Saturday, July 15, 2006 - 01:55 pm, by: Nathan Evans(Soarer7)
Hey guys, i am looking around for some rims at the moment and the guy behind the counter said that he had a mate that had this GTR33 showcar or something and selling his rims, never been in the rain, no chips or dents, only done 2000km for $2600. I had to see them on the car to see what they would look like, i wasnt really sure what to expect, but heres some pics anyway.
Saturday, July 15, 2006 - 02:02 pm, by: Nathan Evans(Soarer7)
I still dont think that was as low as the car could go because the guards were sitting on the tyres so i would have had to get the guards rolled and apparently that would have been alright, and my alignment done, also probably take out the plastic sheets in the front wheels arcs so i can get a full lock turn without scrapping hardcore, i decided to go 19's. lol.
Saturday, July 15, 2006 - 03:06 pm, by: Nathan Evans(Soarer7)
Sorry about the poor lighting but it was dark inside, the guy putting them on my car is the owner, F1 wheels and Tyres here on the Gold Coast. Im not sure what offset they are, i know they are 20x 8.5 all around, so at least you could rotate them.
Saturday, July 15, 2006 - 03:09 pm, by: Nathan Evans(Soarer7)
I know Speedy Wheels make them and they are called Cheetah. I just looked on the website (www.speedywheels.com.au) and it says the offset for 20x8.5's is ET30 for stud pattern 5x114.3 and ET45 for stud pattern 5x120
30 is very low offset for soarer. Considering their size, I hope they won't play havoc with your guards. I think you will have to roll them hard to fit these puppies. I would not go lower then 38 but that's only my 2 pesos Let us know how they go }