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    Quote Originally Posted by austinscottphotography View Post
    best post ever!!! thank you so much! now i can start my BMW wheel collection
    LOL yeah that site is amazing.

    BTW anyone have any ideas guys? No stamps, 16" 4x114

    00H0H_4TddtNtSPJH_600x450 by electricalbox888, on Flickr

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    Anyone know what these are called?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SnazzyQ View Post


    Anyone know what these are called?
    Yes, CRX "Phone Dial".

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    Quote Originally Posted by zoo View Post
    Yes, CRX "Phone Dial".
    Thank you. These wheels are super cool imo.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Perez23 View Post
    could anyone help me figure out what wheels these are? I just bought a 91' miata and they came with the car. Look like some sort of knockoff targas or something. Thanks
    [IMG]IMG_4943[/IMG]
    Just found a set of these in 5x100, still nobody knows what they are? Seller *thinks* they're Enkei, but I can't find anything.
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    -1997 Saab 9000cse Anniversary Edition - Bagged & Tuned
    -1990 Saab 900 SPG - Holset & Track built
    -1973 Mercedes-Benz 280 - Summer cruiser / mild resto project
    -1972 MGB Roadster-Sold!

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    /\/\/\

    Closest thing I find is AME mesh, which were made by Enkei.
    http://www.projecttm.blogspot.com/20...sh-wheels.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by KyleAnderson View Post
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    Closest thing I find is AME mesh, which were made by Enkei.
    http://www.projecttm.blogspot.com/20...sh-wheels.html
    That's where another user here just pointed me, those might be them! Thanks for the help!
    -1997 Saab 9000cse Anniversary Edition - Bagged & Tuned
    -1990 Saab 900 SPG - Holset & Track built
    -1973 Mercedes-Benz 280 - Summer cruiser / mild resto project
    -1972 MGB Roadster-Sold!

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    Volks Racing Mesh

    or

    Heroes Racing


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    http://zammothechoppa.deviantart.com/ : )

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    Heroes and Volk are close, but spokes seem narrower than the ones in question. I just picked up the wheels for a decent price, found they are actually 14x6, and appear to have been manufactured in 2 pieces (face and barrel) but then welded. I also found what appear to be build dates, 03-02-88 Two of them have a sticker labeled Dynamark with a bunch of wheel sizes and load ratings. There are a bunch of serial numbers too, I'm just not getting anything that matches through Google. If anyone has any ideas I can furnish more pictures.
    -1997 Saab 9000cse Anniversary Edition - Bagged & Tuned
    -1990 Saab 900 SPG - Holset & Track built
    -1973 Mercedes-Benz 280 - Summer cruiser / mild resto project
    -1972 MGB Roadster-Sold!

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    Anyone knows these ?



    Tried everything with keywords like "monoblocks" or "e32 wheels", also tried their parameters - 16x10j, 5x120 (bmw's pcd). Fronts are 9j, rears 10j.

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    Anyone have a name? I'm figuring just another Enkei / AME collaboration wheel.

    15x10 -51 5x114.3

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    -51?!

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    Need some help getting info on what exactly these are. Are they multi piece? A google search revealed absolutely nothing.

    http://knoxville.craigslist.org/pts/4366472349.html


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    Quote Originally Posted by UberPare View Post
    -51?!
    Indeed, amazingly aggressive offset.

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    Quote Originally Posted by electricalbox View Post
    Anyone have a name? I'm figuring just another Enkei / AME collaboration wheel.

    15x10 -51 5x114.3

    Untitled by electricalbox888, on Flickr
    God damn, I love those. If I had them I'd make them fit something.

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    Quote Originally Posted by electricalbox View Post
    Anyone have a name? I'm figuring just another Enkei / AME collaboration wheel.

    15x10 -51 5x114.3

    Untitled by electricalbox888, on Flickr
    Enkei reverse mesh.
    http://www.stanceworks.com/forums/sh...ad.php?t=25342

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    Much appreciated guys, I've seen them before but could no recall the name. Shame they are multipiece but welded. Not many 5x114 guys running this size (possibly older japanese stuff).

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    Did you buy them?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jlyons617 View Post
    Did you buy them?
    Certainly did.

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    So jealous.

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    Quote Originally Posted by electricalbox View Post
    Much appreciated guys, I've seen them before but could no recall the name. Shame they are multipiece but welded. Not many 5x114 guys running this size (possibly older japanese stuff).
    Since it is a 114.3 pcd, you(or the next owner) can drill 3 more holes and use them on his/hers 510/AE86/SomethingElseRWDJapanese.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jlyons617 View Post
    So jealous.
    Do you have something to run them on?

    Quote Originally Posted by zoo View Post
    Since it is a 114.3 pcd, you(or the next owner) can drill 3 more holes and use them on his/hers 510/AE86/SomethingElseRWDJapanese.
    My buddy has a Z we could possibly try, but he is currently only at about 8" zero offset.

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    Hello stanceworks, this will be my first post here
    anyone know what these wheels are?




    R18, made in japan stamp, 3pieces
    it is visible from the back that it's originally 5x100 and redrilled to 4x100
    thanks!
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    I wouldn't say they are redrilled, probably the casting originally made for 5 hole PCD.

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