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16x7 and 16x8 ET52.3mm Phone Dials w/ R Compound Tires

I'm selling a set of staggered 16x7 and 16x8 polished late offset Phone Dial wheels with Yokohama A008R 225/50/16 and 245/45/16 tires with a fair amount of treadlife. The wheels do not have any curb rash and are all straight. Might need a little bit of polishing to make them perfect. Very clean set. Also comes with center caps. I am asking $500 plus actual shipping.







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Old 05-13-2008, 07:48 AM
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Any trades? I have some fully polished cookie cutters...Thanks
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I might be open to a trade plus some cash but it all depends upon what you have. If the Cookie Cutters are 15x7 with 23.3mm offset, those are worth about $300 to me. If they have tires, I will need to know what they are before I can put a value on them. Please post info and pics if you get a chance. Thanks.
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15x7s with some 215 Negotiatiors (touring mediocre) with probably 90% tread. In fact I'm not sure if your wheels would bolt on to my 75. I get confused with the early/late stuff. I just like the rotary dial wheels with the rotary engine theme.
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Beautiful set of wheels but I am not sure if they will fit or not. The only way to tell is to pull one of them off and check the wheel offset and part number. Do you have the same size wheels front and rear? Most 911's are staggered wheels.
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Beautiful set of wheels but I am not sure if they will fit or not. The only way to tell is to pull one of them off and check the wheel offset and part number. Do you have the same size wheels front and rear? Most 911's are staggered wheels.
Yeah these are the same 15x7 all around. In fact I'm almost positive I read that your offsets wouldnt fit. Maybe somebody else can chime in. Otherwise I'd love some 16 in staggered phone dials but if only the 15 in fit then I'll keep the cookie cutters for a while.
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If I am not mistaken, the Cookie Cutter wheels should be 15x7 ET23.3mm offset while the wheels I have are 16x7 ET52.3mm offset so in order to use my wheels, you will need to run a 1" spacer. I think you will need to find some early offset wheels in order to just bolt it right in.
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