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Old 08-27-2013, 09:39 AM   #1
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Does any know what wheels these are? They look to be cobra reps but the lug holes are different. http://wheelreplicas.com/2003-anthra...ra-wheels-17x9
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^ I think those are Racing Dynamics. Looks like the one piece versions with custom polished lips.
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Old 08-27-2013, 12:12 PM   #5
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Taking another look at them their not really my taste. How would the fitment of the cobra reps be? I know I'll need to get wheel adapters so they can fit my car. I attached a picture of my car, would like it to stay at this height or maybe lower but with a nice fitment without fender work.

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With spacers, those wheels are going to be pretty aggressive. You will need rolled fenders (maybe even pulled) and stretched tires. 205/40's. The skinniest 5x120 to 5x114 adapters are 15mm. That would make those wheels 17x9 et10. Pretty aggressive. Doable though,
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Aside from the fact that the sizing of those Cobra wheels is not ideal for the car, the center bore is smaller. You would need to have them machined out to 72.6mm, or run a spacer that goes from 72.6 on the car side to 70.6 on the wheel side.
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