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For Sale Bayern Multi-Spokes

Discussion in 'For Sale Section' started by Wilko58, Nov 5, 2019.

  1. Wilko58

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    Ex-Dino Bayern Multi-Spoke wheels 18in 8.5/9.5J offset is ET 30 front & rear and with brand new Michelin Pilot Sport 4 tyres 255/35 and 225/40 with the original Bayern centre caps and some BMW/Skull ones too.
    I bought these off @Dino D a while back, put new tyres on but didn't fit them before I wrote off the Fiji!
    Apart from a chip on one spoke they are in excellent condition and after the tyres were fitted I waxed the insides and put a hydrophobic coating on the outside of the wheels.
    I'm into these wheels & tyres to about £1300 but will let them go for £1000 (I did have a buyer but a relationship split scuppered his plans!).

    Only other issue is that I'm only in the country until 14 Nov and away then until 31 Jan 20 - the wheels have been stored in my spare bedroom so have not seen any rain/cold since the tyres were put on!
     

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  2. Nodzed

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    Can you add the offset please
     
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    pm sent
     
  4. Jjim

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    Ohhh these look good. Would look good on your Zed @Nodzed
     
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  5. Dino D

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    Oooooh I miss those wheels!!
    Glad to see they made it unscathed- was looking forward to seeing them on that Fiji!

    Please someone take them - I have too manny mechanical bits that need the money spending!

    On this thread you can see gratutious shots of the wheels and the custom finish:
    https://zroadster.org/threads/dino-ds-z3-2-8-custom-build-98-montreal-blue.17140/

    They fit perfectly without spacers. If your run lowered suspension then on the rear you can space for a even more aggressive fitment for an extra wiiide look. I ran 12mm on the rear and am lowered about 30mm.

    If I had the room they’d be on the wall of my office!
     
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    I know would look smart on the Z4
     
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  7. Sean d

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    I agree as the best wheels for a Z3m are the wheels it came with :D I just love em and I'm considering the Z4 hub conversion to fit a set on my 2.8 if I could find a set at a decent price
     
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  8. Felix79

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    Can these fit on a Z4M at all? They look very similar to the classic Alpina style wheels, which is what I really want to fit on my Z4M.
     
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    Obviously I’m biased but these are much more interesting than the Alpinas as the spokes move away from the hub ‘inwards’ to create depth. The Alpinas by comparison are flat which suits the saloons and estates but to my eye, don’t work that well on the curvy roadsters.
     
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    I'm such an Alpina fanboy and after owning a staggered set for an E30 (forgot to take them off the car when I sold it) and I've also owned an E30 Alpina C2 2.5, which is why I start drooling when I see multi spoke wheels. But now you pointed out the difference, I actually have to admit that these wheels would work better visually with my Z4M. Thanks for that!
     
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  11. Wilko58

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    I'm away until February so plenty of time to save up
     
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