RSR R703 Cast wheels

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So I have the opportunity to purchase 2 - R703 21x9 et38 and 2 - R70321x10.5 et 40 wheels wrapped with Vredestein 265/30/21 and 305/25/21 Ultrac Vorti R tires.

I have never heard of the tire brand. They have about 2500 miles and include the TPMS sensors.

Price is $1700.

Would this be a good deal?

I'm not sure I like the low profile side walls. If I hit a pothole, the wheel is probably going to be toast.

What do you guys think?
 

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Heavy as shit (35lbs)
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All that for $1700? Not for me.

You can get quality OEM GT350 wheels for that price with much better tires, or if you want get proper aftermarket flow-forged lightweight wheels for the same price.
 

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21s... Ehh. I wouldn't do it and 25 series tires are going to have more fender gap then stock. Won't look good. Like said they will be heavy too.
 
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Thanks for the feedback. You have confirmed what I was already thinking. I just wanted to bounce it off the experts. Thanks again for your responses.
 

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