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Old January 28th, 2013, 07:29 PM
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Talking F0R Sale Bitches: HRE 20" P40SC rims for Porsche 991 (New 911)

Since I have my Bentley, my barely used perfect condition 20 inch HRE rims are now for sale. Paid $6400, give me 5k and you can put them on your new Porsche 911. These may fit the new Cayman/Boxer. They are staggard 8.5 in the front, 11 inches in the rear. Best part is the way these are milled they line the tire up to the fender so you don't need Porsche spacers. Looks more aggressive and gives you more stability. Use your stock 20"tires. Tires not included sorry. Located in South Pasadena / Los Angeles. Cheers!
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Old January 28th, 2013, 07:33 PM
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I'll take them if they'll fit on my lifted crown victoria.

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Old January 28th, 2013, 07:48 PM
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will they fit the D90? lol...
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Old January 28th, 2013, 07:50 PM
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Them Posh wheels? Lol
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Old January 28th, 2013, 07:58 PM
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Old January 28th, 2013, 08:01 PM
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No those aren't scratches, its the grease they use to mount lo pro tires to the rim. These pics are from the day I had them installed. Horsey asked me the same exact question last year. If you guys aren't familar with HRE rims, they are pretty much the baddeset rims you can buy for your car. They are made in San Diego California and are TUV rated. Also comes with both white/blue/red and grey/white/silver caps depending on your mood.
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I find this offensive...

This should be in the mud pit.
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Old January 28th, 2013, 08:12 PM
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annnnnnd they cost more than my 110 did
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These should attract attention on http://www.6speedonline.com/
Or www.renntech.org
It's difficult to get your money back on high speed rated rims because so many issues that you couldn't see with just an inspection. You'd have to really trust the seller and be able to return them should there be a hairline fracture warping etc. these rims are strong, but all it takes is one curb or pothole and its all over (you wouldn't see the damage)

Though I'm sure Neil's wheels only cruised the strip low-n-slow stalking beaitches, so there's probably nothing to worry about here.
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Thats like equivalent to 100 boost rims
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Thats like equivalent to 100 boost rims
I wonder how many defenders you could skin with 100 boosts melted down and rolled into sheets...
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You might be better to list them on Rennlist.com or Pelicanparts.com
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Old January 28th, 2013, 10:09 PM
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is that curb rash?

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you better hope so ... the alternatives are a much less attractive proposition ...

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No those aren't scratches, its the grease they use to mount lo pro tires to the rim. These pics are from the day I had them installed. Horsey asked me the same exact question last year. If you guys aren't familar with HRE rims, they are pretty much the baddeset rims you can buy for your car. They are made in San Diego California and are TUV rated. Also comes with both white/blue/red and grey/white/silver caps depending on your mood.
they look like those fake chinese boosts ...
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Wow - used wheels sure hold their value in LA!
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Wow - used wheels sure hold their value in LA!
HREs normally do.. good wheels.
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I will give you 10 for them, only because of your amazingly professional ad.
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I will give you 10 for them, only because of your amazingly professional ad.
Well, there's an interesting first post on a 2+ year old thread.

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Maybe it will bring Neil back from the dead?
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