Who makes good wheels?

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Who makes good wheels?

Post by BOOT » Tue Jun 25, 2013 12:25 am

I'm on my 2nd wheel company and will be contacting a 3rd and don't want it to go to a 4th. The 1st weld rts, they were pretty defective and no1 seemed to care and I'm not picky, but they wobbled real bad. The 2nd centerline comp series they don't fit and hit my stock calipers even after I was assured multiple times they would fit. I just want some wheels that are lighter, quality and fit. Preferably before winter! I ordered my 1st set back in Feb.

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Re: Who makes good wheels?

Post by mkodama » Thu Jul 04, 2013 3:59 am

BBS, O.Z., Enkei, Rays Engineering
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Re: Who makes good wheels?

Post by BrazilianZ28Camaro » Sat Jul 13, 2013 8:50 pm

Try Bogart...
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Re: Who makes good wheels?

Post by BOOT » Thu Aug 01, 2013 11:24 pm

Ended up with some known to fit centerlines, I didn't buy from the manufatuer. If they sales guy wouldn't of been trying to sell me a wheel that cost more and didn't fit I'd of been happy two months ago. I didn;t want to buy centerlines after the guy wasted all my time, but they was in stock, lighter, fit and cheaper.
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