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Old 12-05-2011, 08:35 PM   #1
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Selling these "daysies" in a set of 4. They came off my 91 a year ago and stored them in the garage when I got some new rims. I no longer have my 91 and am looking to make space in the garage. Wheels are in decently good shape but are missing the damn center hub and the tires are worn. Tires can be ridden on but not for long as parts of the tire have tread and some don't . I saw on ebay that planet miata was selling these for $50 a rim w/o a tire and center hub so I think $200 + shipping is a good price .


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bump. correct me if I'm wrong, but these only weigh 10 lbs or so.
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i stand corrected at 12.3 lbs. Need to get these out the garage, $170+shipping no hassles
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Sorry to be blunt/threadcrap/**** on your parade but I'm a bit inebriated so **** it.

These sell on craigslist for like $150 tops (with decent tires). No one here gives a damn about stock wheels. List them on craigslist for a lower price and be happy.

sauce: http://washingtondc.craigslist.org/m...736399945.html my craigslist post for same damn wheels.
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^^^ This. I've bought two sets, one with 70%+ tread A/S Pirellis for $140 and another with usable RT615s for $125.
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if you can find someone looking for those rims then you might havea buyer... but http://orangecounty.craigslist.org/pts/2679185125.html
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Old 12-06-2011, 01:34 PM   #7
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I honestly never even knew you could get money for these. Before I moved a couple of years ago, I literally gave a set of these away with full tread all-season tires.
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I'm having issues selling mine with SLIGHTLY better tread than OP's for $50.
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I have a set with almost new tires and centers and can't get anything out of it. I'd be better off taking them off the rims and selling the tires and getting the scrape price for the rims.
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I remember when scrap used to bring 18 a wheel. You have 50-75 dollars on your hands. I think I sold the 94-97 rims for around 125 shipped iirc
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whatever the, 100 shipped. I just need em outta here. damn LOL
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If no one can sell them look to the Honda forums as a last resort. With minor modification they can be made to fit so the Honda 4x100 guys jump on them. Unfortunately I gave away a set to a buddy with full tread all seasons for free... but they're getting put to good use. O well.

I was able to help him get them mounted with a wood hole saw (sounds crazy but worked fine with oil), and some guys use a flap wheel on a grinder to open the centers up a bit too.
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Sorry to be blunt/threadcrap/**** on your parade but I'm a bit inebriated so **** it.

These sell on craigslist for like $150 tops (with decent tires). No one here gives a damn about stock wheels. List them on craigslist for a lower price and be happy.

sauce: http://washingtondc.craigslist.org/m...736399945.html my craigslist post for same damn wheels.
As an update, I sold mine for $100. Time to spend it on alcohol
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whatever the, 100 shipped. I just need em outta here. damn LOL
dude rethink that or put them up on craigslist shipping is about $125 on them just shipped a set myself
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dude rethink that or put them up on craigslist shipping is about $125 on them just shipped a set myself
I will do that that , thanks
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I feel kinda bad that everyone including me **** on your fs thread, so heres a free bump. Any one that owns an na should have at least one set of these laying around, its one of those unwritten rules. these would also make sweet drift spares
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Hello everyone! Im looking for some lightweight wheels for a tercel that i drive for the gas mileage. Ive read what you guys said about these wheels but for a tercel anything works that takes weight off. 14 inch wheels are what im thinking because i just bought new tires that size. If someone had 15's with good tires that would be good. Im new here so i cant post in the WTB section untill i post 10 times. If you have them let me know. Thanks. Eddie
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Daisy rims are used for big paper weights... and/or when you have a flat/blow out/getting new tires...damn you -4 camber!!!
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I drive a toyota to work everyday do you think i care about looks. As long as there light and round and hold air.
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Dunno many members in the new Orleans area. Go to miata.net and find the wheel weight sheet in the garage section. Then start searching Craigslist.
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