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early 944 15" cookie cutter wheels

Early offset 15 inch cookie cutters with BFG traction T/A tires. Tires have OK tread, but are starting to weather check.

$200 + shipping

PM or email camarosrule@hotmail.com if interested.


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Looks like the part numbers are 911 361 023 50

Which is a 15 x 7 with 23.3mm offset
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Had some interest in the wheels already with people asking or more pics.

Below is a pic of each wheel. All I did was use some glass cleaner around the lips, these wheels have NOT been thoroughly cleaned.




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Bump, still for sale
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location ?
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Bump, anyone know a cheap way to ship these?
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Remove the tires and ship them via greyhound express. Cheapest way to send anything large. If the tires are checking, they are trash anyway.
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Greyhound will ship with the tires mounted but in the case of those you're probably best off tossing them anyway.
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