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Typical I forged quality. Junk wheels. You can then re barrelled and change the offset and size but you gotta know what you’re doing. I’m not sure the cost of doing that compared to buying quality wheels in the correct size and offset.

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There is a local shop here in oklahoma city that has all the barrels and will do all that stuff for me. they are about $200/barrel basically. I have HRE's also for it but im wanting a set of Work Meister SP1 3p's for it but good lord the 18-20 week wait thats stupid. Regardless its on an 15 inch weld in the rear right now and driving it around town is like having Exercise balls for suspension so i gotta get something on it fairly soon.
 

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what are some wheel types and brands that will fit tt brakes. That are not 4000.00. Only looking to spend around 2000.00. Sizes needed are 18x9 et36 and 18x10 et45.
You need high disk face with the right lip/barrel combo. Any three piece wheel with the right bolt pattern and hub diameter will work with the correct lip and barrel. For $2000 you're looking at used Supra spec wheels in that price/size range or a custom set of haggard faces with new barrels and lips.
 

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Most BBK need 19" wheels and not sure if Ken's wheels are 18's or 19's.
I have the CTS-V Brembo brakes on mine with 18x9.5+45 (265-35-18) and 18x10.5+38 (285-35-18) and they fit fine. Enkei PF01 wheels. Wheel type and front-face clearance are critical. I had older Enkei RZ-5 in 18" wheels that wouldn't clear the front brakes.
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I'm switching to 18.10.5+47 with 315-30-18 in the rear next few days. Wheels and tires are here, just need to replace the studs - one of the 25-year old one snapped, the others look ... crusty.
 

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OK, got the new rears on. Enkei PF01 18x10.5+47mm <<< note, that's a custom offset. They're normally +38mm. These are with BFGoodrich G-Force Rival in 315-30-18.
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From the left driver side, looking forward from the muffler at the inside front edge of the wheel/tire. You can see about 1/2cm of clearance between the tire and the bodywork. It FITS !
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Same view but pulled back and looking higher, forward. Tons of room clearing the coilover.
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Looking from driver door back to rear. My fender are cut, but not rolled. Perfect fit.
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For comparison, these are the previous 285-35-18 sitting on the Enkei PF01 in 18x10.5+38mm offset.
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Side view of left rear.
 

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I have the CTS-V Brembo brakes on mine with 18x9.5+45 (265-35-18) and 18x10.5+38 (285-35-18) and they fit fine. Enkei PF01 wheels. Wheel type and front-face clearance are critical. I had older Enkei RZ-5 in 18" wheels that wouldn't clear the front brakes.
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I'm switching to 18.10.5+47 with 315-30-18 in the rear next few days. Wheels and tires are here, just need to replace the studs - one of the 25-year old one snapped, the others look ... crusty.
Every big brake system is different. My buddy ran my old 18's on his Brembo BBK. He had mm's of clearance. Some will not fit because it all depends on the drop in the barrel. I don't want people to think that a BBK is a no problem situation when they're buying a new set of 4K wheels in 18" and the don't fit and clear. Typically monoblock wheels clear the easiest (like you have because they don't have a lip). Two piece wheels get tougher for clearances and 3 piece wheels are a bitch because of the nuts protruding for the rear. I'm glad it worked out for you and it looks great!!!

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Anyone know what CCW “Supra fitment” means? Does it need modified fenders?

I decided on the D110 but I want to know the specs to know how much of modification is needed, if needed.

Here is a picture from FB, the tires are 315/30/18 and 285/30/18 R888 if that might help.

Usually its 18x10+42 front and 18x11.5 +50 rear. Fender mods in the rear will be required.

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I can't get over that a 18x11.5+50 will fit in the rear. My 18x10.5+47 only has a small amount of clearance to the body or frame or whatever at the front edge of the wheel. 1st photo above.

That a whole 13mm closer than my edge in wheel width, and another 3mm closer by offset. So the edge of the wheel is 16mm further inboard. I could barely fit my fingertip between the bare wheel rim and that bodywork when I did the test fit.

