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PROTRACK ONE racing wheels - 4x100, 5x120 various sizes/ colors

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    PROTRACK ONE racing wheels - 4x100, 5x120 various sizes/ colors

    UPDATE 2/19/2020

    Pricing $$ - (excluding shipping/ tax)

    15x8 - $135.60 each
    15x9 - $150.00 each
    17x7.5 - $164.64 each

    Click image for larger version  Name:	protrack one black.jpg Views:	47 Size:	31.7 KB ID:	9906268

    Available sizes

    8.0 x 15 ET20 - 4x100

    8.0 x 15 ET30 - 4x100

    9.0 x 15 ET20 - 4x100

    9.0 x 15 ET30 - 4x100

    7.5 x 17 ET20 - 4x100

    9.0 x 17 ET30 - 4x100

    7.5 x 17 ET30 - 5x120

    wheel weight range from 14.5 - 16.9 lbs

    These wheels are not sale in the USA currently. I reached out to PROTRACK wheels and they said they would like to participate in a US group buy. The shipping on a single set of wheels wouldn't make much sense for an individual buyer. If we can get 10 buyers for a set of wheels each the crate/ pallet shipping cost could save everyone $$$ -

    The final prices haven't been determined yet but we're hoping to keep the price under $200 per wheel = shipping

    If you seriously interested in purchasing a set of these wheels, leave a comment with your desired:

    SIZE
    OFFSET
    COLOR
    STATE or ZIP for shipping

    CHECK OUT

    https://www.pro-track.de/wheels/Protrack-ONE/

    https://protrackwheels.com/en/wheels/track/one


    you can find all of the technical specs on their website.

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    Click image for larger version  Name:	protrack bmw 15x9 et20 protrack.jpg Views:	39 Size:	59.4 KB ID:	9906270
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    Last edited by Dr Dill; 02-19-2020, 08:44 AM.

    #2
    Are they cast or flow formed?

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      #3
      Originally posted by othatseric View Post
      Are they cast or flow formed?
      The PROTRACK ONE track edition wheels are flow formed according to their website

      "The wheel is available for motorsport applications in sizes 15", 17" and 18" with strength or parts certificates in anthracite, black, silver, white and gold (depending on size).

      From a jaw width of 9.5 inches, the wheel is produced using the flow forming technology."

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        #4
        any specs on the wheels on the red coupe?

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          #5
          Too bad there is no 16". I think it's the ideal size on an e30

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            #6
            Any updates on this. I am also interested on the specs for the one on the red e30
            Originally posted by blunttech
            Levent guzzles vanilla hazelnut creamer like its my semen
            :shock:

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              #7
              Red coupe says 15x9 et20.

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                #8
                very nice looking wheel
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                88 325iS - In pieces
                91 e34 - Totaled by some dumbass
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                  #9
                  They look very close in design to my Advanti Storm S1 wheels. What weight? Mine are ~10lbs each wheel without tire at 15x8" Sent from my SM-G973U using Tapatalk

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