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    GI: 18x9 Pro N1 Black Racing lightweight wheels with Yokohama AVS Sport tires

    Off the market for now since my best friend wants them on his Mustang.
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    If I remember to I'll get some pics this weekend. The ones I have aren't of the wheels cleaned up.

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    ...if only they were an inch wider. i might have traded you my gt-c's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by inperfectdarkness View Post
    ...if only they were an inch wider. i might have traded you my gt-c's.
    I might have taken you up on that.

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    Damn, these look good. I'm debating on which set of wheels to get for my 1st gen red VR4.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YoshiBishi View Post
    Damn, these look good. I'm debating on which set of wheels to get for my 1st gen red VR4.
    Thanks. I need to clean them up and clean my car. It hasn't moved in almost a year and a half. I got another set of wheels to replace these, but I'm not sure if I want to give up 18s. I'm a sucker for 5-spoke wheels so if these sell I'll probably get something else for the track hopefully less than these weigh 18 lbs which is hard to find. I thought about powdercoating them a different color too.

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    I am looking for bronze/titanium colored wheels for my red vr4. I think bronze wheels look good on red cars.

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    hum...

    I'm concern about shipping (weight & size with tire) since I'm in canada.. is the tire really worth it..
    will you be able to take some pic of thew thread on those,
    what are the tire?

    and I 'd like detail on the other bran new set

    ty

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    Quote Originally Posted by one day... View Post
    hum...

    I'm concern about shipping (weight & size with tire) since I'm in canada.. is the tire really worth it..
    will you be able to take some pic of thew thread on those,
    what are the tire?

    and I 'd like detail on the other bran new set

    ty
    I'll have to look and see if I have pictures of each individual tire. If not, I'll take some. The front two have some camber wear on them from the previous owner because he did some suspension work and never got an alignment. You could get some miles out of them, but they'd need replaced before the rear tires. I do have a brand new set of Hankook RS2 265/35/R18 tires I was saving but could throw them in for extra mounted and balanced on these wheels. I'm sure shipping would be pretty expensive to Canada. I bet they're 40-50 lbs a piece and that's a long ways to ship them. I don't think it would be worth it honestly unless you were closer.

    I don't have the brand new set of Pro N1s anymore unfortunately. I didn't think I was going to keep these so I traded the other set for some Gewalt Evo IIs.

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