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Old 05-04-2011, 05:02 PM   #1
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Slapped these on yesterday. It's a 195/50/15 tire and they sit perfectly. I'm lowered with bilstine shocks and H&R springs. This is about 1.4 inches wider from the hub than my stock NB wheels that were on the car. Very aggressive stance without rubbing. No rolling, no removal of fender liners. Just sexy.




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How much do those wheels weigh?
And how much do they cost?
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Old 05-04-2011, 07:18 PM   #3
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those were probably $450 for the set

and they weigh like 15lbs a wheel, right?
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13.5 a piece and you can get them around 500 shipped.
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13.5 lbs a piece. Not bad and they look nice too. Surprised I don't see more of them on the forums. Especially, seeing how they only go for $500 shipped.
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They are very limited. Someone awhile back did a group buy to get these specifically produced. The company ordered a few extras that they have sold.
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I have the grid (offroad) on my civic in 16x8+10.

They are LIIIIGHT... didnt weigh them, but they are signifigantly lighter than the factory ones i took off the car.

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Thanks for posting that, as they were the wheels i'm going to be buying for mine! Wasnt sure if they'd scrub or not, and now i know!
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Thanks for posting that, as they were the wheels i'm going to be buying for mine! Wasnt sure if they'd scrub or not, and now i know!
Not a problem. I was debating the 0 offset.. I couldn't find a simple post stating what size wheel and tire with what offset. This picture would have helped me!
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15x7 +20 here in Gunmetal. NOT ROYAL GUNMETAL. I am running 205x50's and have some rubbing issues at stock height.



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this website have 15'x8 ET+25 Grid V
http://www.wheeltechwheels.com.au/rota-wheels
maybe is an error.. dont know..
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whats the dif between the regular grid and grid v??
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^That's 5 posts in 5 minutes, you're not trying to get to 10 so you can post in the classifieds are you? Hmmm???

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