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SSR GT-7 Wheels
17x8.5
5x114.3
+35mm offset

These things are 18lbs each and retail for close to 400 EACH when you could buy them. They are discontinued.

Comes with hub centric rings

$700 Shipped

Vendor shipped me one wrong center cap, and cannot get the GT-7's anymore but you can buy 3 more of the "SSR" caps from TireRack. 16 bux each.

Some how I managed to scratch one of them and you do not even notice it unless 3 inches from it. It's just a scuff in the clear coat of the wheels.

These were on my Evo for 50 miles at most. They are not wide enough for what I am doing with he car. I need 18x9.5 or 18x10's for the rubber I want to use.

Same bolt pattern as the FA5 which I have as a DD so figure I would try here.

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I have no pics of them mounted sorry guys.

Trust me I don't want to see them go for 700, but I need to move on with my race car and season is starting. My loss your gain.

I really want to see these go to someone who will use them as they are intended for AutoX or Roadrace. SSR makes an awesome wheel.

Here is the car I am campaigning this year: ( Evo )

Se7enMotorsports 2009 Racecar
 

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I have absolutely no idea. You'll need to research your offset and etc. The bolt pattern matches as I put a set of 275 Hoosier slicks from my evo on my civic for shits and giggles.

If the offset is ok then you are golden.
 
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