FS: OEM silver wheels, Sparco Pro Corsa wheels (blk)

Discussion in 'Fiesta ST Parts for Sale' started by kamakazee, Oct 12, 2014.

  1. kamakazee

    kamakazee Active Member

    Up for sale are a couple sets of wheels. Both are in great condition with no curb rash.

    The OEM wheels have no TPMS sensors but do include the oem Bridgestone tires with approximately 5,000 miles.
    Price for this set is $350.

    The Sparco Pro Corsa wheels (17X7.5, 40 offset) have the tirerack TPMS sensors but for some reason the dealers aren't able to activate them. Center caps included as well even though they aren't in the picture. Wheels also include Sumitomo HTZ II tires (215/40-17) with approximately 6,000 miles.
    Price for this set is $550. (SOLD)

    Price is firm. Please note that this is for local pick up only. Feel free to let me know if you have any questions.
    Tony (714-612-8367)

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    Last edited: Oct 24, 2014
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  3. kamakazee

    kamakazee Active Member

    Sparco Pro Corsas are SOLD!
  4. Ariel Garcao

    Ariel Garcao New Member

    Do the 215/40-17 Sumitomos rub at all with the sparco pro corsas? Assuming your car isnt lowered. Interested in this set up looks very sleek!
  5. kamakazee

    kamakazee Active Member

    My car is currently lowered on H&R springs which drops the car 1.2 front, 1 inch on the rear according to the manufacturer. The set-up does rub on hard cornering, including going over big bumps and dips during turns. The rubbing only happens on the front. The 215-40 shouldn't rub on stock suspension. Lowering more than 3/4 inch will probably rub. I would recommend 205/40 if plan on doing a set-up similar to mine. Sumitomo tread width is fairly narrow compared to other summer performance tires.
  6. Ariel Garcao

    Ariel Garcao New Member

    So would stock suspension setup with the 215/40 be good? i prefer the 215 over the 205 because it just gives a 'fuller' look. Or would I be better off just going with the stock 205/40 setup
  7. kamakazee

    kamakazee Active Member

    If you're sticking with stock springs, I'd go with the 215/40 since it does look better on the 7.5 inch wide wheel (Sparco Pro Corsa). Just my personal opinion though.
  8. Golfguy11800

    Golfguy11800 Member

    If I printed you shipping labels and scheduled a pickup would you let me buy your OEM's out of state?
  9. kamakazee

    kamakazee Active Member

    Just know that the oem Bridgestones are still mounted on the wheels so I wont be separating them. If you are willing to print out shipping labels for each wheel and give me time to find boxes to package them securely, I'll be more than willing to ship out of state. Let me know if that works for you.
  10. juanpabloxd

    juanpabloxd New Member

    Hey Tony. Still have the OEM wheels?

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