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19" White Deep Dish Rims With New Tyres


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up for sale are 4 x 19 x 9.5" deep dish rims. they were originally alloy and have BRAND NEW NEVER DRIVEN been professionally spray painted white. i fitted BRAND NEW NEVER DRIVEN BRAND NEW NEVER DRIVEN $700 on nexen tyres to them. they alone cost me $700. selling due to they did not fit m $700 r33 gtst and i have since sold the car.

the offset is +40

tyre size 245/35/R19

stud pattern 5 x 114.3

FOR PICTURES PLEASE MSG 0433 793 100

photos will not work on this site for some reason

for sale for $800 non negotiable! contact Nikita on 0433 793 100 Pickup from Maroubra

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I dont know the make sorry...was given the rims as alloys by the mate I bought my car from...he sprayed them before I had even seen them...so im not sure about the brand...as for the pictures it is easiest.to msg my number or alternativly leave ur email address and I will.send phktos..thanks

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