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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 12-16-2011, 04:33 PM Thread Starter
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Tires and tires+wheels

First up I have some barely used "Maxtrek Ingens A1" 215/45/17 W rated tires. Less than 5k on them. They are a summer tire, good in rain, surprisingly descent in dry (Taking into account I am spoiled with always running extreme tires). They are very stable at high speed, comfy, a very nice tire indeed.

They came brand new from the dealership with the purchase of the car. I am sporting winters now and will buy a more extreme summer only tire. So this needs to go.

Maxtrek Ingens A1 215/45/17 more info:

MAXTREK




Actual pix and as you can see even the logo is still visible on the middle tire thread:








Asking Price: 300$ for all four







Next up I have wheels and tires that have been used for two summer seasons.

These are one of the top dry/summer tires on the market period. Quite costly brand new too. Kumho Ecsta XS 225/50/R16 W rated tires. Great for autocross, track and spirited driving. Absolutely phenomenal performance for a non-R comp. The tires still have plenty thread considering they are a low thread tire.

The wheels are 16x7 Borbet sport edition with a PCD of 108x5. The PCD fits Ford Taurus, Volvos and Jaguars. If I recall an offset of +33? Weighed 18lbs. Borbet are sleek designed high quality made in germany wheels.

These were on our Ford Taurus. The tires were one important bit in the setup I put into this once a piece of crap boat car to now a total sleeper. On a private course the car is insanely stable cornering high speed corners at 140-180km/hr Fully built suspension/etc... On a lowered taurus, the rear must be slightly rolled. For volvo and jaguar, they have large arches I doubt you'd need to roll or pull anything.

Reason for sale, going with a more extreme 17" setup in summer










Asking price: 400$
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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 12-16-2011, 04:34 PM Thread Starter
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Oh yeah and the PCD is 108x5 and the reason for me posting here is ive found out alfa romeos run this and i thought this would help somebody So help me sell it VERY sticky setup...
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Sorry to inform you, but Alfa Romeo's have a 4x108 bolt pattern.

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post #4 of 5 (permalink) Old 12-18-2011, 08:39 AM Thread Starter
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aaaaaaaaaw snap

You sure you guys dont have 5 luggers LOL
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post #5 of 5 (permalink) Old 12-21-2011, 03:22 PM
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The Alfas that are 5 lugs are 5 x 98...
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