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Old 3rd May 2012, 15:28   #1
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Winter Mode SALE - Roof/ski rack, OEM winter wheels w/ blizzaks, mud flaps

Everything you need to turn your M5 into a winter / ski hauler! Had this setup on my car in VT for 3 seasons and it was very dependable. I recently sold my M5 so I have no need for these anymore.

OEM BMW roof rack system with ski/snowboard rack attachments - I'll sell the set for $185 + shipping.
  • Roof rack is PN 82719408587 and retails for $200 new
  • Ski racks are PN 82720406587 and retail for $167 new
OEM BMW mud flaps - $50 shipped in con US. I don't have the hardware anymore, but you can buy some generic fasteners at any hardware store.

  • Front : 82 16 9 405 189 $61.95 new
  • Rear : 82 16 8 405 190 $61.95 new
Full set of OEM M5 Style 65 front wheels (8" wide) with Blizzack LM-60's mounted - $850 + shipping

  • 1 season on them, I'd say 70% tread left easy
  • 245/45-18, $235 each from tire rack new.
  • This makes for a very nice winter wheel/tire combo. Wheels have some slight rash and the finish is worn through a bit in spots. I'd rate the wheels 6/10.
I will take better pictures soon, but for now here are a few pics of the roof rack, winter wheels, and mud flaps. Sorry you can't see anything in detail - I will get good pics up soon.








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Old 4th May 2012, 18:14   #2
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Mud flaps sold. Will get detailed wheel and roof rack pics up this weekend.
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sent you a text about wheels.
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How many snowboards can that rack fit?
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Definitely 2, maybe more if you can fit them side by side.
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Willing to ship the rack to Ontario Canada- L8P 3B6. Also, with this rack can a bike attachment be integrated with this?
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Sure, you pay shipping though. And yes, you can remove the ski/snowboard racks and replace them with a bike rack attachment, can get it through the dealer I would think. I will attempt to get a shipping estimate.
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Wheels & Blizzaks

Unable to send PM. Interested in the Wheels/Blizzaks, and would appreciate photos of the wheels and tires through my e-mail address: gregoryejones@msn.com.

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Sure, you pay shipping though. And yes, you can remove the ski/snowboard racks and replace them with a bike rack attachment, can get it through the dealer I would think. I will attempt to get a shipping estimate.
Any ideas on the shipping cost?
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Did you ever have a chance to take pics of the roof rack?
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