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Hi,

Up for sale are these wheels - genuine Hartge Classic's 8.5x19 ET15 all round. For the 5 series, Hartge made these wheels with a 'deeper' lip at the front irrespective of the wheel widths - so you get the deep lip look all around. They're in excellent condition but do have minimal blemishes. Overall, I'd say they're in 90% condition. There's NO major kerb rash, a couple of tiny dinks where the previous owner has very lightly clipped the kerb perhaps. There's some usual minor stone chips, and superficial surface scratches and blemishes as you'd expect from everyday used 2nd hand wheels. If you are 'very' fussy, then they could be refurbished, but in their current condition, it's not imperative at all. All the wheels are running straight and true, I never ever go anywhere near kerbs and try to keep away from potholes as best I can!

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Daytime pic - the 'actual' wheels in this picture aren't the ones for sale, they were a previous set which were then refurbished and sold recently. Just wanted to get a daytime picture of how these wheels look and I'll take a couple shots tomorrow and update.



Price, wheels only - £850 (Currently around $1350 USD)
Price, wheels & tyres - £925 (Currently around $1475 USD). The two front tyres are Avon ZZ3 235/35/19 with 4-5mm of Tread. The rears are 265/30/19. One is a Hankook Ventus and the other one is a Pirelli P7000 with 4-5mm of tread.

Shipping (To USA and Canada, please contact for any other countries)

Wheels only - £165 (Currently around $264 USD)
Wheels & Tyres - £295 (Currently around $470 USD)

Cheers, Dennis!
 

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Hey Mate

if i wanted too run this as a square setup on my Touring what tire size would you recommend and would I need spacers?.....I think these will look great on my TIT Slvr Touring....also will the BMW wheel emblem fit the center?...thanks mate
 

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Hi Mron

The tyre sizes I recommend are indeed the ones I've listed above! However, you could run the 235/35/19 size all round if you wished. Other sizes, I suggest you have a look through other posts and threads to confirm which ones will work.

I've never had the inclination to run them with BMW badges in the centres and have left the Hartge centres. Do remember the Hartge centres are made of metal alloy as well. There are some cheapy Hartge badges on ebay which are plastic, so I guess you could put a vinyl sticker over top of those with the BMW logo if you so wished.

If you do have them, then with my proposed 2/3 visits to Las Vegas each year, I guess I could catch you up and take a look at your car, the wheels and yourself !

Cheers, Dennis!
 
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