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This is a discussion on Stock wheels - why so expensive? within the Suspension & Wheels forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; Originally Posted by chrisc The TSW's are 8.5 wide, with an offset of +45, which I'm told is OK. Just ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by chrisc View Post
    The TSW's are 8.5 wide, with an offset of +45, which I'm told is OK.



    Just over 20lbs I think. And yes, I considered both of those, but for some reason or other, am drawn to the Prodrives.



    Plasma Blue - but still don't think I have the man's equipment required to go with the white ;-). Although I do like the idea of going lighter, just can't quite part with that much cash.

    Thanks for your help!
    Ah, I didn't see the +45

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    Ah, well, if I had *that* car, I would :-)

    Finally got the wheels on.

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    I will say though, the ride feels quite a bit harder. Can't tell if that's the wheels, or the summer tires. I'm sure it wasn't this harsh when the summers were on the stock BBS wheels. But it could be my memory / old age.

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