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SALE on Axis "Klassic" Mesh Wheels - 17x8.5 +15 / 17x7.5 +35 - 4 Lug

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i was gonna order these the other day, but when i wanted to order them, i'm kinda confused when it says "quantity". when it says Quantity (1) is that 1 set or 1 rim? cus if that's 1 rim, then it's charging me $725 per rim in which case, i'd rather order the actual bbs rs rims. can someone clarify this for me? this is my first time ordering rims.
 
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Originally Posted by TheDilweed View Post
i was gonna order these the other day, but when i wanted to order them, i'm kinda confused when it says "quantity". when it says Quantity (1) is that 1 set or 1 rim? cus if that's 1 rim, then it's charging me $725 per rim in which case, i'd rather order the actual bbs rs rims. can someone clarify this for me? this is my first time ordering rims.
Hello,

Sorry for the confusion.

The $725 price is for the FULL SET of four wheels. You only need to enter quantity (1). $725 gets you free shipping [within the continental US] and four wheels to your door . For the extra $230 shipping cost to Hawaii, I would send your e-mail address a Paypal invoice for that amount and adjust your order accordingly.

Please let me know if you have any questions.

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Nice Rims....
 

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Originally Posted by Bean_Garage View Post
Hello,

Sorry for the confusion.

The $725 price is for the FULL SET of four wheels. You only need to enter quantity (1). $725 gets you free shipping [within the continental US] and four wheels to your door . For the extra $230 shipping cost to Hawaii, I would send your e-mail address a Paypal invoice for that amount and adjust your order accordingly.

Please let me know if you have any questions.

Thank you!
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i'll try to order them within the week. what type of lugnuts will these need? acorn seat?
 
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i'll try to order them within the week. what type of lugnuts will these need? acorn seat?

They will need any kind of lug nut that is "tuner style".

Make sure they aren't too long so they will clear the center cap.
 

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fitment is on point. THANKS!
 
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since the centerbore on these rims are 73.1, what size hubcentric rings will i need?
 
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since the centerbore on these rims are 73.1, what size hubcentric rings will i need?
73.1 to 56.1
 
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fitment is on point. THANKS!
Need more pics!
 
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anyone fitted these to gd?
 
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TheDilweed, it's looking great!!!!! Thanks for the pics!
 
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is this too aggressive for gd3? offsets seem low from what i am reading regarding gd fitment and usual offsets. lmk because i am in the market for wheels and tires and am looking for a flush fitment with maybe one tire size stretch.
 
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is this too aggressive for gd3? offsets seem low from what i am reading regarding gd fitment and usual offsets. lmk because i am in the market for wheels and tires and am looking for a flush fitment with maybe one tire size stretch.
The 8.5 +15 would most likely be too aggressive for the GD Fit, yes.

Check this out for fitment of 15x8.0 +17 front / 15x8.5 +17 rear below. Though they aren't 17"s, you still get an idea of how the wide wheels fit with lower offsets.

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The wheels are poking all around.

I'd recommend to get the full 17x7.5 +35 all around for the GD Fit if you don't want to mess with tire stretching / camber etc. You would need a bit of spacers in the rear to get the "flush" look, but running the 8.5 +15 in the rear would be tough.
 
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Need more pics!
so late my reply. lol sorry. did a photoshoot this past weekend. just waiting on my friend to edit them.
 
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So $725+$230 (Hawaii) is the total price if I get these? Might order them in July after I get back from my trip.
You got it! They should still be around by July, I'd hope
 
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I am pretty interested in a staggered setup for a 2011 fit, my question is what suspension mods if any would have to be done in order to make these fit(fender rolling etc) Are camber bolts/adjustments required in order to not rub?
I am lowered on swift springs, which is a pretty mild drop, but I don't want to have any rubbing issues
 
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Originally Posted by liverpoolfcfan View Post
I am pretty interested in a staggered setup for a 2011 fit, my question is what suspension mods if any would have to be done in order to make these fit(fender rolling etc) Are camber bolts/adjustments required in order to not rub?
I am lowered on swift springs, which is a pretty mild drop, but I don't want to have any rubbing issues
Hey,

The 17x7.5" is actually no longer available so 17x8.5" is all we have now. You would need to roll the fenders to fit the 17x8.5" +15 wheels and you would most likely need camber for the front and rear to avoid any rubbing issues, since this fitment would be poking out of the fender well.

If you're looking for a nice mesh design that wouldn't rub, check out these wheels we have also. You could fit these without any modifications to the fender or camber.
Axis OG SAN Wheels - 15x8"
Enkei 92 Classic Wheels - 15x8 +25 - Bean Garage
Enkei Apache II Wheels - 15x8" - +0 / +25 offset - Bean Garage
Enkei Compe Classic Wheel - 15x8 4x114.3 / 4x100 - Bean Garage
 
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anything in a 17"?
 

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