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Old February 1st, 2009, 06:31 PM   #1
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19" MOMO gtr rims. 19x8 and 19x9 staggered. BNIB

hello guys. as some of you may know i had momos on my car previously. i had 19x8 all the way around and then gave those to my cousin and picked up the gramlights and some other wheels in between.

I ordered a set of staggered momo gtr's and never got around to putting them on. their still brand new in the box. 19x8 front and 19x9 rear. 38 offset all around and 5x114.3

these rims cleared my rotoras perfectly. they are 2 piece made in italy and go for a good amount.

these can fit 6th gens with a few modifications and will fit 7th gens and tl's, cl's etc also.

Asking for 700 picked up or 850 shipped. shipping could be less and i will refund the difference if there is any. if you want tires i could provide that also if it helps the sale.

thanks. if someone wants these wheels 19x8 all the way around i can try to locate two more wheels. they should be the same price. if they would cost more than 700 for a set ill let you know at that time.








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theres how they look with 235/35/19 falkens. in this pic all the rims are 19x8.
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Old February 1st, 2009, 09:39 PM   #4
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there is a girl who comes to my gas station and her car looks exactly like urs.. funny i even asked her if she ever posted here..

bump for cool wheels
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im located in CA. that girls accord has been spotted and someone took a picture of it and posted it here. they may have even asked her if she was a member hahahaha. so i know you your referring to.
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Old February 22nd, 2009, 01:50 AM   #7
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bump still for sale. cant beat this deal. 2 piece made in italy wheels. clears BBK'S.
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Old May 6th, 2009, 10:06 PM   #11
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local members that are serious can try these on. i can get them mounted.

and please for the member who said he can get these brand new with tires for 850 bucks, please go out and buy 10 sets for me right now. ill give u 860 a set so you can make 100 dollars profit
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I can get these for 800 w tires.... free bump
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Old May 28th, 2009, 03:33 PM   #14
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bumpidy bump.
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Old May 28th, 2009, 05:41 PM   #15
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local members that are serious can try these on. i can get them mounted.

and please for the member who said he can get these brand new with tires for 850 bucks, please go out and buy 10 sets for me right now. ill give u 860 a set so you can make 100 dollars profit
people like that are people who run nexxen, wanli, sunny, diamondback,ling long or other or other BS tires that only allow you too look like you know what you are doing.

Bump for the sale......
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Old May 28th, 2009, 07:21 PM   #16
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for real.

I mean its one thing to bs to someone who doesn't know anything about tires or wheels. But My family has been in the business for many many years. I myself have been selling since i was 16 so im somewhat knowledgeable about what stuff costs wholesale etc.

If someone off v6p wants my used ones or some new ones, i will give them an UNBEATABLE deal with whatever tire they want. Pick out the cheapest or most expensive tire with this package and i will make it worth your while to purchase.
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Old May 28th, 2009, 07:23 PM   #17
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oh and out of that list nexen can now he taken out. their quality is far surperior to any of those other brands listed. they have really stepped it up lately.

Wanli is trying to do the same. but they have a nasty reputation that follows them. ling long. lol no comment. I could write a book about those tires.

Sunny is very hit and miss. same problems as wanli. but they are getting better.
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wish these were 18s =/
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ehhhh for this price their cheaper than most 18's.

let me know if u want em
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im gonna photoshop these on my car and see what they look like.

These look good and its a good price too
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Buy them Kevin and then paint them...
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Old May 28th, 2009, 11:36 PM   #23
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why photoshop when ill let u try them on in person?
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Old May 28th, 2009, 11:38 PM   #24
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i was thinking of powdercoating the faces on one of these. but never did. maybe i will in the future.
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bump for some sweet wheels...
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oh and out of that list nexen can now he taken out. their quality is far surperior to any of those other brands listed. they have really stepped it up lately.

Wanli is trying to do the same. but they have a nasty reputation that follows them. ling long. lol no comment. I could write a book about those tires.

Sunny is very hit and miss. same problems as wanli. but they are getting better.
i agree, nexxen is trying. They are where kuhmo was 5 years ago, but you are talking to someone who runs RE-760s for winter tires and RE-11's during the summer. I have seen more sidewall separation from nexxen then any other brand of tire.
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Old May 29th, 2009, 12:26 AM   #27
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that sucks that your tires are seperating. wanli and linglong had that problem HARDCORE a few years ago but since then they have tried to resolve that issue. Just a few years ago sooooo many new untested brands were popping up. now people are more aware and companies are trying to make changes which is better for everyone.
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that sucks that your tires are seperating. wanli and linglong had that problem HARDCORE a few years ago but since then they have tried to resolve that issue. Just a few years ago sooooo many new untested brands were popping up. now people are more aware and companies are trying to make changes which is better for everyone.
it was not my car or tires. ..... it was tires that i have seen on other peoples cars, or just walking though a parking lot. You know how it is, your in the business. You walk through a parking lot and look at other peoples tires.

I work for bridgestone, so i see and hear all sort of horror stories. I have always run falken or brigestone, some Michelin and kuhmos tossed in there as well. I think a lot of the issue is that many people want the look (large diameter, low profile) but don't know how to 1) drive 2) maintain their tires or car 3) combo of the previous, but toss in limited funds. I should not be blaming the tires solely. the operator has significant factor in how a tires functions. But like i said, and you are probably the same way. not everyone is educated in this area, and not everyone can afford potenza's or other highline tires.

sorry to go off on a tangent. again... awesome wheels, good quality.. those would look sick powder coated flat gunmetal.
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Old May 29th, 2009, 02:49 AM   #29
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hahahha no worries.

so do you work at a retail loction or behind the scenes? alot of tires i see that come in cracked were run on very low air pressure or were driven flat. for some reason people think its ok to drive on a visibly flat tires for 20 miles to the nearest tire shop and assume it can be fixed.

My favorite people are the BMW owners who can't believe that the 19" tires on their previous bmw hit for over $1000. hahahaha. then there are the guys who drive vipers and can't believe the cost of their 19" tires.

Majority of these people are 2nd owners who bought their cars used and want the image of having money but honestly they can't even afford the correct maintenance on their once top of the line automobile.

pretty interesting sometimes at work though. EVERYONE comes in to get tires sooner or later so you get to meet all types of people.

have any funny interesting stories? id love to hear em
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I work in a retail location, but my primary job is dealer commercial accounts. I could go on for days........ with stories. Some people think preventative maintenance is cheaper when you ignore the suggestions. The best one is " my tire blew out" tires don't just blow out. Operator error, neglect or failure to maintain your tires.
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