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those wheels are nice and cheap.....can someone get a group buy for those racer wheels?????

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not bad, if you can live without 8 inch or wider wheels these look pretty good. Hopefully the offsets are decent
 

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they will fit 70's model datsun z's so they all will fit our cars. ALL of them. thats why i posted this.
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williamb82 said:
they will fit 70's model datsun z's so they all will fit our cars. ALL of them will fit. although some come with spacers included at those prices. thats why i posted this.
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Will the spacers keep the wheels hub-centric for our cars? Maybe they will sell them without spacers and we can have our own made from wheeladapter.com or somewhere similar. It would probably be a little more overall but it would be piece of mind to keep the rims hub-centric.

I like the konig's.
 

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Shopping for wheels is worse than buying shoes.
I will spend the money if I like them. These, I dont.
Seems the only store I am going to shop at is BRAID.
Yo, Karaki. Wwwwuuuuzzzz uuuupppp !!!
Just my opinion. Dont give a flying crap if you agree.
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i like those wheels actually, i just want to see them on a mkII first, maybe ill have to break out psp and do some work :?
 

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there are several wheels on that site guys. all of them will fit.
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Just got off the phone with them.

The Panasports and the centerlines will fit our cars without adapters.

The "Racer's" and the Konig's will need adapters. Their bolt pattern is 4X100 and their offset it +35. The adapter they come with will not be hub-centric on our cars.
 

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Konig made some Monsoons in 17x8 +15 or 20 offset that some of the z car guy ran with like 10 or 12 mm spacer. I think that wheel was now discontinued though. Looked just like those other Konigs IIRC.
 

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I have those wheels for My Corolla, they have 2 bolt patterns on them. 114.4 and 100, unfortunately they look horrible on the Supra cause of the offset. They are a 42mm offset and you'd need on hell of a wheel adapter for them.

I don't have my Supra outta storage or I'd show you guys what it looks like on the Supra.

The wheels on my Corolla.....
http://www.cardomain.com/memberpage/485212
 

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Oh stop whining!!!! To find decent wheels for our cars (does not matter if you have the correct offset, or if you need adapters), be prepared to pay a price for it!! Versus some of these crappy "off the shelf" wheels that have either the wrong offset or the wrong bolt pattern, or just look plain hideous... Then you have to throw in the cost of tires....

If you think $250 a piece for new wheels is expensive, look around at some of the old GP's that have taken place on wheels (Braid's for example)...

Here's a good one for you!!! Compomotive CXN's in the 16x8" 0mm offset. Try $375 per wheel! Came out to $1,500, NOT including tires. I believe the price of the Braids was just a little bit more.
 

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Chris,

has anyone received a recent quote for the compo's. Has the recent downtrend on the USD affected the prices...seeing that they're made overseas. The Braids have gone up considerably only because of the exchange rate. The price itself has remained the same...approx 1275euros + shpping. But with the current exchange rate that puts the price to $1600 + shipping...a few hundred more than last years group price...I do hope the USD recovers soon enough :mad:
 
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