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For Sale: FS: 20" Panther Octane wheels with Kumho 225/35/20" Tires (MN)

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Old 10-27-2009
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FS: 20" Panther Octane wheels with Kumho 225/35/20" Tires (MN)

I'm selling the 20" panther octanes off my ranger. The wheels are in decent shape. They have a little bit of pitting in a couple spots due to the nice florida climate they came from. Tires have inner edge wear from our rangers nice camber curve but the rest I would rate at 80% tread life. With the decent alignment the inner edge wear shouldn't be an issue. The wheels still polish up nice and look good in the sun. They will fit on a bagged ranger with just a slight roll of the fender lip. 20x9.5" with 5.5" of backspacing. Or I believe roughly 35mm of offset.

I'm asking $500.00 obo and am looking to sell them locally. If someone was dead set on paying freight shipping than I might look into strapping them to a pallet and shipping them somewhere.

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do those fit without a spacer?
 
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