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Clean Up Sale! Wheels,tyres,bodykit Parts

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Hey All,

Got some parts I no longer have any use for, all prices are reasonably negotiable.

Works 16" rims $600ono 4 x 114.3 in perfect condition

Front: 16 x 7 +32

Rear: 16 x 8 +36

4 x Falken ZE326 tyres

225/50/16 with over 80% tread SOLD

Endless CC-X brake pads

Suit SR20 calipers, full set of 4 brand new!!

Model code: EP236CC-X

Retail for $450 sell for $200

Nardi Boss Kit to suit Mazda MX-5 $40ono

Nismo 180sx frontbar $120

Stock 92" 180sx frontbar in white $50

with FMIC cutout

Damaged Vertex 180sx frontbar $50

perfect for track use

S12 Gazelle Hatch rear parcel shelf $20

Pm or call me on 0410 583 744 for enquiries, located on the Northern beaches.

Cheers Phill



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How much roughly would it cost to send the 16 x 7.5 rims 5 x 114.3

to Brisbane?

That's if you are willing to send interstate?

I spoke to somebody at 1st fleet couriers 133040 and was quoted $110 delivered for all 4 rims.

Cheers Phillb

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hi phill - do you have pics of the damaged front bar? I reckon a spare could always come in handy!



Liz, My thoughts exactly :happy:, heres a few pics for you!

got any pics of the work 16s?


They are the wheels on my old yellow 180 in the pic's above, I'll try and get some other pic's soon.

Cheers Phill




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