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Old 03-13-2013, 01:18 PM
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SSR Type F Gold Rims 18"

Selling my set of SSR Type F Gold rims.
18x9 +50 5x114.3
Nitto summer tires 225/40ZR18. 70-80%.
Carbon Fiber SSR center caps.

No bends, cracks or anything more than light rash.
18.6 lbs each according to SSR.
Rims are balanced & sitting in my basement.

$1400 offers & trades entertained.
Ideally looking to trade for some 18x9.5+ or cash is always nice.
Other trades still entertained, lmk what u got.
Located in Malden
Text/Call me anytime 617-849-4760

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If these were off of a subie the center bore won't work on an RX-8.
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I actually never had them on my car, but curious as to why not?
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I think the center bore of the subies is like 66mm and the center bore of an RX-8 is 67.1 so the center bore would need to be larger to fit.
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Actually i just checked and the center bore of a Subaru appears to be much smaller at 56.1 for older models and 67.0 for newer models so still too small.
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Lol, well.. They are coming off an Evo IX and they are 5x114.3. I appreciate it but all assumptions aside, I'm sure they will fit but anyone in question is more than welcome to test fit.
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Seriously 9k? The center bore on the SSR's is 79.5 mm. You can use a hub ring to get them hub-centric for the RX8...

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Seriously 9k? The center bore on the SSR's is 79.5 mm. You can use a hub ring to get them hub-centric for the RX8...

Seriously? I dunno, is that common knowledge? He didn't list the center bore, just that they came off a Subaru and I know Subaru wheels don't fix the RX-8. Is that the case for all SSR's? If so that is good then they will fit. But I know that most wheels do not all have the same center bore. I know of two guys who bought BBS and CCW's and the center bore had to be machined out to fit. I would hate for someone to buy these assuming the center bore works and then have to pay $200.00 to have the bored.

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Just looked, it appears the Type F does have a universal center bore of 79.5. But I would verify that, you never know if info found on the net is accurate and SSR doesn't list anything that I can find, they only state the Type C and Type F have different center bores. If it is larger then the buyer would only need the right sized rings.
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They will fit!!! Don't think so hard, might give urself a headache lol. Did I mention I'm willing to allow test fitting? BUMP.
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