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Old 12-22-2015, 09:39 PM
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First production batch of our 15x7 +24 Spec Miata 6UL just arrived. First wheel we pulled out of a box and threw on a scale, 13.042 lbs. Money! We spent a little extra on these to get be able to hold a very tiny weight tolerance, tighter than is typical with cast wheels. We also offer the same wheel in a Spec E30 offset and hub center.

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Are the spokes on gen 4 wheels thicker than previous versions?
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Originally Posted by wannafbody View Post
Are the spokes on gen 4 wheels thicker than previous versions?
Deeper, not wider. Different draft angle. Different heat treating process, different alloy, different factory. Other than that, they are the same
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Will these work well with the new 245 VR-1s?
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Will these work well with the new 245 VR-1s?
We recommend 15x6 for that tire.
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We recommend 15x6 for that tire.
Perfect. Thanks for the quick response.
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isn't max offset for SM +25?
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Originally Posted by babydriver View Post
isn't max offset for SM +25?
There is no max offset, only a max trackwidth which we make with a little room to spare.
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Originally Posted by emilio700 View Post
Deeper, not wider. Different draft angle. Different heat treating process, different alloy, different factory. Other than that, they are the same
I thought they looked slightly different but it's kinda hard to tell from a picture.
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