need these gone! price is OBO
Thinking about selling my CCW's widest set of wheels that i know of on a b6/b7
Reason: Love the wheels to death, but have a new color combo im feeling so another set of CCW's should be on the way soon but then again wouldn't mind keeping them so just throwing up a feeler.
The wheels and tires, have less than 3 weeks and under 400 miles on them. One of the inner barrels has a little scratch in it from hitting the shock ( i have adjustable shocks so i moved the shock down and now the rim clears the shock)
What is included in this sale:
Fronts - 18x10.5 et38 2.5in lip
Rears - 18x11.5 et 38 3in lip
Dunlop Direzza DZ101
CCW Stainless Steel Lug Bolts (used for 1 day about 20 miles)
Break down of them new:
CCW Classics Street - 2,700.00
Tires - 664.00
Finish (Machined Clear) - 175.00
Inner Barrel (Polished) - 150.00
Total Brand new: 3,689.00 (And you have to wait about 4 weeks build time)
3k as is
This does not include shipping
These wheels are not just bolt on. You will have to do a little modding NOTHING MAJOR to get them to fit, the fronts fit with NO problem but the rears need a tiny tiny bit of work. if you have a widebody or rs4, with 5mm spacer on the rear youll be fine and will not need to do anything.
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Last edited by fatbrembos; 10-07-2012 at 12:29 PM.
These wheels are gorgeous!!! Wish I had the dough to pull this off on my b6 S4. I guess that .5" makes a difference that much in the rears. What kind of rear work we're you suggesting for anyone that has a b6/b7 who would pick this up?
Good luck on the sale bud. I definitely got it on my radar.
be €pic 4SeasonTuning Fifteen52 rotiform "Baseball is ninety percent mental and the other half is physical" -- Yogi Berra
on the passenger side, you have to push the filler hose back into the car (in other words unbolt, take the shield off and then bolt it back on but by rerouting the hose behind the bolt, and not aligning the mounting point with the bolt) also youll need to grind your lower ( i forget what its called) but the piece of metal that holds the spring (sorry for the horrible description).
thats pretty much it. If anyone local wants this set then i can gladly do all the work for them