15x6" RWD multispoke Aries alloy wheels

Angus242164Angus (@Angus242164) Western Victoria
edited June 27 in For sale
Set of four 940 alloys, 15x6" as pictured. No nuts or caps, a couple of the tyres have a bit of tread, but basically they're unroadworthy, or close to it. Some gutter rash, nothing crazy. Very good overall condition.

These look really good on 240's, will add a pic of some on a 240 when I get a chance.

$120 for the set, located in Ballarat Vic. I might be able to strap them to a pallet and deliver to a freight depot, but would need to charge for my time and might not be able to do it for a little while, so local pickup/Bruce courier is the best option.








  • SpacSpac (@Spac) Canberra-ish.
    FWIW, they're Aries wheels.
  • Angus242164Angus (@Angus242164) Western Victoria
    Bump, price reduced.
  • Can you get the tyres dismounted easily for easier Bruce shipping options?
  • Angus242164Angus (@Angus242164) Western Victoria
    I can get them removed and disposed of easily enough, but it costs me $30-40 to do it, so that cost needs to be passed on to the buyer. As such I will only remove them if a buyer wants it done and is ok paying for it.
  • Yeah, tell me about it... I have 8x mags with old tyres, plus 5x steelies on the car that will need new tyres for rego this year. Two years ago the local garage wanted $14 each to remove tyres + about $4 each disposal fee.

    * That's a grand total of $234 (if they haven't increased their price from 2 years ago)!
    * Recently I bought Supercheap's manual tyre removal machine when it came on sale again for $90. The local council takes old tyres for free.

    So I'm already $144 ahead. And every new set of tyres I'll save at least another 5x $4 = $20 disposal fee (if not more depending on what disposal costs now).

    No one nearby with a similar unit? - https://www.supercheapauto.com.au/p/345858.html
  • Angus242164Angus (@Angus242164) Western Victoria
    Being able to dispose of tyres for free is a luxury, the tip here charges quite a lot to take them, something like $20 each from memory. Not surprisingly, there is no shortage of dumped tyres on the sides of tracks in the local state forests and national parks.

    I'm in the auto industry and am lucky enough to know some tyre fitters who are usually happy to give me a discount from retail to remove and dispose of tyres, but they have to charge for their time of course, so nothing is totally free.
  • Angus242164Angus (@Angus242164) Western Victoria

    Bump, still available.

  • Angus242164Angus (@Angus242164) Western Victoria


  • edited August 7

    Free bump

  • Bump de bump you gotta, oh no!!

  • Angus242164Angus (@Angus242164) Western Victoria


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