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Oz Racing Crono 17X8 17X9 5 Stud Wheels


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I have a set of four (4) Silver OZ Racing Crono wheels for sale.

The Fronts are 17X8's with a +35 offset.

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The Rears are 17X9's also with a +35 offset.

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They have Kinforest KF660 tyres, with 215/45 R17's on the front and 235/45 R17's on the rear, with around 5mm of tread.

The wheels are 5 stud with a pcd of 5 x 114.3 and fit a R32 Skyline GTS-T, R33 Skyline GTS-25T, R34 Skyline GT, S14 Silvia / 200SX and S15 Silvia / 200SX.

The front wheels clear 4 piston Sumitomo brake calipers with 12mm of clearence between the inside wheel spokes and the outside caliper face and also clear R33 calipers. The rear wheels also clear 2 piston Sumitomo rear calipers.

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All the wheels are straight with no buckles or cracks. One of the wheels has been professionally repaired following some kurb damage on the inside lip and is now good as new.

The wheels have black OZ Racing centre caps on all 4 wheels.

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I'm asking $500 for them ono.

I'm located in Wollongong NSW, for Sydney buyers I can meet you at Heathcoate McDonands to save you a trip to Wollongong or I would be able to post them at the buyers expense.

If you're interested send me a pm.

Clinton.

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