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Wheels and Tires
Wheels and tires for your BMW. Stock and aftermarket wheels, tires, spacers, lug bolts, center caps, etc....

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Old 06-20-2012, 12:27 PM   #1
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FS: Porsche Turbo Twist 18x10 & 18x11 With Adapters

Well, I'm getting alittle bored of my Twists. Ive had them on the car for a little under a year now and I recently changed to Meisters. A little info for y'all. The 2 front wheels are Hartmann Italian Made Replica's, Porsche never made an 18x10 TurboTwist II. These are some of the best replica wheels out there. The rears are oem Porsche. Made by BBS. These wheels are a 5x130 bolt pattern, but I have 3 pairs of 5x120 --> 5x130 Adaptors for them. 35mm, 40mm, and 50mm. So they will basically fit on any BMW you chose. Camber and Fender Cuts/Rolls are necessary for Non-M. But they Should fit perfectly on M's with the 50mm and 35mm adapters.

Overall, the wheels are a 7/10. There is some superficial paint damage and curbage, so they could use a respray. but from more than 5ft away its all unnoticeable.

So heres all the info on the Wheels and Adaptors

- 5x120->5x130, 72.56->71.6 CB, hub- and wheel-centric
- 35mm, 40mm, 50mm

Fronts - 18x10 et65 (et15 with 50mm adapter, et25 with 40mm adapter)
Rears - 18x11 et45 (et5 with 40mm adapter, et10 with 35mm adapter)

With the Adaptors you can run anywhere from a 40 offset in the front and down to a 20, or 20 down to a 5 on the rears. So these can be run very aggressively.

$1600 for EVERYTHING. Wheels + 3 Pairs of Adaptors. Yes, thats expensive, but the adapters are not cheap. around 150-200 a pair.

Locals get first priority, if you want me to ship them, add $200, thats what it cost to get them to my house in NJ from Mass. So obviously, Cali folks will have to pay a little more probably.

** If these do not sell by the end of the summer. They'll be getting a fresh re-spray over the winter when i get my trunk and diffuser painted, but expect to the the price rise slightly there after**


Now time for the pics.









What the Adaptors Look Like


Idividual Pics of the Wheels (I'll find more, once i remember the password for my old flickr)


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Old 06-20-2012, 09:53 PM   #2
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I've seen these in person... Great looking wheels.
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Old 06-21-2012, 09:27 AM   #3
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looks good, can you replace the Porsche caps with bmw ones?
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Old 06-21-2012, 12:13 PM   #4
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looks good, can you replace the Porsche caps with bmw ones?
Unfortunately no, the Porsche center cap is larger than our OEM roundel center caps.
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Old 06-24-2012, 05:15 PM   #5
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Old 06-24-2012, 05:21 PM   #6
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GLWS man!! Welcome to the meister club!!! I am sure that you are lovin the wheels that you bought from noel!
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GLWS man!! Welcome to the meister club!!! I am sure that you are lovin the wheels that you bought from noel!
I cant go out in my car without someone stopping me on the street to ask questions.
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Old 06-28-2012, 01:51 PM   #8
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Old 07-14-2012, 01:21 PM   #10
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Old 07-14-2012, 01:25 PM   #11
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I offer you nothing but I will pay for shipping.

That's my final offer.
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That's my final offer.

i just checked and its 1000 for shipping. but you i will do $999
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What part of NJ are you in? I'm in cherry hill. I'm interested. I have a 06 e90.

How are the tires?
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What part of NJ are you in? I'm in cherry hill. I'm interested. I have a 06 e90.

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The Tires have camber wear on them. But you could probably get another 3-6 months from them depend how you drive and if you run any camber.
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Price Drop - $1100 Wheels + Tires Only -- $1300 with 3 pairs of adapters.
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Old 09-25-2012, 07:58 PM   #17
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i wounder if i could pull these off on my wagon.
nice wheels man
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i wounder if i could pull these off on my wagon.
nice wheels man
thanks,

and with skinnier tires and camber, i dont see why not.
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