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Old 12-04-2017, 02:14 PM
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Default Can anyone Identify my wheels?

I bought my S2000 recently and will be selling my wheels for some PF01s but I have no clue what wheels I have right now. If anyone knows please let me know.

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Wheels are often marked on the inside with the brand name. Aftermarket center cap have a brand on it?

Good looking wheels in the photo, why the change? I never liked the PF01 wheels and their offsets are horrible unless you want small tires or bugger the fenders. Actually they're horrible regardless.

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Wheels are often marked on the inside with the brand name. Aftermarket center cap have a brand on it?

Good looking wheels in the photo, why the change? I never liked the PF01 wheels and their offsets are horrible unless you want small tires or bugger the fenders. Actually they're horrible regardless.

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Are you sure you aren't thinking of RPF1s? The PF01s actually come in sizes that fit in a staggered or non-staggered setup with no fender work required. Here's mine with 17x9 +60s all the way around, no fender work and they fit perfectly.

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I never liked the PF01 wheels and their offsets are horrible unless you want small tires or bugger the fenders. Actually they're horrible regardless.
??? Are you thinking of RPF1? Unlike RPF1, the PF01 offsets are about perfect for the S2k, you can run 17x8 +50 PF01 front with 17x9 +60 PF01-SS rear and 225/255 without rolling fenders, no prob. Or 17x9 +60 all around with 245 square or 245/255 stagger, again without rolling.
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Confused with the RPF1 wheels.

And thanks for the photo. Never seen them!

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Are your current wheels 16's or 17's? I swear I have seen those before somewhere. Knowing the specs would maybe help but yeah usually there will be some stamping on the back of the wheel that could help identify them.
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You seriously asked this question?... Doesn't it have the brand name right there on the center cap?....
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Originally Posted by pw91686 View Post
You seriously asked this question?... Doesn't it have the brand name right there on the center cap?....
It said Proline Alloy but I've never heard of them and wondered if anyone knows what model they are.
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Are your current wheels 16's or 17's? I swear I have seen those before somewhere. Knowing the specs would maybe help but yeah usually there will be some stamping on the back of the wheel that could help identify them.
They are 16s and I don't know the width. Cap said Proline but Ive never heard of that before.
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Originally Posted by Chuck S View Post
Wheels are often marked on the inside with the brand name. Aftermarket center cap have a brand on it?

Good looking wheels in the photo, why the change? I never liked the PF01 wheels and their offsets are horrible unless you want small tires or bugger the fenders. Actually they're horrible regardless.

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The wheels seem cheap and are pitted and the paint is crap. Im looking to do 17s so I can get more grip.
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