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Gmax 'princeton' 19 Inch Alloy Wheels Package


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Hi everyone,

I am selling the following alloy wheel package:

Make: GMAX

Style: Princeton

Size: 19x8.5, 19x9.5

PCD: 5x114.3

Offset: +38

Finish: Black with Machined Face. Diamond Cut Lip.

Condition: No gutter/kerb scratches. Excellent Condition

Tyres: Bridgestone Potenza S03

Size: 245/35/ZR19 (front), 275/35/ZR19 (rear)

Tread: Fronts need replacement as inner tread wear is bald; due to lower ride height. The rears have recently been replaced with great tread life.

Wheels were fitted to my Nissan 350Z with the Brembo brake system. Car has never been taken to a track. Wheel package is great for those seeking a staggered/mixed fitment setup as well as those seeking a larger rear setup relative to the front.

I have more images and available upon request. Only serious buyers can make arrangements to come and inspect the wheel package to avoid wastage of both seller and buyer's time.

Asking Price: $1,450 ONO (any reasonable offer will be considered)

For quick response, please email me bernie_hii#hotmail.com (replace # with @). The wheels are located in the South Eastern Victoria.

Cheers,

Z33Fairlady

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