Sacrificing for the baby or need to put oil in the tank?
These are real deal original brabus "blades". I've been hoarding these for a few years, waiting to get a car with fenders big enough to run them. Made in West Germany, they're super rare in this size for the age. 18x9.5 ET26 all around, 5x112, you can wobble bolt/nut these onto a 5x114.3 car. If you've clicked this link, you know what they are, so don't bother lowballing me. They're straight and in structurally in great shape. They've got clear coat issue's, and one has a little rash. They definitely need to be painted or powdercoated. One of the center caps has a ding in it, could be easily tapped out with a little time and thenright shaped hammer. The tires are worn and unusable.
Shipping is on you, pick up is in Rochester nh
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The following pics are not my car! But the wheels are e same size and specs...
Last edited by mr sarcastic; 07-12-2012 at 02:45 PM.
Just like most wheels, you can safely machine off 5mm from the inside hub. But you have to be careful how much offset you want to add. I test fitted these on my mk5 and a 10-15mm higher offset would have created an issue in the rear with the gas filler neck. The fronts would be rubbing the strut. Most wide wheels are low et like this to avoid those issue's.