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Hey guys I've got a beautiful set of 20" DPE ST-7 with chrome lip and custom painted face (OEM BMW Mineral Silver) rims for sale, they come with Pirelli Pzero Nero tires. I have attached pictures below for your viewing pleasure. :M5thumbs: These rims new run $6000 (+custom painted face) for the rim and over $1300 for tires, totaling over $7300.

Specs:
Front: 20x8.5 245/30/20
Rear: 20x10 285/25/20

TPMS (Tire Pressure Monitors) are included and already installed on the rims :)

They will fit an M5 or a regular 5 series as well.

The rims are overall in great condition and have ZERO curb rash. The rear tires, however, are past their due date and need to be replaced. The front tires are excellent condition and have a lot of life left in them. The front rims have some minor chrome "pitting" (should be easily fixable, see pictures below). The chrome pitting is not noticeable if you are standing more than a couple feet from the rims. Overall the rims look great, but I'll let the pictures speak for themselves.

Now, the reason I'm selling is because I recently learned that I will be doing a good bit more commuting in the coming months than I had expected, forcing me to pick up a daily driver. I'd love to keep the rims, unfortunately at this time it is not the best decision (financially) for me.

Price: $3250

I am willing to ship at the buyer's expense, and I will give local buyers priority. Please let me know if you have any questions or comments.

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Minor chrome pitting:




-Matt
 

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Why the incorrect size tires? Did you purchase these from a regular e60 owner?
Not sure what you mean by incorrect tire sizes. The tires fit fine and even on my Eibach lowered M5 there's no rubbing :byebye::wroom:
 

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I think hes probably referring to how small the sidewalls are. Sharp wheels and a fair price. Free bump.
Ahh yea they are very low profile tires :S Thanks for the comments :)
 

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Not sure what you mean by incorrect tire sizes. The tires fit fine and even on my Eibach lowered M5 there's no rubbing :byebye::wroom:
The aspect ratios are not correct for the M5. On the rear, you're running a 285/25/20 when it should be a 285/30/20. The stock tires are 285/35/19 which makes the overall diameter 26.9". The 30 aspect ratio maintains the same overall diameter of 26.9" while the 25 aspect ratio is 25.6", which is 1.3" or 4.8% difference. That difference is enough to throw off the speedometer and odometer a little.

The front is also only a 245 in width, when the M5 comes with a 255 width stock. Not that much of a difference, but a difference nonetheless.

The tires are correct for a regular e60, which is why I asked whether you bought them from someone who did not have a M5.
 

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nice,put a coat of wax on them,that way it will last longer
Good tip, I've got some wheel wax in my garage. I'll definitely apply some to the wheels this weekend :cheers:
 
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