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https://vossenwheels.com/wheel/m-x4t/


For sale
Vossen M-X4T
Roughly 300 miles on wheels and tires, package is 3 months old.
Includes Michelin Sport Cup 2 tires and brand new TPMS.



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325/25/20
245/30/20
20x9 et 34
20x12 et 42
Finish in Light Smoke
Can also refinish for additional cost.
Wheel and tire package was Hunter Road Force / Force Matched
Can include hub rings for gen 1 R8's
Also will fit Huracan
Going to center lock conversion.-

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Not much. Pretty lite. I’ll weigh tomorrow. Fully forged.
Removing ahead of schedule.
 

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Wheels are off.
Alignment is 100% stock specifications. Went as far as using factory shims to correct camber.
Since car is daily driven, tire life is a concern. Wheels are flush. No poke and no rub.
Will post up new pics tomorrow.
 

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Not sure Im understanding. Why did u use the factory shims to “correct” alignment? Just curious
 

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Not sure Im understanding. Why did u use the factory shims to “correct” alignment? Just curious
Lower a car, camber values change. Lower an R8, correct camber by using factory shims to dial in camber on alignment machine.
I’m sure 99% of alignments on R8’s are never done correctly.
Increase or decrease camber by adding or removing shims. Located in between control arms and body. Shims are factory.
 

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Sounds good if u can that would be a bonus. More importantly if you could post the offsets it would help determine fitment. Your R8 looks dropped with a track alignment
Figment is flush with fender. No poke. No stretch. Square sidewalls.
 

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Sounds good if u can that would be a bonus. More importantly if you could post the offsets it would help determine fitment. Your R8 looks dropped with a track alignment
Figment is flush with fender. No poke. No stretch. Square sidewalls.
What would fitment be like on a completely stock Gen 1 Facelift V10? Any need for spacers etc?
 

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What would fitment be like on a completely stock Gen 1 Facelift V10? Any need for spacers etc?
Sublime..... No spacers. No poke. Offsets are spot on.
Ill include rear hub-centric rings for Gen 1 cars.
I can ship today. My center lock conversion is due in, want these gone.
-Shawn
 

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What would fitment be like on a completely stock Gen 1 Facelift V10? Any need for spacers etc?
Sublime..... No spacers. No poke. Offsets are spot on.
Ill include rear hub-centric rings for Gen 1 cars.
I can ship today. My center lock conversion is due in, want these gone.
-Shawn
Perfect! And one last question, did you manage to confirm the offset on these?
 

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Perfect! And one last question, did you manage to confirm the offset on these?
Got sidetracked today. I will tomorrow.
Thanks for being patient.
 

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20x9 et 34
20x12 et 42

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