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Hi Guys

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Looking for anyone with after market bodykits that dont need their OEM side skirts. Would prefer silver but any colour woul be ok as can be resprayed.

Had a bit of an accident on a mount on a road.

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Mike


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Hey Dude

Was in Mosman in a tight street filled with those silly things the council spends money on to slow traffic instead of fixing roads. Made a sharp turn and mounted the passenger side onto a corner - lucky the damage is under so not visible unless you know.

The car being quite low you can imagine the pain I was in :headshake: Oh well sh%t happens - just checking my options

I've seen a few that need to come off & have seen a few ppl advertise for sale as they have no use for them.

Cheers matey
Mike
 

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The Wheels are Zenetti Fusions

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Nice wheels Mike - very clean and **** that profile on the tyres looks small.
I love mesh style wheels. I reacall seeing the Zenetti Fusions when I was at Tempe tyres.
I'm guessing that they're 19" and you've droped the suspension a tad? If 19", I would have expected the rear wheels to have filled the arch out a little more (check the last pic). What offset is it?
 

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Thanks matey

Yeah they are 19 x 8.5 in front and 19x9.5 rear
tyres are 245/35 front and 275/30 rear

H&R lowering springs

The offsets are totally wrong - but I thought the wheels suited the car so much that I didn't care - will be investing in some 20mm spacers one day ;)
 

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The offset and mount disk type (if they have them) is what determines how far out the wheel goes not the diameter. Being in a little in is better than a little out as you do have the option to use spacers providing your insurance company doesnt mind, should you chose to tell them.
 
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