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Old 01-28-2013, 12:13 AM   #1
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FS: Fikse FM10 - 18x8.5 ET32 and 18x9.5 ET43 with 7/32 Yokohama Tires

I have a set of Fikse FM10 's for sale. The fronts are 18x8.5 ET32 and the rears are 18x9.5 ET43. Tires are Yokohama AVS Sport with roughly 7/32 - 6/32 thread depth all around. Tires are 235/40/18 front and 265/35/18 rear. They are practically brand new. Recently had the wheels balanced on a road force balancing machine, so everything is ready to go.

The wheels have fairly minor wear. The original clear coat on the wheels are starting to fade/chip, so you can get them redone or just strip the clear coat off and polish them up. I tried taking detailed pictures of the clear coat fading, but the wheel is so reflective, it was a bit hard to do. Wheels are sold as-is. Feel free to come by to check them out or request any specific pictures.

Asking $1950 for everything.

1st wheel:

2nd wheel:

3rd wheel:

4th wheel:

This 4th wheel had the inner barrel crack and was professionally repaired. Does not leak and balances out fine.

Some pictures of it on a E36 M3 sedan. Center cap is not on the front wheel in the pictures, but I do have it and it is included.


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