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      06-23-2019, 11:34 AM   #1
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I have a set of Apex EC-7 in Hyper Silver for a 1 series. (2) 18x9.5 et 58 and (2) 18x8.5 et 45. Tires on the rears are Federal 595R that have at least 2 more seasons left on them and fronts are brand new pirelli nero gt's. Finish is perfect on the wheels zero rash and they were ceramic coated last winter.

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price seems kind of steep. there's a guy couple post down selling the exact same wheels and tires for less than half your asking price.
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I agree, very steep ask. I would love the set but for much less. how much was the ceramic coat? What color are they? no posting photos?
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I agree, very steep ask. I would love the set but for much less. how much was the ceramic coat? What color are they? no posting photos?
Thanks for the bump, I updated pricing. I actually had the whees done when i did my car last winter. was part of the agreement. So cost wasn't stand alone. I paid $800 to have the car paint corrected and ceramic coated.

Cleaning these is easy now, just wipe them with a dry cloth and **poof** they are clean.
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Interested. Several questions.

1. How long have you had them?

2. Pedantic question but... I assume you mean "race silver"?

3. How did they end up with different tires? I am less interested in the tires but understand they are a package.

4. I estimate shipping (my zip 98346) at probably $40 a tire if you do the two pieces of cardboard and lots of tape method. Does this match your expectations?

5. Did you use spacers in the front? Apex site recommends 5mm spacers.

Thx!
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Interested. Several questions.

1. How long have you had them?

2. Pedantic question but... I assume you mean "race silver"?

3. How did they end up with different tires? I am less interested in the tires but understand they are a package.

4. I estimate shipping (my zip 98346) at probably $40 a tire if you do the two pieces of cardboard and lots of tape method. Does this match your expectations?

5. Did you use spacers in the front? Apex site recommends 5mm spacers.

Thx!

Sorry for the delay in response.

1. 3 years now.
2. Yes Race Silver
3. Only needed 2 at a time. Matching tires is not important to me, and I only needed 2 when I was ordering. With my driving habits, Rears wear out much quicker than the fronts
You can get another season out of the rears. If I keep them I plan to.
4. This seems accurate to me
5. I do not use spacers, but its tight. I would recommend the smallest spacer you can find. 2mm would be enough to make sure you don't have a tire rub.
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