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Post  lewis1641 on Mon Feb 28, 2011 11:02 pm

hi. thinking of a change on my mk2 so either selling the boxster wheels that are on there or my recently aquired design 90's so which ever sells first will go, what remains will stay!

the d90's are in reasonable condition. not good enough for shows but well up to scratch for a daily driver (i can have them powder coated and lips polished for extra cash though...) fronts are 6x16, et52, rears are 8x16, et52

looking for £300 as they are or £550 with fresh powder coat in the colour of your choice and polished lips



boxster wheels. near mint. think there are about 5 tiny marks from changing tyres but no kerbing. they are in original paint and are in very good condition. tyres are all 205/40/17's and have around 4mm tread but are nothing special. fronts are 7's and rears are 8's. cant recall offsets off the top of my head but they are suitable for use with adapters (think fronts are 52 and rears 48)

£250 delivered wheels only, £350 with tyres

for £175 i can have them professionally powdered front and rear in a colour of your choosing


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Post  jonny54 on Wed Mar 02, 2011 6:05 pm

I am interested in the boxters. Got my mot tax and service to contend with this month though so will be a while until i can afford.

Whats the proper name for the adapter to fit them to a mk4 golf, im going to see how much i can get those for!
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Post  lewis1641 on Wed Mar 02, 2011 11:40 pm

hi no worries, give me a shout. they are usually called pcd adapters. you'll need 5x100 to 5x130 and i'd recomment 15mm to keep the offset around et30

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Post  jonny54 on Wed Mar 09, 2011 7:50 pm

hey man, sorry but i just checked the price of the adapters and i cannot afford to buy both the wheels and adapter. i think im going to try and find somthing that will fit right on if i can

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Post  lewis1641 on Thu Mar 10, 2011 12:21 am

no wasted time at all. the design 90's are doing pretty well on ebay so looks likely these will be staying for a while anyway. thanks for keeping me up to date - its kind of helped me decide to keep them!

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