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MDiddy
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MDiddy Oct 25, 2:23am - #308594 
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FS: FS - Axis Supermesh 19x8.5 5x100 *CHEAP*

What's up guys. I'm a VW owner and just recently found out you Celica owners have the same bolt pattern as us, 5x100. Figured I'd give selling my wheels a shot over here. Here's the deal...

4 Supermesh in 19x8.5... NO TIRES! All four wheels have marks on the lips that can be EASILY buffed out. Was told this by 2 shops. 2 wheels have some curbage, and 1 has a tiny bend but holds the bead just fine... Good cheap set of wheels for refinishing (Was given a quote of 250.00) or to roll around on for now...

Here's the close up shots of the wheels when they're dirty as hell:

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Pic of the small bend. Barely Noticable...

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Here's some of the wheels cleaned up and looking much better...

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Asking for 900.00 plus shipping!!!! That's a LOW price!

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Veilside Celica GTS Oct 25, 2:36am - #308595 

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lilchief Oct 25, 3:29am - #308596 

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do not get the rims!!! the pattern is the same the the lug nuts the way they screw in to the car is different trust me my friend has a jetta and we realized it. So do not get the rims if you got a celica.

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MDiddy
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MDiddy Oct 25, 4:39am - #308597 
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Originally Posted by lilchief
do not get the rims!!! the pattern is the same the the lug nuts the way they screw in to the car is different trust me my friend has a jetta and we realized it. So do not get the rims if you got a celica.


Does that make any sense???? confused

As long as it's the same bolt pattern and E.T (35mm), they will fit NP...
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silver Oct 25, 5:07am - #308598 
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Originally Posted by MDiddy
Originally Posted by lilchief
do not get the rims!!! the pattern is the same the the lug nuts the way they screw in to the car is different trust me my friend has a jetta and we realized it. So do not get the rims if you got a celica.


Does that make any sense???? confused

As long as it's the same bolt pattern and E.T (35mm), they will fit NP...


There are different styles of lugs available.
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lilchief Oct 25, 5:35pm - #308599 

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oh ok it might be different lug nuts avalible. All i know is the ones that my friend have does not fit my car.

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daekyu1974 Oct 25, 7:54pm - #308600 

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Originally Posted by lilchief
oh ok it might be different lug nuts avalible. All i know is the ones that my friend have does not fit my car.


I put in my 18" to the VW Jetta from celica and it fits fine. Just need to get different lug nuts that's all.
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MDiddy
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MDiddy Oct 25, 11:26pm - #308601 
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These use conical seat lugs. Your stock lugs or the lugs your friend had were prolly ball seat. If you use ball seat, they'll work themselves out evetually.

These WILL fit Celicas though!
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MDiddy Oct 26, 6:56pm - #308602 
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iggy Oct 26, 7:05pm - #308603 
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Here are some photos of some I have been looking at. No close ups like you have tho and that really counts. thumbsup

Your price IMO however thumbsdown
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iggy Oct 26, 7:08pm - #308604 
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iggy Oct 26, 7:10pm - #308605 
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MDiddy Oct 27, 11:46pm - #308606 
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Originally Posted by iggy
Here are some photos of some I have been looking at. No close ups like you have tho and that really counts. thumbsup

Your price IMO however thumbsdown


What's wrong with the price???? confused

These are easliy 1350-1400 new...
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Rocketman Oct 28, 12:27am - #308607 

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Originally Posted by MDiddy
Originally Posted by iggy
Here are some photos of some I have been looking at. No close ups like you have tho and that really counts. thumbsup

Your price IMO however thumbsdown


What's wrong with the price???? confused

These are easliy 1350-1400 new...


If they weren't scraped up and bent then yeah...Great Price! However, if they were so EASILY buffed out why not do it before you try to sell them? I mean, wouldn't that fetch a better price? confused
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MDiddy Oct 28, 3:21pm - #308608 
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Originally Posted by Rocketman

Originally Posted by MDiddy

Originally Posted by iggy

Here are some photos of some I have been looking at. No close ups like you have tho and that really counts. thumbsup

Your price IMO however thumbsdown


What's wrong with the price???? confused

These are easliy 1350-1400 new...


If they weren't scraped up and bent then yeah...Great Price! However, if they were so EASILY buffed out why not do it before you try to sell them? I mean, wouldn't that fetch a better price? confused


You can see from the pics the spots aren't bad. Not even visible from 5 feet away. Something (I dunno what since I bought them like this) splashed onto the clear on the lips and left some light marks. I took them to my buddies body shop when I first got them and he wet sanded and buffed a few out from me. I was going to do the rest later, but wound up getting a different set of wheels, so I never bothered.

And true if I did do the lips, they'd fetch a better price. However, I would then charge 1000.00 instead of the 900.00 because they'd be in better shape.

My price, IMO, is not unreasonable at all. New, these cost 1350-1400, depending where you go. For mine, with the 250.00 quote I was given to refinish, would cost 1150.00. Even if it costs you 350.00 to refinish, they'd still be cheaper. You do the math...

What is unreasonable about that??
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qt1ncelica Oct 28, 9:48pm - #308609 

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Originally Posted by MDiddy

Originally Posted by Rocketman

Originally Posted by MDiddy

Originally Posted by iggy

Here are some photos of some I have been looking at. No close ups like you have tho and that really counts. thumbsup

Your price IMO however thumbsdown


What's wrong with the price???? confused

These are easliy 1350-1400 new...


If they weren't scraped up and bent then yeah...Great Price! However, if they were so EASILY buffed out why not do it before you try to sell them? I mean, wouldn't that fetch a better price? confused


You can see from the pics the spots aren't bad. Not even visible from 5 feet away. Something (I dunno what since I bought them like this) splashed onto the clear on the lips and left some light marks. I took them to my buddies body shop when I first got them and he wet sanded and buffed a few out from me. I was going to do the rest later, but wound up getting a different set of wheels, so I never bothered.

And true if I did do the lips, they'd fetch a better price. However, I would then charge 1000.00 instead of the 900.00 because they'd be in better shape.

My price, IMO, is not unreasonable at all. New, these cost 1350-1400, depending where you go. For mine, with the 250.00 quote I was given to refinish, would cost 1150.00. Even if it costs you 350.00 to refinish, they'd still be cheaper. You do the math...

What is unreasonable about that??


I just sold my rims.. and i sold them for 1400 with tires... and they were in excellent condition.. 900 for the rims alone??? thats just crazy.. bring down the price.. if anybody wants these rims i can get them for 1000.. just the rims brand new!!! hit me up smile
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CaLiGTS Oct 28, 9:55pm - #308610 

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MDiddy Nov 3, 7:32pm - #308611 
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Up again!
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MDiddy
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MDiddy Nov 4, 7:18pm - #308612 
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Ok guys... Best offer takes them.
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MDiddy Nov 8, 12:18am - #308613 
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