FS $750 set of 15x11 ET20 4x100 67.1 just 14.3 lbs

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FS $750 set of 15x11 ET20 4x100 67.1 just 14.3 lbs

Postby Christos Adam » Thu Jun 08, 2017 11:13 am

A set of almost new Tungsten 6UL 15x11 4x100 wheels from 949 Racing.

These are the most badass 6UL you can get (the most expensive too). Get them today and be sure that your wheels will always fit your needs - these could stretch nicely smaller tires but will fit perfectly big daddy 275 Hoosier tires.

They look like new! I got them in March, installed 275/35-15 Hoosier tires and I only used them for 3 laps! Never driven on the street!

Please see below for more info:
15x11
+20 offset
14.3 lbs
4x100
Low pressure cast flow formed monoblock construction
T6 heat treated
67.1mm center bore
Double valve design
VIA Certified 550kg max load rated
JWL approved
TPMS compatible
Silver painted center, machined lip, durable clear coated finish
Fits 245/40, 245/50, 275/35 tires.
Cap included.
Valves also included.

Asking for $750 - the wheels retail for $1040 (with local shipping and tax)

Edit: After microscopic evaluation I was able to find a pencil tip size scratch (from mounting/removing) in two of the wheels - please see photos.

http://s15.photobucket.com/user/BLAGUNA ... y/4%20sale
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Re: FS $750 set of 15x11 ET20 4x100 67.1 just 14.3 lbs

Postby Christos Adam » Tue Jun 13, 2017 10:00 am

Price dropped to $750
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Re: FS $750 set of 15x11 ET20 4x100 67.1 just 14.3 lbs

Postby Christos Adam » Tue Jun 20, 2017 11:54 am

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