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      10-03-2019, 09:03 AM   #1
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20" V Spoke BMW Style 738 rims - Set of 4 Rims in perfect condition

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Center Caps included in price but no TPMS, no Tires
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This is a funny post. Who would buy those terrible wheels for their new X5 when there are plenty of better choices.
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This is a traditional five V spoke BMW design - so dont just put stupid comments here because you have absolutely nothing to do on a Friday night! Werd!
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This is a traditional five V spoke BMW design - so dont just put stupid comments here because you have absolutely nothing to do on a Friday night! Werd!
I get it. It's ok for you to post an ignorant comment in my thread but you get hurt when I post in yours. Typical herb.

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My post was a common sense advice - did not mean to offend you or your undermine your wheels

if you dont know how "trading in" works then oh well!
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My post was a common sense advice - did not mean to offend you or your undermine your wheels

if you dont know how "trading in" works then oh well!
Because choosing one colour over another is “common sense”.
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I give up!
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Guys, I also have 4 new Yokohama Blue Earth Snow tires sized 275/45/20 that we had purchased for the X5 that I can include with this set for a reasonable discount. The tires are new, were purchased from Tirerack but never installed. A perfect set for the snow and cold weather activities. Thanks!
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Guys, I also have 4 new Yokohama Blue Earth Snow tires sized 275/45/20 that we had purchased for the X5 that I can include with this set for a reasonable discount. The tires are new, were purchased from Tirerack but never installed. A perfect set for the snow and cold weather activities. Thanks!
When were the tires purchased, DOT? Add in TR TPMS, and what are you asking for the setup?
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I dont have TPMS as I never really got around to mounting those tires on the rims. They were purchased for a Cayenne Turbo anyway. They were purchased January 2018 and have been stored away in storage since then.
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I dont have TPMS as I never really got around to mounting those tires on the rims. They were purchased for a Cayenne Turbo anyway. They were purchased January 2018 and have been stored away in storage since then.
No worries...I have no problem getting my own rubber and sensors. I'll keep you post in case my 742M sell and I need to put together a winter setup.
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bump, these are still sitting in my garage
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This is a funny post. Who would buy those terrible wheels for their new X5 when there are plenty of better choices.
Have you seen them on the vehicle? They look boring as a separate entity, but when on the vehicle, they actually are very sleek. I would have thrown an M badge on this wheel, painted the interior of the rim black or gray, reserved them for the M sport and created something more basic for the xdrive40i. I guess its just good design when the basic wheel looks impressive.
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