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Selling Wheels

Discussion in 'Detailing' started by Jack Johnson, May 13, 2008.

    Jack Johnson guest

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    I'm brand new here to Ca. and to this site. I have a 2007 550 and hate my wheels. I want to buy a set of the 2008 550 wheels, which are a lot like the M5 but not exactly. Problem is, how does anyone recommend I get something for my old ones (10,000 miles)? I live in Manhattan Beach and need advice/help

    snikwad guest

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    you can get something for youre old wheels if you throw em on craigslist, or on bimmerforums.com or bimmerfest.com
    i sold my scratched up stockers on bimmerforums.
    just bare in mind, shipping wheels typically costs about $50/wheel, unless you have a business account where you can get it shipped for about $35/wheel.
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    az3579

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    Or if all else fails, eBay. It's almost a sure-fire way to sell them, especially if they look absolutely brand new despite the 10k miles.

    bradley01 guest

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    BTW...this forum is for "Detailing" questions. I know you're new. No biggie!

    +1 on joining www.bimmerfest.com
    I have seen lotsa people sell their wheels on there. +533 on high shipping costs though... :-(

    Jack Johnson guest

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    Sorry. I'll move on.

    bradley01 guest

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    No biggie, bro. You said you were new to this site, so I was just trying to give you a roadmap. Good luck with the sale man!

    northern-monkey guest

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    Jack how much do you want for them?

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