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      09-07-2017, 06:54 PM   #1
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Where to find negative offset wheels???

Anyone know if any affordable forged type rims that are atleast 12 inches wide or sometning with a 0 or negative offset . Wheels like rennen and brixton are definitely not in my pay range lol. Shoot me some brand names or links im trynna find that hidden gem!
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Anyone know if any affordable forged type rims that are atleast 12 inches wide or sometning with a 0 or negative offset . Wheels like rennen and brixton are definitely not in my pay range lol. Shoot me some brand names or links im trynna find that hidden gem!
Negative offset isn't really a thing. And I'm pretty sure that any 0 offset wheel that is wider than about 6" will not fit on any non-M 3 series made for the last 25 years or so.

I think you should look at tirerack's tech pages on offset and such and re-think what you're looking for.
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Negative offset isn't really a thing. And I'm pretty sure that any 0 offset wheel that is wider than about 6" will not fit on any non-M 3 series made for the last 25 years or so.

I think you should look at tirerack's tech pages on offset and such and re-think what you're looking for.
Well im not talking about tires, and im going to cut my fenders so they will fit . So do you know any company's that have a 1912 inch wheel ?
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Well im not talking about tires, and im going to cut my fenders so they will fit . So do you know any company's that have a 1912 inch wheel ?
Nope. Gonna stick about 2" or more, so a lot of cutting... Probably should put in stiff springs to keep tires from getting cut...?
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Time to make more money, no one makes cheap wheels in the specs you're looking for.
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Time to make more money, no one makes cheap wheels in the specs you're looking for.
Cheapest would be Corvette rear wheels that are 19x12. Bolt patter is the same. Hub bore is different 70.3 vs 72.5mm so with little work to make hub bore larger it could be done.
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Time to make more money, no one makes cheap wheels in the specs you're looking for.
Cheapest would be Corvette rear wheels that are 19x12. Bolt patter is the same. Hub bore is different 70.3 vs 72.5mm so with little work to make hub bore larger it could be done.
Yeah but they're not that cheap and the fronts are a diameter smaller. A friend had them on his Z3 and now they're on an E46 M3, both required quite a bit of work. Beautiful wheels though, they're probably the only option OP has unless he buys a custom set.

Also, check the F8X M3/4 Wheel and Tire forum. Might have some luck there.
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Best option would be to find a used set of 3 piece wheels and have them relipped and/or rebarreled to the specs you want. You could also do 2 piece wheels but you wont have as big a selection of sizes. I suggest going through a company like VR Wheels or Devil Werks.
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Building a set of 3 piece wheels would be your best place to start, but you're still looking in to a few thousand.

That or using PCD adaptors to change to 5x114.3 and then you'll be able to find pretty wide low offset wheels for jap stuff, along with the 20mm adaptor.
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