most cheap rims have poor quality... thats what i meant... :roll:BlackSunshineIS said:But if you are simply going to say that those rims are cheap, because they are inexpensive, then you are contradicking yourself.
i believe that u can have 9.5 in the back... as long as u have the rite offset.. or you mite need to roll ur fender or shave it...GraphiteSportDesign said:does anyone have the 9.5" wide rims set up? How much wider are they to stock (7.5")? Is it a noticable look and feel?
OYaBongxKp said:BlackSunshineIS said:most cheap rims have poor quality... thats what i meant... :roll:
do i need to say more?
Yes, please say more. Not trying to be a dick here, but can you elaborate on "poor quality". What do you know about how wheels are constructed, and what caused this quality to be poor??? Do you simply think they are poor quality, or is there some kind of knowledge/experience you have that causes you to believe this??
Dont get me wrong, I am sure some rims are better than others, but generally we are talking about a piece of aluminium here. This is not a complex piece of machinery with minute tolerances.
I would love to know what the difference in the wheels are besides the logos printed on them.
You can knock about 300 bucks off the price of the rims by just going with the Versus wheels without the L cap. My wheels alone were 1375 for 4. Thats not a bad price compared to alot of the wheels out there. And you can probably still get some good tire deals in the 180 dollar per tire range.GraphiteSportDesign said:I really like the L-Tuned rims, especially in gunmetal. However, they are expensive at 2500-3000 with tires. Ive heard of other rims that look a lot like them. What rims are they and how much do they cost? Do they also come in gunmetal?