i think i have those pics posted on my profile. will try to change sig soon. keep forgetting.
bro, look at there website, it says it right on it. Or an ebay ad for them says it on there too!
You can check yourself here:I purchased a set of 128's from wheels and Caps and was wondering if anyone knows what the offset is on them. I viewed a post that stated that the OEMs come in two different offsets and am curious as to which offset wheels and caps is selling.
here is the answer to your question. the replicas from wheels and caps are 22mm front/ 25mm rear. they also sell their wheels on ebay.I looked at the site and it shows the 9 inch front rim with an offset of 22 and it shows two different offsets for the rears which are 25 and 32. Which still doesn't answer the question. Which was" does anyone know what the offset is on the Wheels and Caps Replicas."
i would recommend FALKEN tyres if you can get them in the states ? got one on the rear of mine and i must say its an excellent tyre ! grip and ride comfort are top notch ! :thumbup:Thanks for the compliment. Mine is not lowered, i have the sports package so it sits lower than standard i believe. I do not have spacers. I didn't think my car needed them. I have been told by others that I should get some spacers but it just isn't that important to me. I bought the cheap ass roof spoiler off ebay for $50 or so and had my guy paint it for free. Looks great to me. I did use the ACS sticker (i know, i know, poseur) since there's an indent on the spoiler and wanted to fill it in. I also debadged the rear for the clean look. Not sure i would have debadged if I didn't have sport package but since there's no chrome on the car except for grill and door handles, i think it looks cleaner. So far the wheels have been holding up even after potholes.
ADVICE: i would probably not get Hankooks again. They look great, very low profile obviously, but they absolutely SUCK in the rain or even on wet pavement (asphalt mainly). I'd spend the $$$ and get Michelins again. I have to say i hated my Pirellis on my Audi, they started cupping very quickly after I put them on. Made discount tire take them back and bought the Michelin Pilot Sport A/S for my last Audi. Just my $.02
i would recommend FALKEN tyres if you can get them in the states ? got one on the rear of mine and i must say its an excellent tyre ! grip and ride comfort are top notch ! :thumbup:
I have made the purchase and taken on some rather large potholes with no complaints. They hold up so much better than the OEM's which I have a complete set with about 11 cracks in all, most welded except one in each (I finally gave up on them one at a time). I will sell the whole OEM set with cracks, rash, and all for $200 plus shipping. Could be nice wall art in the garage