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Old 10-03-2015, 12:45 AM
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Hi all, I'm looking for a track wheel which works with the spoon calipers. I have 10mm spacers on the front. Anyone know which Team Dynamics or Rota's fit and give nice clearance? Any recommendations at all?
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I would be looking at the Enkei pf01 like MB has on his race car. Cheap enough yet still good quality and not that heavy..

They clear a lot if not all BBKs
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Like said enkei should be cheap enough and come in various offsets to be able to clear
Rpf1 popular also
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Enkeis pf01 for sure, although Rota Fighters also cleared without spacers.
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Originally Posted by CynicG View Post
Enkeis pf01 for sure, although Rota Fighters also cleared without spacers.

Hi there,

Do you know if with Rota Fighter (replica of Volk CE28 17x8" ET48) will fit with Spoon Caliper? With Spacers or Without Spacers?

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OZ HLT good fitment, price and lightweight check with Si at Hendy they are an OZ dealer
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Best to post here, thread has been going since 2005.

https://www.s2ki.com/forums/wheels-t...lipers-338881/
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Rota fighters will fit as I have loads of room over my AP's
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/\ are they Rota's?0
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Originally Posted by E4RTH WORM JIM View Post
/\ are they Rota's?0
yes , just had them repainted in a shadow chrome ... also have some Honda center caps . I great wheel in my opinion and if I kerb one up it's really no big issue as they are cheap really
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