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tobyboom 09-17-2012 09:20 PM

For Sale: Bogart Drag-On Fly Drag wheels with M & H Racemaster Slicks
 
Your Location: Fort Worth, Texas

Item Description: For sale is my old drag wheel setup. The wheels are 15x8 Bogart Drag-on Fly wheels. If you are interested in these, I don't even need to explain them as you know how extremely light and strong they are.
The tires are M&H Racemaster full drag slicks sized 23x8.5x15. They have been used for roughly 25-30 passes down the strip with NO John Force burnouts. Just quick heat up/clean off burnouts only. You can see the wear indicators in the pictures and there is a TON of life left on these. These have always been stored in climate controlled areas and have ZERO signs of dry rot.

This combo has been tested and WILL CLEAR SVT BRAKES no problem. I will include all of the lugnuts and washers used for mounting as well.
New, the slicks are $202 EACH... The wheels usually sell for $600-800 for the pair

Asking/Offering Price: $450 SHIPPED to your door (plus paypal fees) price good through Monday 10-22

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Big Body 09-18-2012 12:14 AM

thats a good deal! wish i needed something like this! GLWS

tobyboom 09-18-2012 11:04 PM

Bump

focusmaniaczx3 09-19-2012 07:03 PM

i would really like to run something like this but im going to try my luck running some mustang cobra wheels 17x9 first. a bit heavier im sure but it might work if they dont rub my struts. free bump for an extremely good deal

tobyboom 09-19-2012 07:28 PM

17x9 for slicks huh??? Have fun with that. THey don't make a slick that will work in 17"... Unless you're talking about drag radials, and even then you are just wasting your money.

_Auricom_ 09-19-2012 10:09 PM

hot damn!!! ... ive been looking for new wheelz(15x7.5 to be exact) this is better ... pm sent.

focusmaniaczx3 09-20-2012 07:24 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by tobyboom (Post 4363535)
17x9 for slicks huh??? Have fun with that. THey don't make a slick that will work in 17"... Unless you're talking about drag radials, and even then you are just wasting your money.

really? ive not shopped for slicks yet but surely you can get them for 17x9s. and no im not wasting my time with radials. already went that route on some 7.5 inch BFG DR's and was very disappointed with them. my best time on my 18x7.5s with some no name brand corsa street tire was 1.9 on the 60ft and i spin the radials worse than the 18s even if i have heat in them. why would there not be slicks for 17x9s though? that is a very VERY popular wheel size on mustangs and we all know how much they get dragged.

focusmaniaczx3 09-20-2012 07:44 AM

well crap on a stick i cant find any slicks for any wheels bigger than 16s. well that sucks, i guess if those cobra wheels fit and dont rub too bad ill just find a decent street tire and use them for daily's. otherwise im sure i can unload them on craigs list pretty easy.

tobyboom 09-20-2012 12:04 PM

For slicks, you want the smallest possible diameter of a wheel. That gives you the most sidewall possible on the slick and therefor more room for wrinkle. The ideal wheel size for our car would be a 13x8 with a 24 or 26 inch tall slick. But getting a 13" wheel to fit is a miracle.

focusmaniaczx3 09-20-2012 05:59 PM

well thats nice to know... sooo have you sold these yet?


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