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19" Rsgt Chrome/alloy Wheels/tyres **cheap**


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Item: RPM RSGT 19*8 wheels/tyres

Location: Sydney

Item Condition: Only 3 weeks used on car, now sitting in my room for 1 month. Excellent condition.

Reason for Selling: Have another set of wheels in mind.

Price and Payment Conditions: Pick up only. Priced $1700 neg.

Extra Info:

Size - 19 inch

Width - 8 inch

Stud Pattern - 114.3x5

Offset - +45

Tyres - Achilles 225/35ZR/19 88W XL atr sport link http://www.achillestires.com/page_one.php

+ Condition - 3 weeks old rubber, practicaly brand new.

Will suit skylines very nicely.

Pictures

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Contact: PM me or email [email protected]

Let me know if you need more pics, Because those pics are sized down and doesnt do it any justice.

Thanks :(

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