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Old 12-04-2013, 11:14 AM   #1
TwoDuckDad
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Location: Portland, OR
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My Ride: 2001 330xi jet black
wheels & snow tires for sale

It's your lucky day...snow is coming...





$600

BMW style 156 (16", 5x120 bolt pattern, 34mm offset) wheels with almost new Toyo Observe Garit KX tires. Wheels have no curb rash. A new set of these tires cost $750 at Les Schwab. They are in the same quality as Bridgestone Blizzak and Michelin X-Ice tires. They were just balanced at Les Schwab last week - not just a regular balance - they were Road Force Balanced. In case you are not familiar with this process, they move each tire on the wheel to the best position to negate the imperfections of both the wheel and the tire giving you the best possible balance. They charge extra for this service. The few weights required to balance are on the inside so your wheels look nice from the outside. The tires are 205/55R16 and are "H" rated which means for speeds up to 130 mph.

They should fit the following cars (E46 without sport package which has larger brake calipers). May fit other models as well. CHECK YOUR WHEEL SIZE, BOLT PATTERN & OFFSET.

1992-1999 3 series (E36 chassis)
318i
318iS
318Ti
323i
323iS
323iC
325i
325iS
325iC
328i
328iS
328iC
M3

1999-2005 3 series (E46 chassis)
323i
323i wagon
323Ci
325i
325i wagon
325Ci
325Xi
325Xi wagon
328i
328Ci
330i
330Ci
330Xi

2006-2007 3 series (E90 / E91 / E92 chassis)
325i
325Ci
328i
328i wagon
328Xi
328Xi wagon
330i
330Ci
335i
335Ci

1997-2002 Z3 series (E36-7 / E36-8 chassis)
1.8i
2.5i
2.8i
3.0i

2003-2007 Z4 series (E85 chassis)
2.5i
3.0i
3.0Si
Coupe

2004-2007 5 series (E60 / E61 chassis)
525Xi
530Xi
530Xi wagon

2004-2007 X3 series (E83 chassis)
2.5i
3.0i

2000-2006 X5 series (E53 chassis)
3.0i
4.4i
4.6is
4.8is

2007 X5 series (E70 chassis)
3.0Si
4.8i

This package new would cost over $2,000. Here's your chance to own a set of snow tires mounted on authentic BMW wheels that you can simply swap out with the seasons without paying for dismounting and remounting & balancing each season. This is the only way to go!

$600

Call me at 503-330-6725
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Old 12-13-2013, 09:27 AM   #2
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My Ride: '02 330Ci, '92 335iC
Killer deal. I saw these on CL and was about to jump on them until I realized they were 16"... damn sport package.
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Old 12-18-2013, 02:19 PM   #3
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lowering price by $25 to $600. Imagine not having snow tires and having to fool with chains...if you can get them on your car. No worries with these babies. I did find a set of 17" wheels and put the same Toyo tires on them. Drove to Bend a week ago and Santiam Pass was a breeze. Tested the tires on plowed road with ice and snow left for me. They hold in curves very well and allow much better acceleration and braking compared to my all season tires I have on the original wheels in my garage.
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Old 12-20-2013, 02:33 PM   #4
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My Ride: '02 330Xi 5spd
These will fit on a 330i/Xi?

I'm not in the market, but I thought OEM 16s wouldn't clear OEM calipers (which is why I got ASAs (that I don't love) from Tire Rack when I got my car).

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