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I am selling a Set Of Four [4] 18x8" Front & 18x9" Rear 5 Spoke BMW Factory OEM BBS 5 Series Sport Package Wheel Set for $975. They Are Mounted And Balanced With Front 245/40/18 (95% Tread) And Rear 275/35/18 (95%) Bridgestone Potenza Run Flats. The Wheels came off my 2009 535i CPO. This Is A Nice Set Of Upgrade Wheels. They Look Great. 4 Center Caps Are Included. The tires have less than 1k miles. I just purchased from dealer in June.

Wheel Information:
-Brand: BMW (factory wheels)
-Condition: Pre-owned (only 32k on wheels)
-Finish: Silver
-Size Front: 18x8
-Offset Front: 20
-Size Rear: 18x9
-Offset Rear: 32

Tire Information;
-Brand Front: Bridgestone Potenza Run Flats
-Size Front: 245/40/18
-Front Tread: 95%
-Brand Rear: Bridgestone Potenza Run Flats
-Size Rear: 275/35/18
-Rear Tread: 95%
 

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I just upgraded wife's wagon from 17s to 18s. It helped with ride quality and looks 10 times better. But now I need to do the suspension, can't stand the Xdrive hobby horsing motion.
 

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I just upgraded wife's wagon from 17s to 18s. It helped with ride quality and looks 10 times better. But now I need to do the suspension, can't stand the Xdrive hobby horsing motion.
How did the change to 18's help ride quality? When pothole season breaks out here in CT, I wish for 14's :)

My new michelin non-run flats helped ride quality a bit, but its still no Buick.
 
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