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  1. #1 Default FS: Porsche Winter Tires + Wheels 
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    I have a set of 4 Porsche (not sure which model) ContiWinterContact tires with wheels. They belonged to a friend who left the country and gave them to me to sell.

    I don't think the tires have even been used, but if they were, i'm sure they were used VERY breifly as you can see from the tread. They also have been stored indoors for 2 years, so I am not sure if they have been affected by that. Also, I don't know if there are TPMS in the wheel.

    I'm not sure what price I should put for them. So i'm going with $400 obo.

    Tire specs:

    ContiWinterContact TS810 S
    TireRack Link: http://www.tirerack.com/tires/tires....ontact+TS810+S

    Front:

    235/40R 18

    Rear:

    265/40R 18


    one of the wheels has a bad curb rash, the other 3 are flawless.

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    Anybody know the lug pattern on these? I know VW guys like to run porsche wheels, but i'm wondering if adapters are needed, or if they are 5x100.. If they are, I might have them sold for you...
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    5x120 they need adapters to run on vw's
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    How wide are the wheels?
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    seems like 9.5 and 10.5? or 9 and 10

    judging by tires
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    little wide for an MK4...
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    Quote Originally Posted by nperkins View Post
    little wide for an MK4...
    a mk4 and ehhh depending on offset ive seen it work...fronts will be tough but rears are wide as fuck...I mean I have 18x8 et13 in the rear and it doesnt rub
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    Quote Originally Posted by Graffix View Post
    ..I mean I have 18x8 et13 in the rear and it doesnt run
    Yup
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    You.... have problems.
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    you have issues.
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    dick...tryingg to help seller
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    If they were 5x112 with a reasonable offset id snap these up in a heartbeat.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nperkins View Post
    How wide are the wheels?
    Sorry i don't have information of the wheels, but If anybody's interested send me a PM, and if you want to come over and take a look at them in Cambridge your welcome.

    Oh, and there are no centercaps if anybody's wondering.
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    Sorry for posting in the wrong section. Mods can you please move it to wheels + tires classified? Thanks!
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    Price lowered to $400 Im sure someone needs atleast the tires..
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    5x120? should work on an e36, e46, e9x BMW too if the offsets don't rub
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    Quote Originally Posted by leemik View Post
    5x120? should work on an e36, e46, e9x BMW too if the offsets don't rub
    Thanks...hopefully someone will jump on these so I can get rid of them before summer
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    so these would fit my m?
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    Quote Originally Posted by dmoney View Post
    so these would fit my m?
    I wish i knew Sorry man..you're welcome to pass by and check them out, or take them and try them on your car.
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    let me know when you are usually available so i can come out and try these on. thanks.
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    I'm free thursday onwards to sunday. Actually I'm free most of the time haha. Ill PM you my number incase you want to come and take the wheels to try and mount them or something. If you guys could tell me how i could measure the offset or something i can try and do that to save you the hassle of coming and being disappointed.
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    It should be stamped somewhere on the inner side of the wheel. Typically it's on the back of a spoke or on the inside of the barrel or something. Sometimes it's elsewhere, but in the case of OEM wheels, there's almost always a stamp somewhere.
    Here's one on the outside of an OEM Porsche wheel
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