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picked these up recently. they are audi fitment, so 5x112 with 57.1 center bore.

2 have dented lips that have caused a little clear coat damage, but it is easily fixable. there are plenty of wheel places that would have no issue boring out the 57.1 to 65.1.

the center caps arent mint either, but can be replaced for $15 each.

these would probably require about $300 in work to be in great shape and fit a saab.

Tires are 225/40 kumho asx all season with pretty good life left.

Asking $700 picked up/meet up, partial deposit required

 

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After they are bored, what do you use? Wobble bolts, adapter spacers?
wobble bolts, and to be safe i would use a 5mm spacer on the front at least, although you may not need it (i run 8.5 wide wheels now at +27 offset in front and there is enough clearance, but i havent measured exactly how much.

Picked up where???
friend of a friend of a friend had em collecting dust in the back of his shop.

they have the potential to be a pretty sick setup. i had some plans but i may be making a big life move here soon...so may be selling off goodies.
 

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Pretty sure it was meant as where are you?
haha holy crap, i must have been really tired last night.

located in 10940 (NY). i will drive 65-75 miles to meet up.

i am also possibly open to trades for other wheels plus cash on your end.
 

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haha holy crap, i must have been really tired last night.

located in 10940 (NY). i will drive 65-75 miles to meet up.

i am also possibly open to trades for other wheels plus cash on your end.
Well 75 miles will but me about 2 hrs awat that can work. Let me make a few calls about the hub machining and I will PM ya...
 

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Well 75 miles will but me about 2 hrs awat that can work. Let me make a few calls about the hub machining and I will PM ya...
where are you coming from? i thought you were from philly area?
 

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by the way, if someone didnt want to spend money/couldnt find a place to do the bore...

you could take an air grinder and grind out the entire lip, then use a hub centric ring to reduce it back to 65.1, since the bore of the wheel without the lip would be up near 73mm.
 
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