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Mudguts
04-05-2004, 04:02 AM
Hello

Sold the M3 and these wont fit my new car...

Rims:
- 18x8 & 18x9 OZ's
- Very nice wheels in great condition

Tires:
- Toyo Proxes T1S 225/40 & 245/35
- Rears are like new and fronts have tons of life left

Pics available upon request.

$1,700

Thanks,
Matt

DSrugis
04-05-2004, 04:22 AM
Is that 1700 canadian?

Dave

BiBimBap
04-05-2004, 04:24 AM
Still got those OZs eh?

I've seen these wheels in person. They are AWESOME lightwheel wheels.

Oh yeah - done business with Matt too - awesome guy to deal with..

Mudguts
04-05-2004, 04:36 AM
This is a good deal - half the cost of new.

MG

ROBM3
04-05-2004, 04:57 AM
Bump for a former E30 M3 owner ! LoL

mpower1226
04-05-2004, 08:42 AM
will these fit on normal e36 though?

Soldo
04-05-2004, 01:05 PM
These SHOULD fit on the rear of an E36, but the fenders MIGHT have to be rolled!

OTTO
04-05-2004, 11:12 PM
will these fit an e30 m3 without spacers/hub centric rings?

mpower1226
04-05-2004, 11:37 PM
Originally posted by SOLDOMATIC 325i
These SHOULD fit on the rear of an E36, but the fenders MIGHT have to be rolled!

Can anybody confirm on this?

will this fit on regular e36? or does it need to be rolled

Mudguts
04-06-2004, 01:27 AM
Otto,

I ran these on my e30 M3 with H&R 12mm spacers and extended wheel bolts. They looked and worked awesome! I am selling the H&R spacers and bolts for $200.00 (half of my cost new...)

Here's a pic...

MG

Mudguts
04-06-2004, 01:36 AM
Hello Mpower,

The tirerack.com shows 245/35/18's as a rear upgrade for a 318i. They should fit & you are welcome to give em a try on my driveway if you are serious - i.e., cash in hand ;)

Let me know,
MG

OTTO
04-06-2004, 03:31 AM
Hi Matt,

did you need to get your fenders rolled? John, from Raven told me it would be a pretty tight fit with 9's in the rear

and what suspension were you running...my current setup is HR/bilstein and my 17's are pretty close to rubbing....

i don't want to repaint those damn fenders every other pothole

check your PM for contact info.
well talk.
cheers,
Otto

Mudguts
04-06-2004, 06:25 PM
Otto reply:

I rolled the rear fenders and left the fronts stock resulting in zero rubbing under all driving conditions. The over all dimensions of the 225/40/18 is the same as or smaller then a stock 225 on a 15" rim... The rears are larger requiring the rolling. I got Peter at Excellence Auto to roll'em up.

My e30 was running a full Hartge Suspension including lower springs, tuned-bilstiens and larger sway-bars. I didn't have to repaint anything as a result of tire rubbing..

Let me know.

Thanks,
MG

Mudguts
04-08-2004, 04:33 AM
here is what they look like on an e36 M3

98323IS
04-08-2004, 05:03 AM
Damn I JUST bought new rims, if I you had posted literally days earlier I would be all over them!! Bump for some killer rims at a great price.

BiBimBap
04-08-2004, 06:21 AM
Bump for the OZs..

98323is... what rims you got now?

TourAce
04-08-2004, 08:05 AM
Originally posted by Mudguts
Hello

Sold the M3 and these wont fit my new car...

Rims:
- 18x8 & 18x9 OZ's
- Very nice wheels in great condition

Tires:
- Toyo Proxes T1S 225/40 & 245/35
- Rears are like new and fronts have tons of life left

Pics available upon request.

$1,700

Thanks,
Matt

Aye! Are these still on sale? How much just for the rims? It might be ok for E36 if I use 225 front and rear. What do you think?

Thanks
Aldrin

Mudguts
04-09-2004, 01:53 AM
Aldrin,

they are still for sale and should fit any e36 according to www.tirerack.com. You can run a 225/40/18 on the 18x9 rears, but why both if they fit.

That said, I have had offers on the tires only. PM me on what you would pay for rims only.

Thanks,

MG

p.s. here are pics of OZ'z on an e46 M3 (I think these are 18x10's - Man, Verrrry Hoooottttttttt!!!!!!!!!!!!)

98323IS
04-09-2004, 05:41 AM
SHHH it's a secret.......they will be on next week along with a lot of other stuff that got done to my car..........I'll post pics!!

Mudguts
04-09-2004, 02:50 PM
here's another 3-series with the Silver OZ's.

Soldo
04-09-2004, 04:09 PM
245's CAN fit on a stock height bmw without rubbing, but if you lower it, the 245's will mostlikely need to be rolled, depends on the offset of the rim, SICKFINGA has 245's on his rear, and his car is dropped and he gets no rubbing, and its a 4dr also, it all depends really!

Mudguts
04-09-2004, 09:51 PM
TourAce (AKA Aldrin) is buying the wheels next Friday...

Thanks to all that enquired!

MG

TourAce
04-10-2004, 02:35 AM
:) Yep! Thanks, so don't take anymore offer alright man!:D I can't wait to put it on my car. I hope it will fit well.

TourAce
04-18-2004, 02:16 AM
Mudguts! The wheel look awsome:cool: Like I said I went to get new suspension today at the same time and let them install and balance the wheel. It fits perfectly, I didn't even have to lower the car but it looks lowered already*love* I wish I have a digi to show you, I will though in a near future after I get my clear lights and HID light all together.

Good doing business with you man...GREAT GUY

Mudguts
04-18-2004, 05:17 AM
No problem & glad that it worked out.

I'll have my camera with me at the BMW AutoX tomorrow if you decide to participate or stop by...

MG