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|July 5th, 2019 11:28|
|sarnodude||Does anyone know what the offset is on these Mustang Cobra wheels?|
|July 4th, 2019 00:03|
just a set of 16x7 +45 advan Super generation II 3-piece wheels.
i did a bit of refurbishing to change the color to pearl white.
stock struts, 25mm bolt-on spacers in rear, 205/45/16 front, 225/45/16 rear IIRC
|November 25th, 2018 15:48|
16x7 +33 TRD T3 Wheels
205/40/16 Falken Azenis RT615K+
How do I get photos to show in the post, rather than as attached thumbnails?
|May 18th, 2017 15:06|
Rays Volk TE37, the original run.
F: 17x7.5" +30 215/40-17
R: 17x9" +22 245/40-17
Tires are Yokohama AD08R with wheel protector so they run a bit wider than most tires of the same size.
BC Racing coilovers with 5kg/8kg springs, -3.3° camber all around, all fenders rolled close to flat with tiny pull on them, screws removed from the front fender liners on top of the arches, side trim screws removed from the rear and pieces cut off from trim and rear bumper. Inside of the left front wheel well beat with a hammer to gain clearance for tire to go full lock without rubbing.
Front wheel to spring fitment:
|March 12th, 2017 14:14|
Hey there, folks. Here's my '85 aw11 hardtop!
SSR SP2-R 15x7 +43 front, +26 rear
195-50-15 g-force comp 2
Total blast to drive!
|February 9th, 2017 07:43|
|Aioonas||Yah, '94 JDM import.|
|February 8th, 2017 17:12|
|NJMR2Fan||Look like a RHD import.|
|February 7th, 2017 19:27|
Originally Posted by Aioonas View Post
|February 7th, 2017 10:23|
F: 16x7" +35 205/45
R: 16x8" +38 225/45
Were on the car when I bought it.
|February 5th, 2017 13:22|
BBS Basketweaves off an E30 M3. 14"x6.5" with I think 30 offset. Tires are Yokohamas, 195/65R14. Car is dropped about an inch all around with Eibach Pros and OEM strut inserts.
It rubs a little in the front wheels when I hit large bumps, I think I might have my smaller tires mounted on these. They look way better than the stock triangles I had though.
|October 24th, 2016 02:36|
Originally Posted by Chintan Malbari View Post
|October 10th, 2016 19:26|
can anyone tell me the wheels and specs? -- looks like te37's
|May 15th, 2016 06:19|
Originally Posted by Conor View Post
My original aim was to find tires for OEM 15 inch wheel, but as finding rear tires proved impossible (although I later found a set of falkens made in 2006) I decided to go with larger wheels, but didn't want to spend lot's of money doing it. so then I found another Georgian MR2 enthusiast, who showed me these wheels on his MR2 (albeit a larger 7.5j on the back) and I liked the idea. works pretty well, but now that I think about it, I should have gone with the 7.5 J variant. these to be exact:
that way I would have a full inch difference between front 6.5 and rear 7.5 wheels.
|May 15th, 2016 00:45|
Originally Posted by Coastal View Post
What type Eibach springs are those? The Pro Kit or Sportlines?
What did you have to do to get the rears to stop rubbing? Did you have to cut the trim tab off or just bend it out of place?
I'm looking at having a similar setup to what you have but would like to know what is involved with rolling the body for the rear.
|May 14th, 2016 17:16|
Originally Posted by nihontoman View Post
|May 14th, 2016 16:49|
^ Interesting setup.
17x8 +28 215/40 Rolled & Pulled
17x9 +35 245/40 Rolled + Removed rear trim tab
Sitting on Eibach springs and minimal (if any) additional camber at the moment.
235/255 NT05's coming soon.
|May 14th, 2016 09:15|
BRAND: MERCEDES ( SPARE Wheels modified to fit Toyota bolt pattern. Made in Italy, no other branding)
F: 15x6.5 +37 (195/50)
R: 16x7 +37 (225/40) (needs a ~15mm spacer to have ok fit with totally stock fenders)
F: 6.1 kg
R: 7 kg
PRICE: 200$ "used" (for all four, including paintjob, machining and aluminum hub centric rings - 60.1>67 )
|May 9th, 2016 22:31|
That's unfortunate. What makes your bored with it? What was on the car 3 months ago?
EDIT: Never mind, they were white and silver Work wheels?
|May 9th, 2016 20:59|
|mrstussy||^ thank you sir! Sadly I am bored with this set up only had it for 3 months. The wheels are up for sale already.|
|May 9th, 2016 18:00|
Originally Posted by mrstussy View Post
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