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Old 01-20-2015, 02:49 PM   #81
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You'd have to get the Jongbloods, I don't think the new 15x10 6uls are out yet.

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Mazda Parts from Good-Win Racing - Mazda Performance Specialists
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Welcome! Last I heard, the 15x10 6uls were aimed for late spring release. There may be a few sets of Jongbloeds left though. You should create a thread for your car.
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Thanks guys - have sent philstyreservice.com an email.

The 6UL is really nice and has nice weight but I contacted 949 and they said summer 2015 which is too late for me just now (Start of season is April).

Here is my golf with the outer rim sitting where a 15x10 et0 wheel will sit. This is using an old 8" wheel and packed out using spacers. I will also build new tubular wishbones to extend another 1/2" from where that is sitting. 275 Avon slick is what I need as the car has some traction issues just now!


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Thanks guys - have sent philstyreservice.com an email.

The 6UL is really nice and has nice weight but I contacted 949 and they said summer 2015 which is too late for me just now (Start of season is April).

Here is my golf with the outer rim sitting where a 15x10 et0 wheel will sit. This is using an old 8" wheel and packed out using spacers. I will also build new tubular wishbones to extend another 1/2" from where that is sitting. 275 Avon slick is what I need as the car has some traction issues just now!
Very cool car. We are curious, but let's not put it in this thread. Start a new thread.
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Ali. Phils tire service lists the +5 ET 15x10 jaunlongdong wheels too. And those will have the hub bore that you wont have to attack with a dremel to fit on the vee dub.
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Anyway, does anyone have 15x10's left in stock? Either in 6UL or these Jongbloed type?
15x10 +25 Jongbloed are sold out @ Good-Win and FM, Phil's miiiight have some left. Possible that the +5 is more available, but AFAIK only Phil's would have that offset.

6ULs are a few months away. Hopefully not more, but shipments are having a tough time at the ports and it's hard to say if that is going to resolve itself by the time the 15x10s are ready.

For a "low-demand" size, the want is strong.

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Ali. Phils tire service lists the +5 ET 15x10 jaunlongdong wheels too. And those will have the hub bore that you wont have to attack with a dremel to fit on the vee dub.




We do have 15x10 ET15 57.1 Jongbloed's.
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15x10s with 245 Maxxis on an NA. Some fender mods required.

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15x10s with 245 Maxxis on an NA. Some fender mods required.

Stance!!!

What kind of difference are you expecting when running 245's on 10" rims compared to 9's? Is there a chance for actual back to back times?
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There's a chance, as I have both sizes of wheel. Only one set of tires at the moment, however, so it wouldn't be a same-day comparison.
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It looks good from that angle. It looks like a lowrider with the wheels poking out from others.

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It looks good from that angle. It looks like a lowrider with the wheels poking out from others.

You're clearly not running Spec Miata camber angles.
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"on an NA"

Any chance you have a convenient NB you can toss them on for some additional fotos?
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I can probably arrange that. I'll drag Elvis out into the light and see how it works. He's got some fairly molested fenders.

As for the camber, it had just been dropped off the lift so it's running more positive than normal. I couldn't roll it around because it didn't have springs. Still, manipulating the suspension didn't give me great hopes for the rear. I could shorten the rear upper control arms a bit, but I think I'll be going to flares.
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Maxxis 245's mounted on 9's



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Has anyone yet verified the Jongbloed wheels will fit over a set of TSE 11.75" brakes?

A spacer is fine, my 6ULs already need a 5mm spacer but that's not my concern at the moment. Seriously, I'll paypal someone $20 to verify. This is killing me. Someone who bought a set of these must know someone with the 11.75" kit that can do a quick test fit and take pictures.

FM owes me almost $300 in store credit that I've been trying to figure out how I want to spend but I'm not willing to commit until there are some solid fitment results. While not as light as my 15x8 6ULs these would make glorious DD wheels to replace my stock 15x6.

That's right, I'm still rolling 15x6. Someone help a brother out.
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Anyone in central pa have a set of these in 15x10? I want to help the community by testing them over my TSE 11.75
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Anyone in central pa have a set of these in 15x10? I want to help the community by testing them over my TSE 11.75
I do. Haven't gotten tires ordered yet to mount but we can put the wheels on. Shoot me a PM and we'll work it out
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