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Thread: Ltype wheel fitment.
01-12-2011, 10:02 PM #81
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yeah I dont understand why people on here envy rotas and knock off wheels...
Not bad for $180 dollar wheels. I havent redrilled the fronts yet, I'm going to make plugs for the extra holes on the lathe at work
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01-14-2011, 04:58 PM #82
Rota RB-R 17x9.5 -19 and 235/45-17 tyre. Stock arches.
01-22-2011, 01:14 PM #83
Damn, I was hoping those would stick out a little further in that size and offset, but they should fit really nice on a stock PType.
Why do people envy rotas, hmmm I don't know, because they look good, are cheap, well made, extremly light (15x7 is 14lbs) and are available in KICK ASS sizes. Name one other wheel besides Centerlines (which are all very american styled and heavy) where you can get a complete set of 17s as wide as 9.5 for under a grand.
btw those american slot mags posted above are also knock offs, and very heavy.Black 86 mk2 Project Car
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01-22-2011, 01:37 PM #84
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- Everett WA
I find entertainment in the fact .... Somone wants to put down a style of wheel, then, shows pictures of wheels he had to freaking redrill to make fit ..... And, IMO really belong on old American Muscle anyway. To each there own, but, close to an example of .... Pot calling Kettle black ....Shawn > Junkie < 83 Ltype 7mgte/a340 swap, 84 Ptype 7mgte and 20k original miles on the chassis, 85 Ptype Blue Hard top, basicaly stock. 82 Ltype, auto ... not home yet, but another added to the stable.
01-27-2011, 04:07 AM #85
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OH since I didnt post better pictures.
Excuse the condensation. First time I've had the car running since I did the coilovers.
01-27-2011, 03:48 PM #86
You're missing the small fact that the majority of us find that "look" stupid.
...can you do it? Sure.
...am I going to trade in my 17x9's any time for it? Uh... no.
01-28-2011, 12:56 AM #87
Back to pictures. Sorry, just photos Ive been collecting off the interwebs so no wheel specs.1984 Supra P-type: 5MGE/W58 Swap/4.10 LSD. Cressida BBK. Long Term Resto.
1984 Supra L-Type: 5MGE/W58 Swap Digital Dash. CA car. Summer cruiser/time waster.
1987 4Runner Turbo: 22RTE/Auto. Digital Dash. Inclinometer. BHG. To be running someday.
1987 Maxima SE: VG30E/5Speed. Daily.
01-30-2011, 06:49 PM #88
not sure why people are bashing the redrilling of wheels, I think it's cool... I would love to pick these up and get them redrilled for my car
unfortunately we were given a bolt pattern that not many wheel manufacturers are willing to support as much anymore.
01-30-2011, 07:03 PM #89
...as for Rota wheels.
I want to see proof that they are not made well and not up to hard driving. Yes we've seen pics, but under what circumstance were they damaged? A picture of a damaged wheel means nothing to me. I've seen high end factory and after market forged wheels at the wreckers smashed to pieces.
01-30-2011, 07:55 PM #90
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