19 inch Brand New Chrome Alloys

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  1. shafster

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    i'm selling my brand new rims that i ordered a while ago for my 200sx but never got round to fitting as i sold the car. they are slightly too big for my new mr2 :(

    they are a set of four, boxed and ready to go.

    £799 buyer welcome to collect from derby

    Bolt pattern : 5 x 114.3
    Size : 19 x 8.5 (front) & 19 x 9.5 (rear)
    Offset : 32mm (front) & 35mm (rear)
    Lip size : 2.5" (front) & 3" (rear)
    Finish : Chrome

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    BLING BLING :p :thumbs:
     
  3. shafster

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    these have been sat in the garage for over a year now. still brand new and unused as i havent had a car to put them on. price is a bargain £599
     
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    MK2 MR2? The dont fit? I hae the sae size wheels on my MR2!

    Tempting!
     
  5. shafster

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    well for a start a 215 tyre will loook too stretched on a 8.5 inch rim as anything wider than that tyre wont fit the suspension and secondly a 8.5 inch rim with a 32 offset will stick way past the arch..... this coupled with the fact that i sold my mr2 last year!
     
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    ah fair enough, I am running over fenders so they will fit if anyone with a MR2 fancies them!
     
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    i still wouldnt recommend them for an mr2 as the bigger the wheel, the more an mr2 tramlines..... i had some wide wheels on a previous mr2 turbo and it wasnt fun to drive on uneven roads

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