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Old 02-11-2019, 07:38 PM
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Thinking of letting these go. Im new to the forum so posting in marketplace seems to be a challenge. The wheels need a new Rays Eng sticker on the passenger front but no rash on any of them. No rubbing even with GT3 spec alignment. Im thinking $1750.00 + shipping if needed.

Volk TE37
Finish: Black/Mat Black
Bolt Pattern: 5x130

Fronts: 19x8.5" Offset: 51
Rears: 19x11.5" Offset: 45

Yokohama Advan Neova AD08R- These tires have some age on them (3+ yrs and less than 6k miles- should pass inspection)

Fronts: 235/35/19
Rears: 305/30/19
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That picture quality and angle are not that great. Can you post up more closeups of the wheels?
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interested. Where are you located?
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FYI, extended bolts included. Rear currently has a 5mil spacer, no spacer up front.
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Wow. Interested. Any better profile pictures? Impressive... a garage in DC is a rarity.
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Its tucked into the garage and the weather here sucks as well as im on business travel til Friday. might be able to snap some pics this weekend but these have gotten a bit of interest
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Nice. The front driver's side tire looks like its has tire rub. The shinny rubber area in between the sidewall and tread. I thought you mentioned that it doesn't rub.
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Other than driving it home from the seller in PA its been in the garage and not driven. I do know that the front H&R springs were fitted a few times to get the ride height as the previous owner liked it and based on what I recall about the roads around his rural farm home, im sure he did rub it up a bit. on some bigger bumps and dips than expected. That said on the 60 mile ride home what caught my attention was the noise from the lip scraping the street on occasion, to often really. I need to bring it up a half inch. I have the rash to show for it but its "cheap" and removable.
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These are hands down my favorite wheels. I'm moving on to Center locks soon but best of luck to you. I wish this popped up a year ago.
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Other than driving it home from the seller in PA its been in the garage and not driven. I do know that the front H&R springs were fitted a few times to get the ride height as the previous owner liked it and based on what I recall about the roads around his rural farm home, im sure he did rub it up a bit. on some bigger bumps and dips than expected. That said on the 60 mile ride home what caught my attention was the noise from the lip scraping the street on occasion, to often really. I need to bring it up a half inch. I have the rash to show for it but its "cheap" and removable.
Yeah, esp with H&R springs, that GT3 lip will scrape on anything and everything. haha

I love TE's and your setup. They say 245's and your ad says 235's. Are they real TE's? I do have a white 997 so this is very tempting. I currently have Work wheels on my 997 and the fitment isn't as aggressive that I can drive it through the canyons and not scrape.
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Yeah, had OEM fitment tires on my mind for the other set of wheels I have. They are 245's. Genuine TE 37's, stamped on the wheels- Rays Engineering.
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