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Old 06-05-2009, 02:12 AM   #16
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well you should have joined FBI.. and not make an issue on a bimmer forum...

if you dunt have the money and balls to buy stuff. dont waste others time...

It was sucha steel.. that I am still getting calls for them.. Mr. FBI !
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Old 06-25-2009, 08:28 PM   #17
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Sold !
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Old 06-26-2009, 10:13 AM   #18
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money? I'm not even going to start with that. I know how it feels to make 100k a year and only clear 60 of it thanks to mr government. it's a moral issue and warning flags raising in my mind about buying potentially stolen property.
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Old 06-26-2009, 11:31 AM   #19
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Will fit all BMW's
As soon as I read this, I skip the rest of the post. Obviously inaccurate, so what else is inaccurate?

Mentioning "steal" in every post doesn't help either.
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Old 06-29-2009, 01:32 AM   #20
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so tell me which BMW it doesn fit? except for 4 bolt old 3 series..?
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Old 06-29-2009, 02:40 AM   #21
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so tell me which BMW it doesn fit? except for 4 bolt old 3 series..?
it won't fit a e46 m3 i beleive, the offsets r completely different. ..not all bmw. bolt pattern may bolt on but offsets r wrong.
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Old 06-29-2009, 02:49 AM   #22
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Front Fitment

18x8.5

18x8.5
Original Price:
Now 0% Off: $0 (each)
$520 $520 (each) Price:
$0 (each)
See price in cart Offset: 35mm

Backspacing: 6.22"
Bolt Pattern: 5-120
Rec. Tire Size:225/45-18
Weight: 25.5lbs.

Est. Availability: In Stock
Rear Fitment

18x10

18x10
Original Price:
Now 0% Off: $0 (each)
$550 $550 (each)
Price:
$0 (each)
See price in cart
Offset: +40mm

Backspacing: 7.16"
Bolt Pattern: 5-120
Rec. Tire Size:255/40-18
Weight: 26.5lbs.

Here: http://www.tirerack.com/wheels/resul...2&autoModClar=

I believe tire rack wouldn sell something that would not fit a specific car.. Please get ur facts right before you discourage other buyers..

you can still confirm the same at tirerack.com ... 2002 BMW M3 - BBS CH

Take care..
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Old 06-29-2009, 02:51 AM   #23
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and also for ur information.. it was a "steal" and the rims got sold with in 60mins of posting them..
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Old 06-29-2009, 12:43 PM   #24
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so tell me which BMW it doesn fit? except for 4 bolt old 3 series..?
Off the top of my head: E39 hub size is larger, so any rim that fits any other 5x120 bimmer won't fit an E39 5er, period. Then newer and older 5 series, and 7 series have low offset requirements, ie ET20 front and rear. The e36 / e46 have high offset requirement (ET40), and the new e90 needs something in between. Any M series 3er requires low offset wide rears with high offset narrow front.

Tirerack carry all sorts of sizes and often carry many ET and widths in any given rim. Just because something is listed there doesn't mean your single set of wheels will fit.

So, yeah. HARDLY one size fits all. Don't come in hear and start arguing with bimmer nerds; we know our shit.

I'm certainly not going to complain about cheap wheels here, just sellers that think they know it all.
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Old 06-29-2009, 01:18 PM   #25
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Off the top of my head: E39 hub size is larger, so any rim that fits any other 5x120 bimmer won't fit an E39 5er, period. Then newer and older 5 series, and 7 series have low offset requirements, ie ET20 front and rear. The e36 / e46 have high offset requirement (ET40), and the new e90 needs something in between. Any M series 3er requires low offset wide rears with high offset narrow front.

Tirerack carry all sorts of sizes and often carry many ET and widths in any given rim. Just because something is listed there doesn't mean your single set of wheels will fit.

So, yeah. HARDLY one size fits all. Don't come in hear and start arguing with bimmer nerds; we know our shit.

I'm certainly not going to complain about cheap wheels here, just sellers that think they know it all.
exactly what im thinking, e46 m3s uses a low offset in the rear, something around et20. ...thx for proving my point.


so to the op: you lost
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