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      07-06-2007, 12:08 PM   #1
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Iforged Black Emotion Reverse Lip 18"

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BRAND NEW IFORGED EMOTIONS 18x9 (245/35/18) front 18x10 (275/35/18) rear with BRAND NEW Toyo T1R. Include tires mounted and balanced as pictured. I was going to use these on my car, retail is $3700 plus for these and i'm letting them go for $2700 shipped.




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These should sell quick. Bump for a good price....
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very nice
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Thanks guys new price $2500 shipped, won't go any lower that this. Please PM me with any questions.
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Sold,

Thanks Kevin. Will get the wheels out today.
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      07-16-2007, 02:13 PM   #6
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Sold,

Thanks Kevin. Will get the wheels out today.
Thanks for the great deal

Can't wait to get these on. I'll post up some pics once they are on my car.
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Thanks for the great deal

Can't wait to get these on. I'll post up some pics once they are on my car.
Grats! If you are coming off RFT's, you are going to freak on the grip these Toyos have. I love mine. Can get a bit noisy on funky cut asphalt/crete.
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Grats! If you are coming off RFT's, you are going to freak on the grip these Toyos have. I love mine. Can get a bit noisy on funky cut asphalt/crete.
Thanks, I cant wait to get these babies. 2500 shipped for brand new I-Forged with brand new Toyos. Not too shabby, I gotta say Thanks again Rob

I've got Sevas S-Stars on now with Kumho Ecsta SPT which I have been very happy with, but from what I've read about these Toyos it seems most folks rate them right up there with PS2's and going down to 18's might make for a little softer ride as well.
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Thanks, I cant wait to get these babies. 2500 shipped for brand new I-Forged with brand new Toyos. Not too shabby, I gotta say Thanks again Rob

I've got Sevas S-Stars on now with Kumho Ecsta SPT which I have been very happy with, but from what I've read about these Toyos it seems most folks rate them right up there with PS2's and going down to 18's might make for a little softer ride as well.
Plenty wet in FLA also. I have no fear with the Toyos. RFT's just made me squirm when cornering in the wet. I am going to have to toot my deal a bit. 19" BBS RS-GT's black diamond, T1R's with about 1k miles on them.......$3300. He ordered some "hush hush" DPE's. Be careful w/ your new babies. Yesterday morning. Carefully backing up...scrape..6" rash rear passenger. Later in the day.....scrape...11" front driver. I had trouble sleeping.
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Dang, thats a smoking deal on some beautiful BBS's

Wow, that's gotta hurt getting 2 major curbs in one day. Your bio-rhythms must have been off or something. I've been pretty careful and lucky avoiding curbs on my last couple sets of wheels. I don't know about those RS-GT's but if you have a polished AL outer you can actually repair it yourself usually. You start with a small metal file and file down until the bumps are gone then you move on to sand paper then finest grit wet sand paper and finally AL polish and it actually looks new again except that there is a slight depression where you removed the damaged metal. ALternatively you can get it professionally repaired but they just do the same thing I just said or you can buy new outers (RS-GT's are multi-piece aren't they?)
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Dang, thats a smoking deal on some beautiful BBS's

Wow, that's gotta hurt getting 2 major curbs in one day. Your bio-rhythms must have been off or something. I've been pretty careful and lucky avoiding curbs on my last couple sets of wheels. I don't know about those RS-GT's but if you have a polished AL outer you can actually repair it yourself usually. You start with a small metal file and file down until the bumps are gone then you move on to sand paper then finest grit wet sand paper and finally AL polish and it actually looks new again except that there is a slight depression where you removed the damaged metal. ALternatively you can get it professionally repaired but they just do the same thing I just said or you can buy new outers (RS-GT's are multi-piece aren't they?)
Thanks. I am going to do it. They are multi but I am a DIY guy if possible. I usually let things go but this is bugging the crap out of me because I am VERY careful. Poop happens!
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