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Old 08-16-2004, 02:27 AM   #1
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Question 2 sets of OEMs w/tires Gary?

I have a 2 sets of staggered OEMs for M3. One set are18s and the other set are 19s. The 18's are in great condition and the tires only have a few thousand miles on them. The 19s are also in great condition and the tires are also good. I'm riding on the 19's currently. (I'll can post all the tire specs, photos and details if need be)

I would like to get rid of both sets of OEM wheels/tires and get a new set of tires & wheels. I'm looking at either DPE's, HRE's or BBS's, etc.

Any suggestions/ideas on "getting there from here". Sure, I can sell them myself but is there an easier way to go about this? Is it possible to trade-in both sets when I buy my new set? Do tire/wheel sellers take trade-ins? A one-stop-shopping experience.

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Old 08-16-2004, 07:28 AM   #2
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Unfortunately I know of no shops that would offer a buy-back on your old wheels. However, M3 wheels do tend to sell pretty quickly on the forum classifieds, especially the 19" ones. I would imagine you would not have a hard time getting a fair price for them.
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Old 08-19-2004, 10:25 AM   #3
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Dude I would like to buy those 19's let me know how much and your location. Let me know I am going to buy soon. The Bucsman
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