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Qty 2 BBS CH-R-111 SPO 19x11.0 et 56 ($680 each Retail) Qty 2 BBS CH-R 112 SPO 19x12.0 et 45 ($690 each Retail) Qty 2 Pair H&R 25mm wheel spacer/adapter

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Old 04-06-2011, 10:14 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Qty 2 BBS CH-R-111 SPO 19x11.0 et 56 ($680 each Retail)
Qty 2 BBS CH-R 112 SPO 19x12.0 et 45 ($690 each Retail)
Qty 2 Pair H&R 25mm wheel spacer/adapter Porsche 5-130 to Nissan 5-114.3 5-605662 ($189.50 each Retail)
Qty 20 BBS Motorsport Black Aluminum Porsche racing lug nuts ($5 each Retail)

Total Retail cost $3219 before tax & shipping $2200 Shipped

These wheels, spacers and lug nuts are brand new in original boxes. I ordered it all for my 2009 Nissan 370Z Coupe but will also fit other years/models including 350Z, G35/G37 Coupe etc..

Front setup 19x11.0 et 31 (can use 245/40/19 to 275/35/19 front tire)
Rear setup 19x12.0 et 20 (can use 275/35/19 to 315/30/19 rear tire)

Can meet up with local LA/OC customers if pick-up preferred. Will accept paypal and ship Fed Ex Ground fully insured if not local. Can also supply mounted and balanced with tires if needed.



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Been getting PM's asking how these will fit, here is a comparison of how these will sit compared to other width wheels...

The fronts will fit same as:

19x9.0 et 6
19x9.5 et 12
19x10.0 et 18
19x10.5 et 25

The rears will fit same as:

19x10.0 et -5
19x10.5 et 1
19x11.0 et 7
19x11.5 et 14
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Those are very nice. If I had some disposable cash, I would go for it.

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I wish I had a picture of how these would "sit" on the car! I would be interested!
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Wow and all the research is done too. Wide wheels are soooo hot, I wish I had the money. GLWS!
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I wish I had a picture of how these would "sit" on the car! I would be interested!
I wish I could see it on a Z too. Really interested.
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Here's a cool video about how these BBS wheels are made:

YouTube - BBS Wheels - Manufacturing & Technology
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Obviously we won't find any pictures of these exact wheels and a Z unless someone can photoshop them for us?

Here are some pics on other cars showing how they look...











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Some of the reasons I chose these specific wheels are:

1. BBS quality and attention to detail

2. The ONLY 19x11/19x12 combo I could find in correct fitment that meets my quality/style standards and still fits into my budget.

3. CH-R are a flow formed, light weight wheel that's easily replaceable and very durable. I know that if a wheel is damaged or stolen I can trust BBS will have spares on hand for years to come since it's their newest and most popular wheel.

4. CH-R has a removable stainless lip that looks cool and protects the outer lip from minor scratches and curb rash. This can be peeled off and replaced or left off at any time saving the hassle and expense of wheel repair.

5. The Porsche CH-R wheel is different from all other CH-R in BBS line up:
a. They have larger pcd & larger center cap area
b. They don't have the "motorsport" writing etched around the center cap (I think it's much cleaner look this way)
c. The 19x12 Porsche rear CH-R has the MOST concavity of any BBS wheel. Even more than the limited edition 20x10.5 low offset GTR CH-R which I held side by side with these. The concavity of the GTR 20" CH-R is more similar to the 19x11" front Porsche CH-R wheels.
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as per your calculation, wheels will poke out right?
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these are so nice, I'd probably swap for my volks.
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as per your calculation, wheels will poke out right?
With a 9.5 width +22 front and 10.5 width +12 rear in 19 is pretty flush. This is the "perfect" fitment.

The OP posted these measurements for comparison.

The fronts will fit same as

19x9.5 et 12

The rears will fit same as:

19x10.5 et 1

It looks like it will poke only 10mm which is pretty close to 3/8 of an inch so just the edge of the lip. These should look great with a just a small bit of negative camber. Someone feel free to chime in and correct me if I am wrong.

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