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Old 01-17-2013, 12:29 PM   #1
ClayMan
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Feeler: Rare OEM genuine BMW Style 128 19x9.5" SQUARE CONCAVE with 265/30-19 tires!

Beware of replicas!

Originally an E60 upgrade wheel, you'll be hard-pressed to find another set of 4 with this fitment - 19x9.5", ET32, 5x120 with hub bore of 72.6mm, it's the 19" size with the most concavity! The 8", 8.5", and 9" versions look flat in comparison - if you can even find them. They were used on a E93, and will fit any E9x non-M with some front camber. With some careful planning, they'll fit many other cars (search around for pictures on E39, E65, etc.). If you need a set of E9x camber plates, I also have a pair of Ground Control Street camber plates I can sell separately. In terms of condition, the 2 right wheels have a bit of curb rash (this was a family car) but all are straight and true.

Tires are General Exclaim UHP 265/30-19 all-around. They've been used for about ~10-15K (installed in 2010 when the car had 17K, the car now has 38K and winters are swapped every season). They were always rotated so the wear is pretty even on all 4, average of about 6-7/32" remaining, give or take. No leaks or punctures. However, there is some toe wear on them due to soft bushings on the E9x and the alignment used. If you swap the tires inside-out, they'll last a very long time.

Tires and wheels are off the car and ready to go for $1750 OBO, but I'm not desperate to sell so please no ridiculous offers.

Shown here with -2.5 front camber (you can get away with less) and -1.6 rear camber. It's a perfect, streetable fit:

Last edited by ClayMan; 01-17-2013 at 03:07 PM.
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