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Old 09-30-2010, 06:40 AM   #1
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Default Any wheels similar to RTR or HRE P40?

Does anyone know of any wheels similar to the RTR, or HRE P40, for a '05-'11? I want the same "spoke" design, but wider/more backspacing than the RTR, yet less expensive than the HRE. I've found a few, but they are deep dish style. Thanks.
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Old 09-30-2010, 07:08 AM   #2
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Since you know what you are looking to find and I have no idea, how 'bout some pictures or something in which to begin a search? I am not going to do a search for the criteria in which you have made, only to guess if it is "wide enough" or a similar "spoke" design.

links to the wheels you have found?
pictures of the wheels you like and in the finish you want?
exactly what is "expensive"?

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http://www.latemodelrestoration.com/item/WTK-198360001

Bare with me, trying to do this on a phone. These are the RTR.

19x9.5

I'd like to find something 10.5 or 11 wide in 19" or 20".

Black or gun metal, but not too worried about the finish.
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Unfortunately, you will not get an 11" wheel on your ride easily and recommend you stick with an 18" wheel if looking to go that wide. Your best bet is to stick with up to a 9" (f) and 10" (r) to find them in off-sets to fit your car. If you were to go CO's you can get wider, but not sure if you are willing to do so.

Hit up my Choosing a new tire thread and see the section on "Fat meats...." There is a link to a guy who runs 18"x12"s (IIRC) with limited modification. See if that helps you to get wider wheels out back.

As for the style of wheel, hit up TireRack, AM and do LOTS of Googling to find someone who makes them.

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