2008 Forester Sport XT Automatic
What's up .org, I know this may come as a shock, but the wheels that I purchased not too long ago (in February) I am placing up for sale. Why some of you may ask after I lucked up and found them in an 8 year old thread, simply because I want to go back to my TE37's. To be honest, I am quite surprised no one purchased the TE37's since they could've been used for 5x114.3 applications since I included the Project Kics adapters for them to be mounted on the Forester. Anyway, if you are looking at this thread then you know the rarity of these wheels. They are still in the exact same condition as when I purchased them without any curbage, scratches, bends, or other imperfections since I received them. Also included will be the gold STI lug nuts, TPMS modules, and center caps. (When I received them, 2 TPMS modules were no good but I purchased brand new OEM replacements from Subaru.) They are still in the bag and have not been installed as of yet. (The 5th wheel, I do not know the status of the TPMS module as I never took it out of the box.) Now, onto what you are waiting for. Price is exactly what I paid at $2500 PICKED UP, and $2750 SHIPPED. Again, that is 5, not 4 wheels, TPMS modules, lug nuts, and center caps. I WILL NOT be accepting any trades, trades plus cash or anything else along those lines as I will be going back to my TE37's. Let me finally say, if they DO NOT sell as was the case of my TE37's I will happily keep them. If I ever do decide to sell my Forester, they or the TE37's will be on the vehicle when I do. I actually had interest in these previously, but the potential buyer did a 5x114.3 conversion on their car. Lastly, if you did not know already, they are 18x8 +48 and do clear Brembos as the last 2 pictures shows them mounted on my car. (Tires are NOT included FYI.) Please shoot me an e-mail at [email protected] with interest or text me at Two 0 One, Seven 2 Five, Two 6 Six 3 with questions. Those are the best and fastest forms of contact in case I don't log in to check PM's. Anyway, on to the pictures.