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Selling my silver BBS LMs, I didn't want to sell them but due to some unforeseen circumstances, they've gotta go. They are 100% genuine.

The LMs have no curb rash whatsoever, they look 100% perfect, no bent rims either. Mint condition!

Specs:
19X8.5 ET17, 245/35/19
19x10 ET25, 275/30/19

Tires are Vredestein Ultrac Sessanta with around 75% tread left.

[Will post detailed pics ASAP]

I'm asking $3500 OBO for the wheels and tires. Buyer pays for shipping if necessary, just know that it'll be very expensive to ship wheels. I'm located in Westchester, NY, 15 mins from Manhattan.

[Click photo for full High-Res on Flickr]
58163694332__BD865F39-0F1D-4798-8980-AD964D4A1794 by Sam S, on Flickr

BBS LMs by Sam S, on Flickr

BBS LMs by Sam S, on Flickr

BBS LMs by Sam S, on Flickr

BBS LMs by Sam S, on Flickr
 

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Added detailed pics of each wheel showing that there isn’t any curb rash or any other defects at all on any of them. For more information and to purchase, PM me.
 

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Will these fit on E60 M5 without modifications?
Because the E39 hub is larger than the E60's you can install hubcentric adapter rings to be able to use E39 wheels on E60 BMWs. They're inexpensive, work well, and don't require any modifications to the wheel or car.

74.1mm (E39) to 72.6mm (E60) Rings like these https://www.amazon.com/Hub-Centric-Rings-Pack-Centerbore/dp/B07P5JMHCS/ref=sr_1_18?keywords=hubcentric+74.1+to+72.6&qid=1560653487&s=automotive&sr=1-18

You can also find spacers that adapt E39 wheels to E60 hubs.
 

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If you don't find a local buyer I could be interested in them properly packed and shipped to Linden NJ. //Rickard
 

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Hi,

My suggestion to you in order to increase the chances of interest/phone call/a sale - is to clean the wheels and re-take the pictures. The current pictures show the wheels not at 100% but either just 'dirt' or 'permanent marks'. I've sold a couple sets of genuine E39 fitment LM's, and not a speck of dust on them in my pictures and I had a sale within a day or 2 of listing (went from here in the UK to buyers in the USA)

Hopefully, it is just dirt and will clean away leaving a pristine finish on the wheels and 540is above will send you his money !

Cheers, Dennis!
 

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Hi,

My suggestion to you in order to increase the chances of interest/phone call/a sale - is to clean the wheels and re-take the pictures. The current pictures show the wheels not at 100% but either just 'dirt' or 'permanent marks'. I've sold a couple sets of genuine E39 fitment LM's, and not a speck of dust on them in my pictures and I had a sale within a day or 2 of listing (went from here in the UK to buyers in the USA)

Hopefully, it is just dirt and will clean away leaving a pristine finish on the wheels and 540is above will send you his money !

Cheers, Dennis!
As stated in the post, wheels are in 100% perfect condition, no marks or blemishes anywhere.
 

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Still for sale. Shipping won’t be too expensive depending on where the buyer is located.. shipping within the US would cost $35-$115 per wheel depending on your location, I’m shipping from NY so Cali would cost a little over $100 per wheel while a location on the East Coast would cost $35-60 depending on how far you are from NY. If you’re interested and would like a quote let me know.
 

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Bump, will be washing the wheels soon to get better pics so potential buyers can be confident they're in perfect condition.
 

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What’s you best price? I think the tires are hurting your sale. Had they been Michelin’s, I suspect you’d have sold these. I’m a buyer but price has to come down a bit. I can pick up too so no shipping.
 

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What’s you best price? I think the tires are hurting your sale. Had they been Michelin’s, I suspect you’d have sold these. I’m a buyer but price has to come down a bit. I can pick up too so no shipping.
I sent you a PM with my phone number, please text me an offer so I know what price point you’re at. I’m willing to drop the price a little bit because you’re local so I won’t have to deal with packaging but I can’t drop it significantly.

Hopefully we can come to an agreement.
 

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Gorgeous. LMs are the rare wheel that make any BMW look better. If I sprung for this kind of wheel $$ it would probably be for the M3. But if I still lived in Stamford I might just have to drive up and look at them. GLWS.
 
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