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WTB: Factory Alloy Wheels for 1973 Tii

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Anyone have a reasonably priced set of the early design wheels for sale ? They don't have to be perfect, but must be round and true. There is a perfect set for sale on Ebay, but they are beyond my means.

Thanks

Chuck in NC

Ebay is such a ripoff sometimes. OEM are still available - try Max or Blunt and they are about $163 per wheel...part number is

36111107915

http://www.bmwmobiletradition-online.com/bmw/showparts.do?model=2583&mospid=47141&btnr=36_0363&hg=36&fg=15

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OEM are still available - try Max or Blunt and they are about $163 per wheel...

but then you gotta buy the center caps, the roundels, and alloy lug nuts. it adds up to over $250 a wheel...$1000 for a set of 4. plus shipping and new tires...

they do look great though.

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Thanks for the information. Your car looks great with either set of wheels. Looks like you are in California ... I am in North Carolina. Would you consider parting with just the wheels to save shipping and possibly the caps and lug nuts ? I have later model steel wheels ... possibly those lug nuts and caps would work so I may not need them.

Alfabear at aol dot com

Thenks

Chuck in NC

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Thanks for the information. Your car looks great with either set of wheels. Looks like you are in California ... I am in North Carolina. Would you consider parting with just the wheels to save shipping and possibly the caps and lug nuts ? I have later model steel wheels ... possibly those lug nuts and caps would work so I may not need them.

Alfabear at aol dot com

Thenks

Chuck in NC

i've heard more than once that alloy wheels take a different lug nut than the stock steel wheels. might have to do with the taper of the nut where it meets the wheel.

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