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      11-30-2011, 10:08 AM   #1
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Came across these interesting reps...



CCW comes in mind... I wonder how many people will shell out for these of they come in 18s or 19s...
*sorry if these are a repost!*
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      11-30-2011, 10:10 AM   #2
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XXR has a HORRIBLE reputation for QC issues
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      11-30-2011, 10:15 AM   #3
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XXR has a HORRIBLE reputation for QC issues
I bet! Had a pair on my old e30 and they bent in 10 different places lol... But these actually look decent. I'd never buy them tho.
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i actually like the look too... but knowing theyve had a poor reputation, whether true or false, i couldnt buy
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damn i wish these had a good reputation, they look so good
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i actually like the look too... but knowing theyve had a poor reputation, whether true or false, i couldnt buy
Yeah mans feel the same way, which scared me away from miros too but people still buy them and look great....


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damn i wish these had a good reputation, they look so good
Same here! I kinda like these alott!!!!!! Thinking about them all day lol
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every single time i see xxr wheels i want to shoot myself! why make reps of quality and already cheap for what they are wheels! these guys piss me off
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      11-30-2011, 11:50 PM   #9
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every single time i see xxr wheels i want to shoot myself! why make reps of quality and already cheap for what they are wheels! these guys piss me off
I see your point... CCWs are actually very very fair priced. These are gonna take that cool factor away a tad when we start seeing ever ricer have these wheels lol
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I see your point... CCWs are actually very very fair priced. These are gonna take that cool factor away a tad when we start seeing ever ricer have these wheels lol
very much agreed, atleast im assuming these arent 3 piece because then id seriously be pissed hahah
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I see your point... CCWs are actually very very fair priced. These are gonna take that cool factor away a tad when we start seeing ever ricer have these wheels lol
x2 same thing happened with the bbs LM's

still looks pretty good for cheap wheels
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Meh, i'd buy them for the sole purpose of having a cool set of winter wheels. OP, do you know if they accept the oem center caps?
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I have had sportmax wheels on my miata for the past two years, no issues here. My forgestar wheels on the otherhand, had a crack and a couple bends in roughly the same time.
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I have had sportmax wheels on my miata for the past two years, no issues here. My forgestar wheels on the otherhand, had a crack and a couple bends in roughly the same time.
I would email XXR and ask them for sizing
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Wow they look pretty good for reps. Sort of like LM20's without the lugs.
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I had xxr's on my Nissan and only issue I had was the centercap not fitting on the rear because of my hub design. Other than that they were nice wheels.

I really don't see what's wrong with them
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I'd steer clear from XXRs. Seen plenty of them come bent out of the box!!!
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LOL that would suck hahahaha
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I had a set of xxr on my previous car and never had problems. :
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