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    Work XD9 18x10 +18 with brand new 225/35 tires

    I have my eye on a new set of wheels and these need to go! I just put on new nankang ns20 tires a couple weeks ago and they have maybe 300 miles on them. The wheels themselves have about 10k on them, I bought them brand new last summer. I can separate tires if you want and that way I can put the wheels in the original work boxes if I need to ship them. Looking to get $2100 obo plus shipping if need be. I'm located in Wichita so meeting halfway to KC shouldn't be a big deal.

    Anyway, here's some pictures




    I also have my old set of 235/40 r18 falken 512's for sale. $150 takes them, they have slight camber wear but nothing too sketchy.

    Please contact me via email or call/text, I never get on here!
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    Oh, they're 5x100 if you didn't know from being on a bugeye.

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    Nice setup, GLWS
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    What's it take to run these on a bugeye?

    Overall comfort? Can you still drive aggressively without rubbing?

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    Quote Originally Posted by aksc View Post
    What's it take to run these on a bugeye?

    Overall comfort? Can you still drive aggressively without rubbing?
    unless you have 16K rear spring rate I'd think no aggressive driving and if i had 10 inch wide rims they'd have 305-315 tires on them
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    Quote Originally Posted by page2334 View Post
    unless you have 16K rear spring rate I'd think no aggressive driving and if i had 10 inch wide rims they'd have 305-315 tires on them
    16k front, and 14k rear

    And it takes a little work to fit them, I'm at about -3.25* up front and -2.5* in the back with 225/35 tires. I drive like a grandma though.
    No rubbing either with my ride height and tire size too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by marshall6285 View Post
    16k front, and 14k rear

    And it takes a little work to fit them, I'm at about -3.25* up front and -2.5* in the back with 225/35 tires. I drive like a grandma though.
    No rubbing either with my ride height and tire size too!
    thats what i figured
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    Still for sale bump

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    Quote Originally Posted by page2334 View Post
    thats what i figured
    But in my defense, I drove the same way when I was on my 17x7.5 +48 te37's, which was a very functional setup. I'm no racecar driver.

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