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Hello GT86 owners!

We are at the time of the month where we do our ordering, things ordered up now will start to arrive in 2-3 months.

We already have a good range in stock, with more coming, but I thought a thread where you can make requests for wheels in our range perhaps not offered for the 86 yet, or wheels made by Rota which we do not currently offer.

I would welcome and and all suggestions and feedback in here if you get a moment, it's exciting times with ordering lots of new and interesting wheels here!

Thanks

Ben
 

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Can you please list what wheels you have/can get with identical dimensions to the OEM wheels? So 17x7's with the right offset and centre bore. Thanks.
 

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Can you please list what wheels you have/can get with identical dimensions to the OEM wheels? So 17x7's with the right offset and centre bore. Thanks.
Including weight please! I'm not too bothered about going to 18s or 19s, but saving unsprung mass is always good
 

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This is our current stock of wheels very close to standard size (we do 17x7.5 rather than 17x7):

<t></t><table><t><tr ="odd"=""><td>Gra</td>
<td>17"</td>
<td>7.5"</td>
<td>5x100mm</td>
<td>ET48</td>
<td>Bronze</td>
<td>13</td>
</tr>



<tr ="odd"="">
<td>Gra</td>
<td>17"</td>
<td>7.5"</td>
<td>5x100mm</td>
<td>ET48</td>
<td>Gunmetal</td>
<td>38</td>
</tr>

<tr ="even"="">
<td>Gra</td>
<td>17"</td>
<td>7.5"</td>
<td>5x100mm</td>
<td>ET48</td>
<td>Gold</td>
<td>7</td>
</tr>

<tr ="odd"="">
<td>Gra</td>
<td>17"</td>
<td>7.5"</td>
<td>5x100mm</td>
<td>ET48</td>
<td>Silver</td>
<td>20</td>
</tr>

<tr ="even"="">
<td>Gra</td>
<td>17"</td>
<td>7.5"</td>
<td>5x100mm</td>
<td>ET48</td>
<td>Steel Grey</td>
<td>30</td>
</tr>

<tr ="odd"="">
<td>Gra</td>
<td>17"</td>
<td>7.5"</td>
<td>5x100mm</td>
<td>ET48</td>
<td>White</td>
<td>10</td>
</tr>

<tr ="even"="">
<td>Gra</td>
<td>17"</td>
<td>7.5"</td>
<td>5x100mm</td>
<td>ET48</td>
<td>Gunmetal Polished Face</td>
<td>18</td>
</tr>

<tr ="odd"="">
<td>SDR</td>
<td>17"</td>
<td>7.5"</td>
<td>5x100mm</td>
<td>ET48</td>
<td>Gunmetal</td>
<td>14</td>
</tr>













<tr ="even"="">
<td>Boost</td>
<td>17"</td>
<td>7.5"</td>
<td>5x100mm</td>
<td>ET48</td>
<td>Gunmetal</td>
<td>20</td>
</tr>





<tr ="odd"="">
<td>Boost</td>
<td>17"</td>
<td>7.5"</td>
<td>5x100mm</td>
<td>ET48</td>
<td>Steel Grey</td>
<td>8</td>
</tr>

<tr ="even"="">
<td>Boost</td>
<td>17"</td>
<td>7.5"</td>
<td>5x100mm</td>
<td>ET48</td>
<td>White</td>
<td>19</td>
</tr>

<tr ="odd"="">
<td>Grid</td>
<td>17"</td>
<td>7.5"</td>
<td>5x100mm</td>
<td>ET45</td>
<td>Bronze</td>
<td>29</td>
</tr>

<tr ="even"="">
<td>Grid</td>
<td>17"</td>
<td>7.5"</td>
<td>5x100mm</td>
<td>ET45</td>
<td>Black</td>
<td>16</td>
</tr>

















<tr ="odd"="">
<td>Force</td>
<td>17"</td>
<td>7.5"</td>
<td>5x100mm</td>
<td>ET48</td>
<td>Gunmetal</td>
<td>12</td>
</tr>

<tr ="even"="">
<td>Torque</td>
<td>17"</td>
<td>7.5"</td>
<td>5x100mm</td>
<td>ET48</td>
<td>Bronze</td>
<td>40</td>
</tr>

<tr ="odd"="">
<td>Torque</td>
<td>17"</td>
<td>7.5"</td>
<td>5x100mm</td>
<td>ET48</td>
<td>Gunmetal</td>
<td>20</td>
</tr>



<tr ="odd"="">
<td>Torque</td>
<td>17"</td>
<td>7.5"</td>
<td>5x100mm</td>
<td>ET48</td>
<td>White</td>
<td>57</td>
</tr>

















































</t></table>
All of these being the same size and offset are about the same weight, between 7.7kg and 8.2kg.

For improved looks I would expect wider wheels, or at least wheels with a lower offset to be a little more popular than these standard fitment wheels, as the standard ones are a conservative fitment and quite sunk into the arches, usually when you opt for an aftermarket wheel part of the idea is to fill the arches a little better, and bring the wheel close to flush with the bodywork.

Which this does not apply to everybody, and if you're just after track wheels it wont apply to you at all, I do expect it to be the norm for people to upgrade the width, diameter or perhaps even both when they do change wheels - this is what we see here with most other cars most often.

GRA:


SDR


Boost


Grid


Force


Torque




Edited by: Rarerims
 
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