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    IForged TE10 19" wheels GT3, 996T

    I've got a set of IForged TE-10 (Track Edition) wheels for Porsche. Make me a reasonable offer, I would like to sell quickly and not drag it on.

    Here's a link from when the wheels were sold originally:
    FS: 19" iForged wheels and tires

    Front: 19x8.5 20lbs
    Rear: 19x11 23lbs

    Offset:
    Front +43
    Rear +50

    Center caps not picture, but they do come with all 4 IForged centercaps in silver.

    Just had them painted Gloss Black in order to sell. They were previously Baby Poop Brown and I didn't figure anyone would buy them.


    Full disclosure, one rear wheel developed a crack at the base of a spoke and the barrel. It was professionally repaired and has been driven on for the last 3yrs with no issue at all. Wheel balances fine, drives fine. Only issue is cosmetic because they repaired it in the safest way possible (not the prettiest). I've got pics that should show what we're dealing with. But I ran the wheels for a long time and never thought twice about it. (In fact bought the wheels like this)

    I havn't shipped wheels before, but I figure it can't be more than $35 a wheel to ship. Maybe less.

    Here are pics, please ask if you want to see anything else.

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    Stage 2 or 2.5 E9X M3 S65 V8 supercharger kit for sale
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    Thanks, I get the impression there's way more Bimmer's here than Porsche's, but worth a shot I guess.

    Also have K24 Turbo's and an RPi GT 3" Exhaust for sale.

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    There are but the only way to get more Porsches is for more Porsche discussion plus Google will still show this Click here to enlarge
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    Stage 2 or 2.5 E9X M3 S65 V8 supercharger kit for sale
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    Its apparent those art professional welds not just by the spray paint job but the nonuniform ripple in the weld. Since the spray paint didn't get a even cover onto the bead, its extremely likely to leak like a corroded bead. You will not be able to seat a tire on a rough uneven bead. Rims are no different than body work you you always flush grind a weld to the project surface.

    My guess is that there is a larger weld that the one on the spoke. After searching i found out i was right and this guy is asking $2000 on Craiglist for these broke pieces of $#@!. He said reasonable price he doesn't want to drag it on, come on you hipocrit.

    My advice go to a salvage yard if you want cheap rims, $15 -$50 apiece depending on the yard and wheel material.

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    Well then...
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    Stage 2 or 2.5 E9X M3 S65 V8 supercharger kit for sale
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    I would prefer to not even validate your post with a response, but I'm not going to just leave open-ended libel on the internet. (Might need to look that word up, since you don't seem very intelligent).

    1.) Since you did some research I'm surprised that you did not find my F/S ads on two other popular websites that showed ALL pictures. I'm not trying to hide anything. If you had found those perhaps you would also have seen where I stated that I personally drove on the wheels exactly the way they are for over a year.

    2.) It's great that you're such a welding expert. However there are different types of welds pal. This weld was not ground down because grinding A.) weakens the structural integrity of the weld and B.) allows pinholes which can leak. Don't you think that I would prefer to have a large weld like that look pretty?? Don't you think I might prefer even more to have my wheel remain structurally sound and not leak? I chose the latter.


    You have ONE post on this website so you basically joined to bash this ad?

    You were wrong..........so that sucks for you.

    You can't spell hypocrite.

    If you have an issue with something in the future you should take it up privately so that you don't have to get slapped like a little $#@! publicly as I just did............

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