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Old 11-17-2005, 03:53 PM
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Those are the OZ's that I really like on the SVX. And the spoiler also
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Old 11-17-2005, 04:14 PM
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WOOOOOOOW, awesome!!! the Murano and the Lexus have similar bolt patterns as our SVX's? but ain't they heavy as wheels?
Dan,
Not sure what the weight of those rims are, Im sure Dayle could answer that
though. I do know they are 35mm off-set 5X4.5 lug pattern (at least according to e-bay )


These are the rims I have on mine now, they are American Racing, not sure what the model is, nor do I know the off-set (when I get a around to it, Im going to contact AMR for the info), but they are 16" and Im running 92' stock size tires. I got them from a member here for $250 with tires, but had to replace the tires as they were a mismatched set (came off a fwd SVX)
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Old 11-17-2005, 05:58 PM
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$465 for 4 on ebay
Offset +45mm


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Old 11-19-2005, 01:01 PM
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Old 11-27-2005, 01:38 AM
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WOOOOOOOW, awesome!!! the Murano and the Lexus have similar bolt patterns as our SVX's? but ain't they heavy as wheels?

they are the exact same bolt pattern as the svx
with usable almost the same offsets and larger
hubcenters.
Just need new lugs.
Neither wheel is all that heavy, as you may expect
from Lexus. And as for the Muranos, neither are they.
I have a set of each in stock used as well as some 17"
Mustang take off wheels that will fit.
And theres a few more styles on special on my site
I suggest checking out the styles and pics in the site.
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Old 11-27-2005, 03:11 AM
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Dayle,
Mainly curious, but are these being sold with the Nissian center caps or do you provide "blanks"? (or do are there subie ones that fit??)
Also what size/type of lugs are necessary to use these rims on the SVX??
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Old 11-27-2005, 12:01 PM
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Dayle,
Mainly curious, but are these being sold with the Nissian center caps or do you provide "blanks"? (or do are there subie ones that fit??)
Also what size/type of lugs are necessary to use these rims on the SVX??
I just stick with the caps that come in the wheels
doesnt bother me. Ive never had anyone even remotely
point out their name or whatever
We sell the correct lugs with the wheels.
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Does it come in 34x24x34?

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P.S: it comes also in 17X8 size
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Old 11-27-2005, 03:57 PM
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Does anyone know the offset for this wheel:


OZ Hydra
its a 17x8" wheel, with a 5-114 bolt pattern. Tirerack says it fits the 3rd gen RX-7 so it should fit our cars, they dont list the offset though. $229 each isnt bad.

I also found a bullitt Mustang replica wheel 17x9" its our bolt pattern and with a +45mm offset, I wonder if that would fit?


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Old 11-27-2005, 04:24 PM
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17 X 9" ??? hmmm, too much
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Old 11-27-2005, 05:42 PM
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I agree, whats this problem with everyone thinking bigger is better ???
Youd never find a tire wide enough to fit the wheel and keep the correct height.
Even 8" wide is overkill inho
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Old 11-27-2005, 05:46 PM
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heres 17x8 Bullitts, with 225-45-17 tires
fits great, the tires are square with the wheels
Personally Id rather have the tire bulge out away
from the wheel myself for better protection
For that you could run a 235-40-17, but they are
harder to find and cost more $
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Old 11-27-2005, 06:38 PM
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I took my summer tires off today, and put back on the winter ones. Summer are BFG G-ForceT/A KDW-2 245/40-17 on the Rota Boost 17x8 wheels. Winter are 225/50-16 Pirelli P-Zero-Neros on stock wheels. Decided to weigh them while I was it it, but only had a bathroom scale, so accuracy is probably within half a pound or so. Stock wheel and tire weighed in at 43 lbs. The 17's wheel and tire weighed in a little more than 43 lbs, but maybe not as much as a whole half pound. Given the weight of my Muteki open end alloy lugs vs. the stock lugs, it's probably a wash.

Really noticed the difference in ride comfort. This is the first time I have driven with the Pirelli's since my coil-over mod. The Pirelli's are much more compliant over small bumps. I thought the rough ride was due to my coil-over's, but a significant amount came from the 40 series tires vs. the stock 50's. Big bumps are pretty much the same, but the small ones kind of go away with the Pirelli's.
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Old 11-28-2005, 01:13 AM
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The OZ Hydra offset is 40mm. It also comes in an 18 x 8. www.1010tires.com is thorough for wheel sizes, weights and offsets.
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Old 11-28-2005, 02:31 AM
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Make: TSW
Model: turn5
Size: 17x7
Offset: +48mm
Tires: 225/45-17 Falken Azenis ST-115
Price (without tires): IIRC $330 including shipping, lugs, and centering rings
Purchased from: Dayle, through Ebay

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