesiredM (Post 14801841)
Will fit the same, the m-tech 2 body kit makes no difference to how the wheels fit compared to other e46 non m's.

I see. Thanks :thumbup: So Coupe and Sedan same fitment? More so interesed in knowing if that particular offset and width will clear the guards without any modifications(roll or pulling)

DeclanM3 10-10-2012 03:22 AM

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Originally Posted by zha50 (Post 14801861)
I see. Thanks :thumbup: So Coupe and Sedan same fitment? More so interesed in knowing if that particular offset and width will clear the guards without any modifications(roll or pulling)

No way you'll be able to get a 9.5 ET35 with 265 rears onto an e46 coupe without guard modifications.

I had ET45 with 265's on my old 325. It required guard rolling as I rubbed lightly. ideal tyre width without modifications is 255/30/19 on a 9.5 ET45 so You'd need to stretch 235s onto a ET35 9.5".

Fronts won't be an issue. 235s would be the best for them.

DesiredM 10-10-2012 07:16 AM

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Originally Posted by zha50 (Post 14801861)
I see. Thanks :thumbup: So Coupe and Sedan same fitment? More so interesed in knowing if that particular offset and width will clear the guards without any modifications(roll or pulling)

All non m coupes and sedans have the same fitment as I said.

In this case the rears will require work to fit. Ultimately an et of 45 is perfect for our cars with the tyre size 255 at the rear. That's the widest you can go with a 9.5 wide wheel without doing any work.

:::suti::: 10-10-2012 07:39 AM

Thanks for the input DesiredM and DeclanM3. Beat me to answering the questions!

zha50 10-10-2012 07:47 AM

Thanks for the input as well guys. Thanks for the time suti, however looks like the fit will be too tight with out bodywork, so out on this one.

niiCk 10-10-2012 08:01 AM

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Originally Posted by zha50 (Post 14802047)
Thanks for the input as well guys. Thanks for the time suti, however looks like the fit will be too tight with out bodywork, so out on this one.

Actually, the coupe has more space in the rears. These wheels will fit, just change out the tyres? im sure you can just sell the current tyres and get new ones.

Put 235/35/19s all around. I dont see why 245s on the rear wont fit too..


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