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04-09-2005 02:28 PM
JSlim Its funny, i wanted the MOTEGI 17 wheels and asked EvansTires if they had it, but said the Motegi company doesnt make 4x108. But i see some on ebay. I wish wheel shopping was more easier for the focus.
04-09-2005 04:25 AM
MEXNUMBR1 i have the same problem someone gave me a set of 17" chrome rime of a crx, you can get spacers with the wheel pattern you need but theyre hell expensive, around $100 each, plus they push the wheel out cause theyre the thickness of the studs. you'ld run into trouble with rubbing if you lowered you foci. the other option is to swap your hubs but thats even more expensive
03-30-2005 12:07 AM
bassplyr18954 i found a kit for a beetle that use the 4x108 pattern to make it into one of the more common 5 luggers
03-29-2005 12:24 AM
bassplyr18954 do they make a kit that allows us to change our lug patern to a more common one ????
03-15-2005 10:32 PM
jrzx3 well, the so called "focus wheels" i want on wheelmax (exel m-6's) are 4x100 and 4x114.. but apparently they are supposed to fit? hope so, i am ordering them right now.
03-15-2005 06:21 PM
Darth Focus
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Originally posted by Burnin8r
dont skimp on tires, wait until you can afford some decent rubber.
The Falken 512's are impressing the hell outta me!! So much, that Im buying another set (for the 16's) unless I can convince myself to go deep into my pockets and get some ill tires...but 225/40/16 is a hard size to find..
03-15-2005 11:55 AM
Burnin8r dont skimp on tires, wait until you can afford some decent rubber.
03-15-2005 11:38 AM
whiteboyslo there are a lot of options out there for the 4x108 bolt pattern. you just have to know where to look. ROTAs are a good start, but try these sites as well:

www.wheelmax.com -----> click on the "Focus" link on the right and it will narrow down the search for you

www.tires.com
www.tirerack.com

plug in your application and these sites will narrow it down as well. yeah, we don't have as many option as those with a more common bolt pattern, but it's not completely hopeless. it's also a helluva lot easier than trying to convert your bolt pattern or convert the wheel's bolt pattern.

Mike
03-14-2005 11:48 PM
Darth Focus For Example the Grid is $500 for 16"....and then you can get a set of 205/40/16 for $270ish. Factor in some shipping and you're near the $800-900 mark at worst with mount and balance.

They aren't cheap wheels...but then again, $500 isnt bad for a moderate weight set of wheels either...add about another $100 to step to 17" ($595 for SDR) wheels, and another $50-60 ($324)more for 215/40/17...

Tire example was Falken Ziex ZE512 (because they are awesome and non-expensive) and prices from www.victoriatire.com - I make all my tire purchases from there. They are quick and the prices are reasonable, and they have more of the "tuner" sizes and brands...Wheel prices are from Jaydm.com
03-14-2005 11:21 PM
nhZX3 Are these wheel expensive or is it possible to get a rim&tire package for around 700?
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