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Old July 6th 05, 07:24 PM
Planar1
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Default Aftermarket source for Mille Miglia wheels E46

Can anyone direct me to a mail-order source for Mille Miglia wheels for my
330ci? Tire rack.com doesn't carry this brand of wheels any longer (straight
from the horse's mouth). TIA


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Old July 7th 05, 12:56 PM
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They are still listed at tirerack.com as a closeout item - in stock for the
model I looked at anyway.

"Planar1" > wrote in message
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> Can anyone direct me to a mail-order source for Mille Miglia wheels for my
> 330ci? Tire rack.com doesn't carry this brand of wheels any longer
> (straight from the horse's mouth). TIA
>



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Old July 8th 05, 04:38 AM
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Unfortunately, the ones I want are not in stock and the folks at TireRack
say the company will not be making more. Last time I checked, the fronts
that I want (18x8 MM11-2 Sport Bright Sat) were in stock. The rears, however
(18x9 5-120 bmw mm11-2sp) are not, and are not expected at all. There's some
rather serious problem at the factory in Italy. I might just buy the fronts
new and buy the rears used as long as they are in great shape. So, anyone
out there have the rears that I need? Thanks!



"joe_tide" > wrote in message
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> They are still listed at tirerack.com as a closeout item - in stock for
> the model I looked at anyway.
>
> "Planar1" > wrote in message
> ...
>> Can anyone direct me to a mail-order source for Mille Miglia wheels for
>> my 330ci? Tire rack.com doesn't carry this brand of wheels any longer
>> (straight from the horse's mouth). TIA
>>

>
>



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Old July 13th 05, 03:30 AM
Sharkman540i
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DO YOU REALLY WANT discontinued wheels??
especially wheels from a factory that has those problems to begin with???
can't you just pick another wheel?????!!!!
Like an OEM wheel that will not bend at the first big pothole like a mille
miglia! they are also pretty heavy.
You are trying hard to get yourself headaches.

"Planar1" > wrote in message
...
> Unfortunately, the ones I want are not in stock and the folks at TireRack
> say the company will not be making more. Last time I checked, the fronts
> that I want (18x8 MM11-2 Sport Bright Sat) were in stock. The rears,
> however (18x9 5-120 bmw mm11-2sp) are not, and are not expected at all.
> There's some rather serious problem at the factory in Italy. I might just
> buy the fronts new and buy the rears used as long as they are in great
> shape. So, anyone out there have the rears that I need? Thanks!
>
>
>
> "joe_tide" > wrote in message
> ...
>> They are still listed at tirerack.com as a closeout item - in stock for
>> the model I looked at anyway.
>>
>> "Planar1" > wrote in message
>> ...
>>> Can anyone direct me to a mail-order source for Mille Miglia wheels for
>>> my 330ci? Tire rack.com doesn't carry this brand of wheels any longer
>>> (straight from the horse's mouth). TIA
>>>

>>
>>

>
>



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Old November 8th 15, 05:18 PM posted to alt.autos.bmw
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Default Aftermarket source for Mille Miglia wheels E46

replying to Planar1, ken wrote:
Hi - Are you still looking for Mille Miglia wheels (18 x 8 ) ... I think i
have what you are looking for

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