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Old Mon, Jun-23-2014, 04:27:28 AM   #1
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Default Apex EC-7 18x10 et33 w/ 265/35/18

Offering these for sale before I install R-comps on them. Trades for 18x9.5 squared sets also considered.

18x10 et33 square set of Apex EC-7 in race silver. Bought new last year. Mint with the exception of a small knick on one wheel. No bends / no vibrations. Pictures shown with 15mm spacers on the rear. Not included in sale.

265/35/18 Federal 595 SS. About 3 thousand street miles on them, rotated many times (every time they came off for track events). 2013 DOT date. Showing signs of camber wear, no less than 6/32 of tread anywhere on the tires. Tires also for sale separately.

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Default Re: Apex EC-7 18x10 et33 w/ 265/35/18

Is any camber needed to fit the 265 up front?
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Is any camber needed to fit the 265 up front?
I had stock front strut mounts with rolled fenders and PSS10's almost as low as they go with no spring or fender clearance issues
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MIght be interested in these.
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