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Old 08-04-2013, 11:27 AM   #1
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Default Semi solid spoke Miata wheels, 12.5 lbs

I have a set of hollow spokes 14s, no tires. Need them gone. 250 obo plus shipping.
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Ttt any offers? I need them gone.
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$130 shipped?

I can get them for $150 for a set of 4 from treasure coast miata.

Let me know.
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Where are you located? I'm sure shipping would be quite a bit.
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So I just looked on treasure coast and they want 60 each, or 240 without shipping plus another 45 to me in KY for shipping. So no. Maybe 150 and you pay shipping.
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Yep, my bad. I was looking at the price of the daisies on accident. The hollow spokes are definitely worth more than the daisies. Found a set local though so good luck with your sale!
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Ttt still have these!
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I have a set of hollow spokes 14s, no tires. Need them gone. 250 obo plus shipping.
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Pics of back side of wheels for true hollow spoke identification?
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I'm not with them now. But they do weigh 12.5 lbs via usps yesterday. And came off my 94 r package miata
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12.5 sounds high for even a solid spoke wheel. The hollow spoke wheels weigh something like 10.5-11lbs
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12.5 sounds high for even a solid spoke wheel. The hollow spoke wheels weigh something like 10.5-11lbs
Yep. 12.5 is right at what the heaviest semi-hollow spokes weigh.

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Maybe it is, and the UPS scale is just ****. If it did indeed come off of an R-package, it probably is. Weren't all R-package cars equipped with hollows? That's what mine had anyway, '94.
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Let's move these!
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Anyone want these? Make offers

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Unless you are the original owner, the wheels are not necessarily original to the car, anyway. Bump for pics of the back.
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Yes these are the original wheels. I was the 3rd owner and personally knew the other 2. I'll get pics up today
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