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New wheels for VZ Tonner, your opinion guys!

Discussion in 'VZ Holden Commodore (2004 - 2006)' started by tunner, Feb 14, 2011.

  1. tunner

    tunner New Member

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    Hey guys, im looking at puttin some fancy wheels on my VZ One tonner. Ive narrowed it down to 3 options, but i just cant decide!!!
    I need high load rated wheels and tyres for work, so im limited in choice even though any of these 3 options aren't legal. Im after 18"s. . .
    Any feed back is apreciated!
     

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    Zeussy SSM11K

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    What load rating do you need? You can get some pretty high load rated 18" tyres ;)
     
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    I 'legally' need 104's (900kg) per wheel, but i can get 18"tyres worth 100 (800kg). All of the above wheels are rated to atleast 815kg. so 18" rims are the go.
     
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    impulsive Alloytec Racing

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    go the first ones... looks tough
     
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    Wow! Do you need to carry that much weight?

    Pretty sure you can get it engineered stating that you don't/can't carry over xxx amount, to lower the GVM, and therefore lower the load rating needed.

    And, agree'd out of those three, I'd go the first ones too :thumbsup:
     
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    id go the first aswell theyre a good looking rim.
     
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    I have the exact same problem with my Crewman, they have to be 106 rated. And I personally like the 2nd the most.
     
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    Kunu chasing the big 300!!!

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    3rd one would be a bitch to clean inside all the tiny little holes..the other 2 are nice depending on what color car ya got..if you have a white car id go the second other colors prob the first pic!!
     
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    heyitsEnricoPallazzo Big block Alloytec

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    The first wheel would probably look the best after you hit a few curbs. They also look the best IMO.
     
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    Third ones what i have on my wagon they look great!
     
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    Agree, wheel in second pic.

    Agree, wheel in third pic might be time consuming to clean.

    Wheel in first pic is GAY.
     

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