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    Brand new wheels - opinions please!

    TS6 - Front 18x8.5 or 18x9 ET50 down to ET25

    TS6 - Rear 18x9.5 or 18x10 ET45 down to ET5


    MXR - Front 18x8.5 or 18x9 ET50 down to ET25

    MXR - Rear 18x9.5 or 18x10 ET45 down to ET5


    Force 18x10.5 ET40 down to ET10


    19" Grid 19x10 or 19x10.5 ET38 down to ET10 - Fronts also available with less dish 19x8.5 or 19x9 ET30 down to ET15


    19" D-Force 19x9.5 or 19x10 ET47 down to ET10


    Which combinations of sizes would you like to see? Which colour do you think they'd look good in?

    All feedback is good, I'd like to know what everybody thinks please

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    Loving the grids with a concave ET would look good in Bronze or a anthracite silver


    Do you do credit lol

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    Credit we dont do They will be coming in Bronze and Gunmetal (anthracite) for sure

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    Those MXR's look sweet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Evilchap View Post
    Credit we dont do They will be coming in Bronze and Gunmetal (anthracite) for sure
    Greatminds


    Ive never brought new wheels before, if i did though you would be the guys i would definately come to

    What prices are we looking at with the grids in 17's and the lowest ET?

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    Not keen on the first set but I think that's just because I've gone off wheels that the spokes go to the outer rim edge.

    Love the rest though. The Grid's with the dish look good. I mentioned in another thread that you should start making those. Makes me want to cancel the order for my new wheels and wait for the grid's with the dish if they are glossy bronze lol.

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    From about 600 with SXOC discount for 17" Grids in decent sizes

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    Quote Originally Posted by Evilchap View Post
    Those dishy Grids are 19s
    You NEED to get them made in 18's then

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    To the best of my knowledge there are no plans at present for them in 18s.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Evilchap View Post
    To the best of my knowledge there are no plans at present for them in 18s.
    I'm actually glad to hear it as it makes me feel happier with what ive got coming . Good to see the rota range expanding well though.

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    Liking the Force-d and Grids, need some 18"s though. What about a Torque Drift, concave spokes and some nice dish like the gtr-d, now that would be nice.

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    Liking those mxr's a lot

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    I really like the 19" Grids and D-Forces

    I was thinking about getting a set of Varrstoens next year for my BMW, but if these are put into production I'll probably get a set of these instead to save the hassle of importing.

    Make sure you make them in 5x120, 9.5, 10.5 staggered

    There needs to be more choice of decent sized BMW wheels, they are far to many mesh/CSL style about.

    Edit: Hyper Black for the colour
    Last edited by Daniel H; 06-09-2011 at 17:25.

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    Loving all of them appart from the D-force!

    Cant deside if id like the MXR or the Grids more!!!

    Can you sort me a price for the MXR (white centre) and Grids(hyper black) please,
    2x 9.5j et5
    6x 10j et5

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    I really like the force's.

    A 10.5J et10 would look good

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    like the new grids, sort of reminds me of the gtr-ds. but if only they came in 18s, dont think they would look right if 19s were on a 200

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    MXR look good and great fitment

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    So... what's the thinking? Usual suspects with offsets?

    Or is there starting to be a need for a low offset, but not wide front, something like an 18x8.5 ET10?

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    17s?

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