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BMW Style 132 Staggered 19x9 and 19x10 alloys and tyres E53 X5 $650

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As pictured here I have a staggered set of 19x9 and 19x10 style 132 wheels off my x5. They are not perfect. Previous owner has curbed one or two of them but these fit good on a number of vehicles with the right offset. They are et48 on the front 19x9 and et45 on the 19x10 rears. One rear tyre is shot and one is borderline. Fronts are about 4 to 5mm tread. Pickup in Glenfield. 02102916373. Pics of them on e90 and e46 for reference. If they don't sell I will fit them to our e46 touring or my e46 coupe. Something different compared to the style 95s. Also can come with a full set of 255/50/19 inch tyres for asking price. 6 mm tread

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Nice!!!  17kg truck wheels on an E46  -- style is everything, function is for sensible people. 

Or more politely - they may fit a variety of cars but they certainly won't enhance the handling even on my X5 the lighter 18's give a more dynamic ride than the staggered 19's (same as above) can't imagine how horrible it would be having these ripping an E46 suspension system apart on our average roads. 

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Should of pointed out that the e46 in the picture is not my car, helps that I own a workshop so I can replace components when the need arises too :D

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Then perhaps you should remove this line from your original post

"If they don't sell I will fit them to our e46 touring or my e46 coupe. Something different compared to the style 95s?"

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If we wants to put them on his e46, thats his choice.

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Agree and perhaps we should offer him a Darwin award for his efforts - simply pointing out it is not the smartest move  ?

We all know (or should do) that less unsprung weight is beneficial to wheel control so why would you nearly double the wheel weight ? and think about the massively increased dynamic loading from a 25 to 30 kg mass swing on suspension components designed for 15 to 20 kg a 50% increase in mass results in a 125% increase in force. 

BMW and others go to considerable effort to make better than average cars that are dynamically safe  and it's not a dig at the O.P it is a dig at the culture of ignorance when it comes to modifying cars.

If there were fewer idiots doing fewer stupid things to cars we would have a more relaxed regulatory framework - sadly the calibre of  NZTA Rules and LVV certification criteria in place  to prevent blatantly dangerous modifications suggest there are some total f**kwits out there. 

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I get all that, but he just wants to sell his wheels.

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Agree, and the best sale is a transparent one -

These are X5 truck wheels that are not really suitable for other models because the have the wrong offset for similarly sized BMWs 7's etc and the wrong mass for similar offset vehicles E36/36/90 

P.S good luck with the sale - I'll get off your thread now

 

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28 minutes ago, 3pedals said:

I'll get off your thread now

Great idea.

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On 2/13/2018 at 6:11 PM, 3pedals said:

Agree, and the best sale is a transparent one -

These are X5 truck wheels that are not really suitable for other models because the have the wrong offset for similarly sized BMWs 7's etc and the wrong mass for similar offset vehicles E36/36/90 

P.S good luck with the sale - I'll get off your thread now

 

Brilliant idea seeing as what I do with my vehicles is my own choice and if it doesn't please anyone else then frankly tough. deal with it. there are plenty more injustices in the world other than someones opinion of what should be done to another person's vehicle. Just trying to sell the wheels but if they don't then hey, on the touring they go. 

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On 2/13/2018 at 11:28 AM, 3pedals said:

Then perhaps you should remove this line from your original post

"If they don't sell I will fit them to our e46 touring or my e46 coupe. Something different compared to the style 95s?"

I think I will keep that in there thanks :D

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Here I was thinking I clicked on a "FOR SALE" post ha!

GL with the sale SJ, They would look good on your e46 tho :P

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4 hours ago, EUROHO said:

Brilliant idea seeing as what I do with my vehicles is my own choice and if it doesn't please anyone else then frankly tough. deal with it. there are plenty more injustices in the world other than someones opinion of what should be done to another person's vehicle. Just trying to sell the wheels but if they don't then hey, on the touring they go. 

 

4 hours ago, EUROHO said:

I think I will keep that in there thanks :D

Okay - okay you have convinced me you definitely get my vote for a Darwin award and your support team should be acknowleged as well- awesome team effort. 

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Bumpskies

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