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2004 M3 - OEM 19" Wheels

Discussion in 'Wheels & Tires' started by vicnunes, Aug 6, 2012.

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    Looking for the correct part #'s (Front & Rear) for my 2004-M3 and recommendations on buying new or reconditioned? Lastly, any recommended/reputable Web sites?

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    New oem stock replacement wheels are likely to cost a fortune. Bavauto.com might be a source for both the part numbers and the wheels. Reconditioned is a gamble, who knows what anyone's definition is of 'reconditioned', and, how bad were they originally? If you're not putting together a concours show car needing originality, or absolutely so in love with the original wheels, you should have a whole variety of options depending on your budget. The Tire Rack (tirerack.com) is one retailer of quality wheels you can check.
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    Satch SoSoCalifortified

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    And then there's Mr. D-D-D-Dinan. . . I know what Stevie D's wheels cost for a Z4, and now I've seen Dinan wheels on a B7! But I think they look most bitchin' on the M3...

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