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Fs: Genuine Volk Racing Te37 18X9.5 +22 / 18X10.5 +22


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Hey guys.

I'm selling my TE37s. The specs are:

Front: 18x9.5 ET22 5x114.3

Rear: 18x10.5 ET22 5x114.3

(In terms of TE37s these are as flush as you can go with standard alignment gear on a Z33 or V35.)

The colour is a custom shade of gunmetal, which is a mixture of Nissan gunmetal and Nissan black.

A little bit of gutter-rash. see pics.

forsale_18inchte37_sideshot.jpg

forsale_18inchte37_driverfront_02.jpg

I am keeping the front tyres. The rear tyres are Falken FK452 285/35 R18.

I will also include new Volk/RAYS stickers (not genuine, but a really good copy), in either blue or black.

I am also keeping the centre caps.

More pics can be found here:

http://www.au-z.org/gallery/v/forsale/18inchte37/

Asking $2500 ONO. Will ship interstate at the buyer's expense.

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I have 2 sets of 18s where I only need 1 for the track, so I'm also putting up my Nismo LM GT4s. Only one of the two sets will be sold, so whichever attracts the highest offer will be the ones to go.

The link to the sale thread for the LM GT4s is here:

http://www.skylinesaustralia.com/forums/topic/362194-fs-genuine-nismo-lm-gt4s-18x90-22/

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