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Stuart

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  • Birthday 11/25/1959

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  1. Looking for a set of 4 stock tii steel rims, 5.5x13. Prefer true, unbent, used set. I will clean up and have powder coated. I have a nice set of hubcaps waiting for them. I'm in the SF Bay Area. Thanks, Stuart
  2. The owner of that car is here in San Jose and yes they are a very nice set of H&B rims. I'm very sure he would share his set up.
  3. Anyone have one they could sell? Desperate. Stuart
  4. Anyone from the South Bay want to drive up together? Stuart
  5. If the current or past owner of this 75 is on here, can you please send me the tire size as well as the ET for these 15x7 BBS RS rims? Thanks,
  6. I wish I had the $750 each month to do this with you. I don't do a lot of my own wrenching like you do but it would be nice to have the option. What are the chances of renting some shelf space to store parts?
  7. I have fuel and I have spark but it won't catch. Thoughts? Stuart
  8. Have the URO seals in our 73 and it takes a serious slam to shut the doors. The URO seals are almost a 1/2" thicker and more firm. Bought a set of used OE seals and will install them instead.
  9. So what ever I do, I want to still use the standard hubcap on the face and have a 6x13 rim. The face needs to look like this with the pictured hubcap when it's all said and done: Possible or not?
  10. All – I would like to take a set of stock Kronprinz 4.5x13 et35 and widen them to 6x13 keeping the face the same so I can use stock hubcaps. Instead of new barrels, Stockton Wheel says it will add 1.5” of material to the middle of the existing barrel section of the rim. Doing this will move the inner edge of the rim and the tire closer to the shock tower both front and back. How can I know if I have room for that addition if it all goes on the back side of the rim? If it ends up too close, can I use longer lug bolts and spacers? Thanks, Stuart
  11. I have to slam the door hard and that's not good.
  12. My car has aftermarket rubber on both doors. It is thicker than true BMW OE. Looking to remove what I have and replace it with a good set of used OE BMW rubber. Stuart


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