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Old 04-21-2012, 11:42 PM   #1
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Lightbulb FS: Style 224M rims powder coated Matte Black with Michelin PS2s

These wheels came off my Z4 M, they are in absolute mint condition, no curb rash, scratches.
Genuine BMW OEM rims M doube spoke Style 224M, NOT replicas, straight and true, free of cracks.
They were professionally powder coated in Matte Black.

They will fit any 06-08 Z4M or any 01-06 E46 M3, may also fit other models if you are willing to do suspension/fender modifications. (These will NOT fit on a STOCK E46 3 series with these tires) If you buy these to use just the rims they will fit on E9Xs with OEM tire sizes (225/40R18 & 255/35R18)

Wheel Specs:
Fronts: 18", 8" wide offset 42
Rears: 18", 9" wide offset 30

Tire Specs:
Fronts: 245/40ZR18 with 7/32nds tread left (Michelin Pilot Sport PS2)
Rears: 265/40ZR18 with 4/32nds tread left (Michelin Pilot Sport PS2)
Tires are evenly worn, no signs of excessive abnormal/camber wear.

Not willing to separate tires from rims, no trades, CASH only.
Wheels are now off the car and sitting in my garage.

These are priced for a quick sale. My price is absolutely FIRM, not 1 cent lower than $1000 CASH.



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Old 04-24-2012, 10:44 PM   #2
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Old 04-30-2012, 11:03 PM   #3
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Old 05-01-2012, 10:49 AM   #4
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although possibly a bit off topic I was wondering how you were able to keep those rims so clean and free of rock chips?

I also have pwdercoated oem black rims on my 1 series and I'm finding the odd rock chips......I had them professionally done just a few months back
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although possibly a bit off topic I was wondering how you were able to keep those rims so clean and free of rock chips?

I also have pwdercoated oem black rims on my 1 series and I'm finding the odd rock chips......I had them professionally done just a few months back
It depends on the process used to do the powdercoating. I believe these were sand blasted first then powder coated and finally cooked to strengthen the paint.
I haven't noticed any rock chips on them and I've had them for almost a year.

Did you have yours on the car during the winter ?
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No, I don't drive my car over the winter. I wonder if there is something that can be done after the fact to protect the finish??
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In my case I didn't do anything special, but there are waxes out there designed specifically for wheels which might help to protect the finish a bit. These usually give it a bit more shine, so it could work if your wheels are glossy black, but if they are matte it might look weird.
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Pics of the rear wheel off the car, shows the finish much better under direct sunlight.


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