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Imperial 09-19-2010 07:22 AM

OEM 19" NISMO wheels by RAYSŪ (From 370Z Nismo)
 
I'm putting out a deal similar to what Trooper has done previously... A straight swap, my Nismo Ray's for the OEM optional polished forged wheels by ALCOA from Nissan's accessory list for the 370Z balanced and mounted on my car at your cost with Eibach 15mm Pro-Spacer kit. I keep the tires and TPMS for the new wheels unless you want to pay for their replacement as well. I'm planning on having the ALCOA's powder coated prior to mounting so a patient individual would be highly preferred as I would need to keep my wheels until I can have the new set mounted. The wheels are in perfect condition, for pictures simply look in my album,

This deal is highly negotiable so feel free to hit me up.

SerG35ei 09-19-2010 08:16 AM

I think the wheels that you want will cost quite expensive, since they are from the list of original accessories...
If you decide to put Nismos for sale, let me know. I would gladly bought them :)

Imperial 09-19-2010 09:27 AM

Prices vary among the vendors but I believe they're in the range of $420-450 a pop plus tax.

aadosx 09-19-2010 03:53 PM

lol GL..

Jeffblue 09-19-2010 04:16 PM

that sounds pretty involved. btw, your tires are no longer balanced if you have the sensors removed. the buyer would have to install new ones or new valve stems and then have the tires rebalanced. Sounsd to me like it would be simpler to just buy the ALCOA wheels and sell your rays.

Jamaica2G 09-19-2010 04:32 PM

So basically you want someone to pay $1700-1800 plus tax for the wheels
+ tire & tpms removal &
+ mounting & balancing on your new wheels...
+ a set of 15mm spacers
+ shipping to wherever the buyer lives?

you want $2100+ easily for the wheels alone? Dang

ZPirate 09-19-2010 04:54 PM

I purchased Trooper's Nismo wheels and what you are asking someone to do is quite a bit different if they have to wait for you to get the new wheels powdercoated.

Red__Zed 09-19-2010 07:37 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Jamaica2G (Post 727564)
So basically you want someone to pay $1700-1800 plus tax for the wheels
+ tire & tpms removal &
+ mounting & balancing on your new wheels...
+ a set of 15mm spacers
+ shipping to wherever the buyer lives?

you want $2100+ easily for the wheels alone? Dang

:iagree:

Imperial 09-19-2010 09:07 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Jeffblue (Post 727551)
that sounds pretty involved. btw, your tires are no longer balanced if you have the sensors removed. the buyer would have to install new ones or new valve stems and then have the tires rebalanced. Sounsd to me like it would be simpler to just buy the ALCOA wheels and sell your rays.

The valve stems would be transferred over to the Alcoa's so the buyer wouldn't have to purchase me replacements. I want little or no out of pocket expense on my part for this deal which is why I ask what I do. I'm in no rush so it's really a matter of how much the buyer wants these wheels.

Imperial 09-19-2010 09:11 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Jamaica2G (Post 727564)
So basically you want someone to pay $1700-1800 plus tax for the wheels
+ tire & tpms removal &
+ mounting & balancing on your new wheels...
+ a set of 15mm spacers
+ shipping to wherever the buyer lives?

you want $2100+ easily for the wheels alone? Dang

Still way cheaper than retail.

Imperial 09-19-2010 09:15 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ZPirate (Post 727587)
I purchased Trooper's Nismo wheels and what you are asking someone to do is quite a bit different if they have to wait for you to get the new wheels powdercoated.

I may have the powder coating done at a later date if the buyer can't wait for it.

Mike 09-20-2010 08:49 AM

I bought a set of nismo wheels for 1300 outright without any hassles, so thats just for comparison sakes.

m4a1mustang 09-20-2010 10:21 AM

I don't see how you'll get anyone to go for this deal. You're better off buying the wheels yourself and then selling the Rays to offset the purchase price.

A set of used Rays in good condition only fetches $1200 or so.

Also, the Alcoas are butt fugly in person!

FuszNissan 09-20-2010 10:23 AM

:facepalm:

Imperial 09-20-2010 12:10 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Mike (Post 728278)
I bought a set of nismo wheels for 1300 outright without any hassles, so thats just for comparison sakes.

That's great for you but I believe in your case the seller wanted a no name set of wheels which is not the case for me. I'd much rather keep my stock Ray's than replace them with cheaper wheels.


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