Originally Posted by paintpro21
We left for Bimmerfest late Thursday Night, and returned late Sunday night. It was not possible for us to respond over the weekend to your inquiry.
The concavity depends on the offset. This chart explains which offsets will look deeper:
We've updated the thread with pricing information
Available Sizes and Weights and Pricing:
18x8.5" ET45 - 19.55lbs - $294
18x8.5" ET35 - 20.10lbs - $294
18x9.0" ET42 - 20.75lbs - $299
18x9.0" ET31 - 21.25lbs - $299
18x9.5" ET58 - 20.65lbs - $319
18x9.5" ET43 - 21.55lbs - $319
18x9.5" ET35 - 21.70lbs - $319
18x9.5" ET22 - 21.75lbs - $319
18x10" ET43 - 21.70lbs - $329
18x10" ET33 - 22.50lbs - $329
18x10" ET25 - 22.45lbs - $329
18x10.5" ET27 - 22.50lbs - $349
18x11" ET25 - 23.35lbs - $359
depends on offset? according to that photo and the information to the right - it is not the offsets that make the difference, it is the "profile" "1", "2", or "3".
profile 2 and 3 some have similar sizes and offsets, but they are in a different "profile"
my question is are ALL of the wheels in profile 2 the same concavity, as portrayed in that photo?
Also, if I were to go with 18x10 et 33 , how much could I shave off to increase offset?