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Old 01-06-14, 11:00 PM   #46
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Very nice. Looks nicely.
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Old 01-06-14, 11:20 PM   #47
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Woah, I thought they were the OEM 2012+ wheels at first. Love 'em!
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Does anybody happen to know if the blue inner ring on the SA-67R is removable? Is it a sticker or painted on? Love the wheel, not sure about the blue.
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Old 02-08-14, 10:35 PM   #49
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Does anybody happen to know if the blue inner ring on the SA-67R is removable? Is it a sticker or painted on? Love the wheel, not sure about the blue.
Its painted on.
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Old 02-09-14, 07:28 AM   #50
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Lookin good for sure. Nice wheel choice
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Absolutely gorgeous!
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Old 02-10-14, 01:04 AM   #52
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I love the stock rims on the ISF, but I just don't think they're wide enough in the rear for me. Yours is perfect IMO. So with 285 in the rear, you have to get your fenders roll or it will rub?
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Im 275's out back no problems stock height.
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Thanks for the compliments. I had 285's Nitto INVO's in the rear but with the +42 offsets of the WedsSports I was rubbing even with a cut fender lip. I have since gone with 275 Michelin Super Sports which have better traction and handling the Nittos. I know with the stock BBS Wheels you can easily go 275 or even 285's given the +50 offsets.
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Thanks for the compliments. I had 285's Nitto INVO's in the rear but with the +42 offsets of the WedsSports I was rubbing even with a cut fender lip. I have since gone with 275 Michelin Super Sports which have better traction and handling the Nittos. I know with the stock BBS Wheels you can easily go 275 or even 285's given the +50 offsets.
Any rubbing with the 275 series tire? How about on the fronts?
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Any rubbing with the 275 series tire? How about on the fronts?
No rubbing on 275/30 rears and 245/35 front on stock height. Mine was rubbing when I had my KW's. have to shave the rear. Im trading mine with a stock ISF wheels plus cash on the OEM wheels.
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Yes you need hub rings, but I have not had any vibration or ride issues of any kind with these wheels. As long as you get quality hub rings of the proper size, you should not have any issues.
Hey dude.

Just got my Wedsport SA67R's fitted.

Unfortunately they didn't come with the hub rings / spigot rings!

Can you tell me the correct sizes I need to get?

Any particular place or material I should buy? Seems some are metal, but most are plastic??

I'm not planning to use the car much till I get these fitted.

Shame really, they look brilliant on my SGM!

Really appreciate your help.

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Crap, I wish I had read some of the posts in this thread before ordering my new wheels & tires. I bought a used set of these from another forum member and was hoping to get my tires installed this weekend, but I ordered 295's for the rear. And based on Supraman16's comments about 285's rubbing even with shaved fenders there's probably no way they'll fit. How much room does a fender pull add if I were to go that route rather than sending the tires back for 275's?

And Peter, I'm sure you already found the info you were looking for on the hubcentric rings, but what you need for these wheels are 60.1mm to 73.1mm rings.

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Crap, I wish I had read some of the posts in this thread before ordering my new wheels & tires. I bought a used set of these from another forum member and was hoping to get my tires installed this weekend, but I ordered 295's for the rear. And based on Supraman16's comments about 285's rubbing even with shaved fenders there's probably no way they'll fit. How much room does a fender pull add if I were to go that route rather than sending the tires back for 275's?

And Peter, I'm sure you already found the info you were looking for on the hubcentric rings, but what you need for these wheels are 60.1mm to 73.1mm rings.
A fender trim would add likely about half inch to 1 inch, depending on how much material you trim off. I now have Michelin PSS 275's in the rear and much happier with the tire clearance as well as overall handling vs the 285 Nitto's. Also you have to remember, tire sizes from various tire companies aren't all the same...a 275 from one company maybe the equivalent 285 from another company.
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A fender trim would add likely about half inch to 1 inch, depending on how much material you trim off. I now have Michelin PSS 275's in the rear and much happier with the tire clearance as well as overall handling vs the 285 Nitto's. Also you have to remember, tire sizes from various tire companies aren't all the same...a 275 from one company maybe the equivalent 285 from another company.
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