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      10-05-2012, 05:02 PM   #1
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fs: volk re30 club sport brand new . 18 x 9.5 , 18 x 11 (5x 120)

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up for sale are these

BRAND SPANKING NEW VOLK RE30 CLUB SPORTS!! 5 x 120 ( for m3 and other bmw)

the picture dont do justice for these wheels , they are freaking awesome

i was gonna keep them but now i need money for something else.

18 x 9.5 + 22 off set front 5 x 120 ( will sit flush )
18 x 11 +18 off set rear 5 x 120 ( will sit flush )

these will fit agressive and they will sit flush in the front and rear ( I have the te37 10.5 22+ offset in the rear and they dont really sit flush yet, but these will be the perfect offset for those who want the aggressive look)

I PAID $3180 FOR THESE . (RETAIL PRICE $3400 )

asking $2900 obo . please dont low ball me.

i m located in el monte ca 91733 / 16264872157

you can come check these out in person . i can also ship to anywhere in the lower 48 states for $140 )

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fuck me... those are soo damn beautiful... GLWS bro!
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Wow those look nice!
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thx guys !!
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What are the tire options?
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      10-06-2012, 11:20 AM   #6
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What are the tire options?
you can use 255 or 265 in the front , the rear u have to use 285
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      10-08-2012, 01:50 AM   #7
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What finish are these?
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FFFUUUU why must they be 18s????
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      10-08-2012, 11:24 AM   #9
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What finish are these?
hi

these are kinda like brush gunmetal .
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FFFUUUU why must they be 18s????

get a set of 18s for the track
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These look great. GLWS!
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These look great. GLWS!
thx man
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get a set of 18s for the track
I would daily these wheels in a heartbeat but I can't figure out tires for that sizing
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      10-08-2012, 04:32 PM   #14
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I would daily these wheels in a heartbeat but I can't figure out tires for that sizing
u can use 265 18 35 front , 285 18 35 rear RS3 hankook

and i just soo happen to have these on hand too lol
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u can use 265 18 35 front , 285 18 35 rear RS3 hankook

and i just soo happen to have these on hand too lol
PM me, let's work something out...
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I went through a tire sizing dilema with these same wheel sizes. See my signature for what I ended up running with. I love PSS but I wish 295/35 or 305/35 was available for the 11" wheel. Other options include Hankook RS3's (265 / 285 (nothing larger than 285 available), Nitto NT05 (275/35, 295/35) or Michelin PS2's (275 or 265 front, 295/35 rear).
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I went through a tire sizing dilema with these same wheel sizes. See my signature for what I ended up running with. I love PSS but I wish 295/35 or 305/35 was available for the 11" wheel. Other options include Hankook RS3's (265 / 285 (nothing larger than 285 available), Nitto NT05 (275/35, 295/35) or Michelin PS2's (275 or 265 front, 295/35 rear).
I'm in the same dilemma, I want to run the PSS but they don't make 265/35 295/35. I don't like Nitto, and the PS2 cost over $1600... Seems like the 265/285 combo is best as it will keep the factory .6" stagger in height but will be .4" shorter all the way around which isn't necessarily a bad thing.... I just want the 'stretch' on the tires to be the same front to rear
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I'm in the same dilemma, I want to run the PSS but they don't make 265/35 295/35. I don't like Nitto, and the PS2 cost over $1600... Seems like the 265/285 combo is best as it will keep the factory .6" stagger in height but will be .4" shorter all the way around which isn't necessarily a bad thing
The other option, which would be a little aggressive for the street, would be Toyo R888's. They are available in 275/35 and 305/35.

My 285/35 PSS's look stretched on 11" wheels but not over the top stretched. I don't mind the fitment.
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The other option, which would be a little aggressive for the street, would be Toyo R888's. They are available in 275/35 and 305/35.

My 285/35 PSS's look stretched on 11" wheels but not over the top stretched. I don't mind the fitment.
I would but the M is my daily and I would kill those tires way too quickly. Also, I dislike Toyo on the same level as Nitto
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I would but the M is my daily and I would kill those tires way too quickly. Also, I dislike Toyo on the same level as Nitto
rs3 are good for daily , u get around 10k miles on them if u dont go too crazy

i use them all the time lol.
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I would but the M is my daily and I would kill those tires way too quickly. Also, I dislike Toyo on the same level as Nitto


maybe toyo and nitto perform a little better

but nothing beats the rs3 on price+performance

thats why i use them for the streets too.
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bump !
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