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SOCAL: OZ Racing Fittipaldi's 16x8

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    SOCAL: OZ Racing Fittipaldi's 16x8

    Good day Gentlemen.

    Here I have a set of 4 genuine OZ Racing Fittipalidi's.

    Info:
    Legit 3 piece wheels.
    16x8 all around.
    5x120 BMW fitment.
    et17
    Caps with emblems
    Polished lips
    Graphite centers
    Graphite bolts

    Wheels are trued and straight.


    Technicalities:
    Minor wear on the lips that are easily repairable if you mind.
    The centers have been removed for refinish and paint.
    Centers have been repainted.
    Caps have been repainted.
    Bolts have been refinished and repainted.
    New OZ Racing emblems have been put on.

    The bolts are snug, but NOT TIGHTENED to spec whatsoever.
    You are responsible for torquing them down.

    The lips have never been removed.


    Sale:
    Asking $750 or best offer for the set of 4 +tools.
    (+shipping on your dime)

    Included in the sale will not only be the wheels and caps, but also the spoke impact sockets you will need to tighten the bolts. The sockets are 8mm and 10mm impact type sockets. These are worth $50 alone.





    Located in 91745 and/or 92530 depending where you want picked up.
    Socal.
    Last edited by ak-; 07-26-2010, 11:39 AM.

    1991 325iS turbo


    #2
    G/L with the sale. These wheels look great on E30s.
    -tim
    Originally posted by Jordan
    I like the stance
    -Coining hip terms since 10/9/03

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      #3
      Oh how I love the fact that I'm now going to be able to run 4x100 or 5x120 wheels at my discretion. This must be how bisexuals feel when they get to the club.

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        #4
        Would need the adapters and then 205s I think... could be fun...

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          #5
          Originally posted by dinanm3atl View Post
          Would need the adapters and then 205s I think... could be fun...
          With my adapters, I'd be at ET+3. I think I'd need a little more than a fender roll... lol.

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            #6
            PM sent Abby.

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              #7
              Originally posted by Janderson View Post
              With my adapters, I'd be at ET+3. I think I'd need a little more than a fender roll... lol.

              you would be fine. I run et5 on my 16x8s with a 205/45 and Im dumped on coils. et3 wont be too much different




              Taylor
              Need a performance chip for you BMW? Shoot me a PM and I'll get you taken care of!!
              Taylor- Follow me on Instagram @e30_fiend


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                #8
                Originally posted by Janderson View Post
                With my adapters, I'd be at ET+3. I think I'd need a little more than a fender roll... lol.

                16x8 et 20 w/ 225.45.16 fits nicely. Perfect almost. So 205s et-3 shouldn't be bad.

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                  #9
                  It would be +3.

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                    #10
                    What?

                    20mm adapter/spacers correct? Et17 + 20mm spacer is et-3.

                    If you put a 10mm spacer to run rear contours on the front of an E36 M3 you go from 17x8.5 et41 to et31. At least that is how I understand it.

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                      #11
                      Originally posted by dinanm3atl View Post
                      What?

                      20mm adapter/spacers correct? Et17 + 20mm spacer is et-3.
                      It's my understanding that when the centerline of your wheel comes out past the mounting plane of the hub face, that is positive/high offset.
                      Last edited by Jand3rson; 06-11-2010, 11:53 PM.

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                        #12
                        Originally posted by Janderson View Post
                        It's my understanding that when the centerline of your wheel comes out past the mounting plane of the hub face, that is positive/high offset.
                        et17 means that the mounting surface of the wheel is 17mm offset from the centerline of the wheel toward the outside of the wheel. So in this case, a 20mm adapter does nothing to the WHEELS offset but it does effect the mounting offset. Do you get what Im saying?? Adding a spacer to the wheel doesnt change the offset of the wheel. The wheel is still et17 but with a 20mm spacer/adapter the mounting offset or"fitment" would be et-3.

                        Understand what I mean?




                        Taylor
                        Need a performance chip for you BMW? Shoot me a PM and I'll get you taken care of!!
                        Taylor- Follow me on Instagram @e30_fiend


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                          #13
                          Originally posted by Philo View Post
                          G/L with the sale. These wheels look great on E30s.
                          Thanks :P

                          Originally posted by E30_fiend View Post
                          you would be fine. I run et5 on my 16x8s with a 205/45 and Im dumped on coils. et3 wont be too much different




                          Taylor
                          Originally posted by E30_fiend View Post
                          et17 means that the mounting surface of the wheel is 17mm offset from the centerline of the wheel toward the outside of the wheel. So in this case, a 20mm adapter does nothing to the WHEELS offset but it does effect the mounting offset. Do you get what Im saying?? Adding a spacer to the wheel doesnt change the offset of the wheel. The wheel is still et17 but with a 20mm spacer/adapter the mounting offset or"fitment" would be et-3.

                          Understand what I mean?




                          Taylor
                          Thanks for the clear up and I'll be texting you tmrw.

                          1991 325iS turbo

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                            #14
                            Yes a spacer doesn't technically change the offset. It changes the backspacing but essentially it is a -3 ET.

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                              #15
                              negative offset is low offset. Think big dishy wheels and drifters. Positive is the normal one

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