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    1. #1
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      18 inch wheels for 500 or less each?

      I have been scouring the internet for weeks to try and find an 18 inch wheel with backspacing that will work for my car, i have seen a few with bmw bolt patterns, but to be honest I would prefer the proper 5x4.75 pattern. A little background on my car, it has 18x8 bmw wheels on it now with 5.25 bakspacing and they fit perfect. I know i could go wider in the rear most likely a 9 inch wide with 5.5 or 5.75 backspacing. does anyone know of any rims that would work for around 500.00 max per wheel? I really like the pro touring mesh style with 2 piece styling or a racing style with brushed centers.
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    3. #3
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      Probable can find these for 6-650 a wheel but they are a 2 piece and your not gonna touch a 2 piece for $500. Was thinking these for my Chevelle but they donít make in 20ís and i want a 20Ē for the rear

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      https://www.forgestar.com/wheels/mod...ed-series/m14/



    4. #4
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      Thanks, I saw the rocket attacks and thought those might be my only choice.

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      I really like the forgestars!

    5. #5
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      This is what I'm using for mine, although I'm using a slightly different size. Summit Racing wants 218 each for VN5158961, which is this wheel for your specs in an 18x9 with a 5x4.75 pattern (5x120.65mm) and 5in backspacing. Plus it's a classic Camaro look. The main attraction for me was the 1700lb load limit (6800lbs total) for a wheel that weighs under 20lbs. Even fully loaded there's no way my truck will ever weigh in at 6800lbs.



      What I really wanted was slotted mags, but in an 18 inch wheel they're way over 40lbs each! With the Torq Thrust wheels, my wheel with tire won't weigh much more than just the slotted mags by themselves.

    6. #6
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      You can refer to the 4wheelonline passenger wheels section. Make sure you share a picture once you complete the installation of the new set of wheels. Vision, Konig, and ATX wheels are just a few of the brands you might consider for your ride.

    7. #7
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      I ended up with the Rocket Attacks and LOVE them. They were the best wheel for the prize in the size I needed
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    8. #8
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      Another lesser cost option for a wheel in 2 piece welded:


      https://esajianwheel.com/collections...31780506828855



      And of course ET Wheels has decent pricing on cast center 2 piece wheels:

      http://www.etmags.com/lt_iii.html

    9. #9
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