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18 Inch OZ Challenge Wheels in Black 997 NB or GT3 Fitment/Hoosier A7's

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12-12-2018, 01:40 PM | Replies: 7 | Views: 761
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  • Price
    $1,000
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  • Location Syosset, NY, USA
  • Condition Used
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Porsche 911 2005 - 2011
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Up for sale is a set of 18 inch OZ Challenge Wheels in Black. These will fit all 997 NB and GT3 cars. The wheels were used for autocross only for events we ran in 2018. I had 2 sets of these wheels and basically alternated the use between the two sets. Wheels are in very good condition and have no curb rash or bends in them. Here are the specs on the wheels:

Front:
18 x 8.5 ET 50

Rear
18 x 12 ET 63

The wheels currently have Hoosier A7's mounted to them which I purchased back in August 2018 and have only been used at SCCA Solo Nationals for 4 runs on the 30 second practice course and 12 runs on 60 second courses. Approximately 3 heat cycles. The production date for the tires is 3417 on the fronts (34th week of 2017), and 3118 on the rears (31st week of 2018) These tires still have a ton of life left in them, probably 85%. Wheels are tires stored in climate controlled garage in bags. Sizes are below:

Front:
285/30/18

Rear:
335/30/18

The wheels brand new from tire rack go for $417 per each front wheel and $430 for each rear wheel ($1,695 per set) and the Hoosier A7's go for $387 for each front and $441 for each rear ($1,656 per set). I would be happy to send pictures of the tires or additional wheel shots upon request.

I will gladly sell the wheels with no tires for $1000 for the set and if buyer wants the tires I will do another $100 per tire so $1400 total. Buyer is responsible for shipping expense. I am located in 11791 Zip Code and the best way to send wheels these days is through a commercial UPS or Fedex Account or via Fedex ground.

Old 12-15-2018, 03:27 PM
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Of all the wheels I had for sale I figured these would go first. They are my favorite by far and look amazing on the car. I have 2 sets available. Come on people step up to the plate. This is a sick deal.
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Old 12-16-2018, 10:11 AM
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Those are an incredible deal!!
i am surprised they are still around.
Shucks I just bought a pair
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Old 12-16-2018, 05:44 PM
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Wow, unbelievable these are still available. I'm back in the market for a set of autocross wheels and if I wasn't on the other side of the country I'd be making an offer yesterday but I figure shipping will kill the value prospect here. Good luck seller!
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Old 12-17-2018, 03:09 AM
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Hmmm, wonder how much shipping is. Tempted.

Also, I think you have a typo in the front tire size. You stated a 285 and I don't even know if you can get that on a 8.5" wheel. Did you mean 265?
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Old 12-26-2018, 03:48 PM
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Originally Posted by RAudi Driver View Post
Hmmm, wonder how much shipping is. Tempted.

Also, I think you have a typo in the front tire size. You stated a 285 and I don't even know if you can get that on a 8.5" wheel. Did you mean 265?
It wasn't a typo....lol Yes a 285 does fit on an 8.5 inch wheel. We were running the car in SCCA SOLO SSR class where we must run factory width, have offset be within +/- 7mm in offset and +/- 1 inch in diameter. Since we went down to 18 inch and the diameter of the tire is shorter than the 19 inch tires we were able to make it work without rolling fenders etc.
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Old 01-12-2019, 02:11 AM
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Newb question, would these fit a NB 996? I gather that I'd have to run a smaller width tire, but just wanted to know your thoughts. Can you find out how much shipping would be to CA because I think I've found the wheels that would look great on my car. Thank you Sir.
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Old 01-12-2019, 03:55 PM
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Originally Posted by jdmspooge View Post
Newb question, would these fit a NB 996? I gather that I'd have to run a smaller width tire, but just wanted to know your thoughts. Can you find out how much shipping would be to CA because I think I've found the wheels that would look great on my car. Thank you Sir.
sending you a PM now.
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