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Old 12-08-2012, 08:03 AM
norMcal norMcal is offline
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19" CSL Wheels with tires and TPMS

Turned in my lease and have some wheels left over for sale. They are not OEM CSL's, but quality replicas. Sizes are:

Fronts 19x 8.5 Et35, w 235/35-19
Rears 19x 9.5 ET33, w 265/30-19


I had them on a 2011 335d and they fit perfect for that car, but might work on others.

Overall they are in excellent condition. No curb rash! There are a few tiny rock chips (normal wear). I took pictures of the imperfections. None of these are noticeable unless you get up close. The color looks amazing. I got a lot of comments on them. I would describe it as a metallic gunmetal.

The tires are Yokohama Advan Neova AD08. One of the best street tires available. Bought them 5 months ago at tire rack for $1400. I'm not sure how deep the treads are when they were new, but my guess is that they still have around 70% tread left.

Everything is balanced and good to go with TPMS.

Asking $1500. I can ship UPS to anywhere in the US. Please don't ask for an accurate shipping cost, as I haven't boxed them up yet. However, [B]I'm guesstimating the cost for it to be between $150-$200/B], depending on how far you live away from CA. My Zip is 95945 if you want to calculate it yourself.

Thanks,
Norm
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Old 12-11-2012, 10:26 AM
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Would they fit on a 2008 335i sedan? If so, I may be interested
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Old 12-11-2012, 10:57 AM
norMcal norMcal is offline
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I don't see why not. I know that in 09 they did the cosmetic changes (facelift) and some other improvements, but I doubt that they would change something that would alter the wheel offsets. The offsets are listed in the description. Maybe you can double check with tire rack or somebody like that.

Norm
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Old 02-14-2013, 05:51 AM
PJDiesel PJDiesel is offline
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Assuming these are long gone?
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