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FS 16” Bronze Konig Dekagrams 4x108 with 205/45R16 Firestone Firehawk Indy 500 tires with TPMS - Sold

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Reposting. This time properly with username verification.

I recently traded in my Fist and need to get rid of my summer setup.

16” Gloss Bronze Konig Dekagrams with 205/45R16 Firestone Firehawk Indy 500 tires with TPMS
These were purchased in May and have less than 1,500 miles on them. They are in mint condition. Only driven on the street, never tracked. The tires also come with Discount Tire’s refund/replace warranty that is good for 3 years. I will provide paperwork upon purchase. Tire pressure sensors are also included.

$850 OBO $800 - Pickup only. I’m located in Minneapolis but I don’t mind driving several hours to meet up if you’re in a surrounding state.

Sold to 1eecom

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The sensors were purchased in May from Discount Tire when I bought the wheels.
Phenomenal deal, unfortunately unless I start buying scratchers I’m not about to have to that amount laying around GLWS.


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Nice deal and super cool story bro on the Michigan meet up.

New owner is going to love these. I did the same but with the BFG Sport Comp 2's and downsizing the wheels is the best thing I did to this car.
 


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Nice deal and super cool story bro on the Michigan meet up.

New owner is going to love these. I did the same but with the BFG Sport Comp 2's and downsizing the wheels is the best thing I did to this car.
Could not believe we would only be 30 minutes apart. Worked out great. Looking forward to a little softer ride.
 


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Ok. Now that I have these tires, I forgot to ask Dean what tire pressures to run on the 16” wheel. Anyone know if I just run stock pressures still?
 


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Congrats on getting this setup! [thumb]

The bronze Dekas DO look GREAT on the Magnetic FiSTs!! [wink]

I have 205/50-16 Neo Gens on mine, and run them really high pressure, even on the street in winter, like 46 front 43 in back, but don't go by me, as I'm definitely the exception as far as pressures go, and I'm trying to make up for the lost turn-in with the taller/mushier side walls. LOL

I am sure that those with the 205/45s will chime in with some good pressure advice. [:)]
 


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Congrats on getting this setup! [thumb]

The bronze Dekas DO look GREAT on the Magnetic FiSTs!! [wink]

I have 205/50-16 Neo Gens on mine, and run them really high pressure, even on the street in winter, like 46 front 43 in back, but don't go by me, as I'm definitely the exception as far as pressures go, and I'm trying to make up for the lost turn-in with the taller/mushier side walls. LOL

I am sure that those with the 205/45s will chime in with some good pressure advice. [:)]
I think I’ll stick with stock pressures for now. Trying to get a better ride so those higher pressures would be overkill I think for me. First ride I really could tell the difference. I’m only at just under 6k miles anyway so stock tires may be my auto cross beaters till they are worn out.
 


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On that size tire, I would also stick with the factory pressures, maybe even a hair under them, for street use.
 


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