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Old 11-01-2011, 06:32 PM   #1
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Now for sale.

My wheels-
PERFECT CONDITION. No bends, scrapes, rash, dings or anything..there is one small chip that was touched up...can't see it from 2ft away. Like new for being 2 years old. Regularly cleaned inside and out. Some small pieces of sticker missing in a few places, but replacement stickers are like $20 on eBay and I might just get around to this soon anyway.


If you didn't catch the title, the specs are-

SSR Type C-RS in dark grey....hard to find.
17x7.5"
+37mm offset
4x100 only
center caps included
no tires


$1200


Will post individual wheel pictures soon.


Parking lot quickie by AnonymousNamelss, on Flickr


IMG_3398 by AnonymousNamelss, on Flickr
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Old 11-01-2011, 07:17 PM   #2
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I can't imagine finding a better wheel for your car. What are you moving to?

Wish I had an NB or a MSM. I'm not too fond of these on an NA. :/
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Old 11-01-2011, 07:32 PM   #3
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**** I hate living in the UK, GLWS shame the logistics would be so hard or I'd rip your hand off.
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Old 03-05-2012, 11:32 AM   #4
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BUMP- Looking to trade them for?? Something of equal value.

I had the car at the body shop months ago and they did get some titanium paint overspray on one wheel, but it's harld noticable as it's nearly the same color...and I've been afraid to try to get it off becuase I don't want to damage the finish of the wheels (though I've been told it can be removed easily without harming the original powercoated finish using paint reducer).




This is the wheel with over spray...barely visible...it's at the top of the wheel


The one chip...(don't mind the white specs- it's polishing compound from the last time I detailed the car)
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Gawd, these wheels are hot. I want, but I can't.
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Price includes shipping.
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Holy crap! These wheels are light!!!
I've always loved these on your car. GLWS
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What lip and side skirt kit do you have on there? Is that just the popular package OEM stuff?
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Quote:
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Holy crap! These wheels are light!!!
I've always loved these on your car. GLWS

Oh yeah. I don't know how I completely forgot to mention that they are 14.2lb each in the description...because not everyone reads all of the titles.

GV bumper OE sides and rear.
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If you're not getting any bite here check out honda-tech.com. There seems to be a much larger market for higher end wheels and 90% of the stuff on there is a good miata size and offset. Might help move them faster if you can tolerate the morons. GLWS.
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I has no account on H-T, and I'd suspect that like MT, they frown upon simply using them for the FS section. At least that is how I feel.

I've thought about HT and VWVortex...and I have them up on NAM.
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Someone buy these before I add yet another set of wheels to my basement.
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