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    Super RARE MHT 19's! *Brand New*

    I have a set of wheels I've decided I need to sell. These wheels are made by MHT Luxury Alloys. They were sold exclusivly through a tire shop in the north west and were only made for a couple years. They are brand new & have never even had a valve stem put in them. If You're looking for a wheel that You don't want to see on another car in around town, than this is it!

    Wheel specs:
    all 4 are 19x9.5's +20 offset
    they are black w/ aprox a 4" machined/coated lip

    3SGTO price $995 Shipped! (1,250 for "the other site")
    ****Also open to trades of performance parts! PM me with what You have*****
    looking for a set of coilovers
    another BBK
    EMS

    I know there's more but I'm too tired to remember/list it now. PM me with offers & pics if you have them of what you have.

    Anyways, on with the Pix!



    Here's a couple close up Pics of a wheel to get You a better idea of the design. sorry about the dust/smudge marks! lol.



    MHT badge behind the spoke:


    Pic of the wheel size & offset stamp:


    As far as fitment goes with the brakes, as You can see in the second pic above the spokes get closer to the brakes the smaller the diameter is on the brakes/the closer you get to the center of the wheel.
    Example: these wheels clear the Stoptech BBK no problem, but it looks like with the first gen turbo brakes it will require about a 7-8mm spacer. I only had a pair of 5mm spacers here to test fit with. On the first gen brakes one 5mm was not enough room, but 2 of them (10mm) was PLENTY.
    On the Second Gen turbo brakes when I did the test fit, they BARELY touched the caliper at the inward most part of the caliper. the curved part of the housing where the outer pistons are. Honestly, my first option (& this is just me) would be to slightly grind on that part of the caliper to avoid running spacers. If that makes You nervous then I would run a 3mm spacer to avoid grinding the caliper. A 3mm spacer isn't a big deal since our hub has about 10-11mm for the wheel to sit on. I've also heard of people grinding on their wheel spokes for clearance, but that's up to You! lol!

    Here's a pic of the 2G fronts w/ a 5mm spacer. There's about 3mm of clearance here:


    The rear brakes clear no problem on both first & second gen.
    In this pic You can also see what I'm talking about w/ the spoke design & brake clearance.
    2 Gen rear brakes:


    Thanks for the interest everyone! Let me know if You have any questions, or if You need a Paypal addy
    Also, I know I'm not "verified" but I'm just not ok w/ puttin my DL & other info on the interweb. sorry. I'm an active member of Norcal3s & any of the guys there will vouch for me.
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    1g brake fail

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    Just convert to 2g brakes
    Actually if someone needs/wants to convert to 2g brakes I can include a set of front calipers w/ fresh rebuilds for about $100-$120 total

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