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

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Old 12-16-2012, 10:57 PM   #1
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FS: BBS RS - 18x9 & 18x11 - 5x120

You know the car and you know the wheels. No discussions on price please. It took me months of searching for a set of BBS RS302s for the centers, a considerable amount of time calculating the fitment and then another few months waiting for the parts to put them together. You could not duplicate this set even if you had the money. Finding 5x120 BBS RS302 centers with a low-profile is virtually impossible.

Original 17" 5x120 RSs are rare, BBS RS302 centers are even rarer, and mating them to 18" halves makes them well, you know.

What makes these even more special, is that the majority of up-converted 18" sets you see on the internet use easy to find 16" centers which give the wheels a very 'bulbous' look with the vertical height of the lips. With these, 17" centers were used, just like BBS did in their original 18" RS285/286 combinations. All original chrome, BBS-stamped hardware.

See build discussion:

http://forums.bimmerforums.com/forum....php?t=1680777

Front:

18x9
ET +27
5x120 & hubcentric
2" lip

Rear:

18x11
ET +13
5x120 & hubcentric
3.5" lip

Wheels are painted in BMW A08 Silver/Gray off the e46 M3 CSL. Have just the most perfect amount of contrast to the lips. Additionally- one of the waffle covers fell off during driving and had to be replaced. Unfortunately the paint match was not 100% in the replacement.

Fitment [MZ3-specific ONLY]: This will only fit on stock brakes. Additionally, only GC & TCK coilovers will allow the fronts to fit. This is because KW/H&R/whoever else use helper springs that impede on the room up front. Rule of thumb (literally) is that if you can fit at least a finger in between your stock roadstars and your front coilover spring, this setup will fit. If you had to use spacers to clear your roadstars, then you are out of luck.

Additionally- I recommend having swapped hats or camber plates. With these, you can EASILY run a 245/35 with no rubbing or poke AT ALL. In the rear, fitment with 295/30s is just perfect. Mount them and you're good to go.



Price is $4300 shipped and insured.
Add $150 to ship them to Canada.
Add $300 to ship them overseas. It's that simple.
Add $150 if you want flat caps as well.

non negotiable.

e-mail me at aprses AT gmail DOT com.

































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Old 12-17-2012, 12:13 AM   #2
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Old 12-17-2012, 08:06 PM   #3
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Holy crap!
Yeah I remember the car and especially the wheels from pics all over.

These should fit an E46 M3?
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Old 12-17-2012, 10:40 PM   #4
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i love you car.... so so much. i want those wheels for my nonexistent mcoupe!
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Old 12-18-2012, 12:38 AM   #5
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You could not duplicate this set even if you had the money.
Great selling point, great set of wheels
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Old 12-18-2012, 12:46 AM   #6
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Great selling point, great set of wheels
This man can make those easily. I am just saying

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Old 12-28-2012, 05:41 PM   #7
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This man can make those easily. I am just saying


They've been sold.

Thanks everyone.
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