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Old 01-23-2019, 10:55 PM
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First time purchasing wheels, I have stock everything still on my Z, ordering coilovers then wheels,
The specs i found are 18x8.5 5x114.3/120 +30

White or Black, anyone have any experience with them?
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Old 01-24-2019, 08:44 AM
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too narrow and will be sunk in.... look like a skateboard

go 18x9.5 +23 on the front, and 18x10.5+15 on the rear
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too narrow and will be sunk in.... look like a skateboard

go 18x9.5 +23 on the front, and 18x10.5+15 on the rear
would this be flush fitment for stock body?
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pretty spot on.
I have a stock body but working on a widebody atm and i have the 19" infiniti (19x8 +30)F & (19x8.5 +33)R
To make it flush with the stock body i put 25mm spacers in the front and 32mm in the back. Front has no problem, but rears used to rub. I'm not sure if thats something you care about but...
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Originally Posted by Anxietylol View Post
would this be flush fitment for stock body?
yes sir....if you lower you will need to roll the rear fenders
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Problem I have with these wheels - can find NO specs on them, can find no USA dealer/distributor (everything I can find is in the UK, and not even any listings of them on the lowest common denominator, EBay), and finally, the pricing on them when converted from UK pounds to USD appears to be about $225/wheel which is kind of a telling story.

Guessing these are gravity cast by the dozen wheels that put them in the class of looks before quality/strength. Not a bad thing if you're using the car to go from point A to B and nothing more. Just guessing here but with no source of important manufacturing data and price point, only conclusion one can make. But ask yourself, is it worth buying a set of wheels that nobody sells and supports?
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