My fronts are 18x9.5+45mm currently with 265-35-18, which looks too stretched. Next front tires will be 275 or 285 I think.
 

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The person on FB finally got back and confirmed it is rolled fenders but front and rear.
No need to roll the front fenders unless you're bagged or poke way past the fender. Those sizes and offsets I gave you only requires rear fenders being rolled.

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I can't get over that a 18x11.5+50 will fit in the rear. My 18x10.5+47 only has a small amount of clearance to the body or frame or whatever at the front edge of the wheel. 1st photo above.

That a whole 13mm closer than my edge in wheel width, and another 3mm closer by offset. So the edge of the wheel is 16mm further inboard. I could barely fit my fingertip between the bare wheel rim and that bodywork when I did the test fit.

My fronts are 18x9.5+45mm currently with 265-35-18, which looks too stretched. Next front tires will be 275 or 285 I think.
Let me guess... You did the test fit with the car in the air and not on the ground right?

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Uhhh, ye-e-e-essss ? Those photos are also with it in the air :unsure: Trying to visualize geometries and movements in 3D in my mind's eye. Figured that forward wheel edge would only move in a vector parallel to the coilover, so would be the same distance from the body.
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Uhhh, ye-e-e-essss ? Those photos are also with it in the air :unsure: Trying to visualize geometries and movements in 3D in my mind's eye. Figured that forward wheel edge would only move in a vector parallel to the coilover, so would be the same distance from the body.
I'm learning. Slowly ...
In the air, the wheels will get sucked into the body making it seam like there is less room than there is. Once on the ground the wheels will come out giving you more inner clearance and pushing the wheel out.

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Anyone know what CCW “Supra fitment” means? Does it need modified fenders?

I decided on the D110 but I want to know the specs to know how much of modification is needed, if needed.

Here is a picture from FB, the tires are 315/30/18 and 285/30/18 R888 if that might help.

Usually its 18x10+42 front and 18x11.5 +50 rear. Fender mods in the rear will be required.

R.K.
In the air, the wheels will get sucked into the body making it seam like there is less room than there is. Once on the ground the wheels will come out giving you more inner clearance and pushing the wheel out.

R.K.

An official email from the guys at CCW for everyone here for future reference on what is needed for their wheel setup listed as “Supra fitment!”

The tire sizes for the 10” front is 285/30 but will need some negative camber unless you use a 265 and the 11.5” rear is 315/30.

 

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Pretty sure they fit. But Volk and Advan should be able to tell you that.

I think @KenHenderson has a BBK behind his Volk wheels.

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Most BBK need 19" wheels and not sure if Ken's wheels are 18's or 19's.

R.K.
BBKs on all three of my cars, with two of them having 18-inch wheels. The Limited Edition TE37s are specifically made for BBK applications. With the Volks, I have the StopTech 6-pot/14 inch rotor--4-pot/14 inch rotor combination. On Eau Rouge, already shown in this thread, I have Brembo 4-pot (F50)/14-inch rotor/Brembo 4-pot/13.45 inch rotor on 18 x 10 and 18 x 11 wheels.


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Radride, Appreciate all your input in this thread. I am a road course guy and looking at getting some wheels in the following sizes. I have no concerns with the fronts but I'm torn on the rears.

Front - 18x9.5 +40 and will run either a 265 or275/35 or 285/30
Rear - 18x10.5 +35 or I can get +45, and I want to run a 285 or 295/35 or potentially up to a 305 or 315/30

What would your recommendation be? My rear fenders are already cut and I run the rear at about -1.8 degrees of camber.
 

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Radride, Appreciate all your input in this thread. I am a road course guy and looking at getting some wheels in the following sizes. I have no concerns with the fronts but I'm torn on the rears.

Front - 18x9.5 +40 and will run either a 265 or275/35 or 285/30
Rear - 18x10.5 +35 or I can get +45, and I want to run a 285 or 295/35 or potentially up to a 305 or 315/30

What would your recommendation be? My rear fenders are already cut and I run the rear at about -1.8 degrees of camber.
For the road coarse, you want the wheels as flush to the fenders as possible for stability in the corners. Your fronts are 4mm from being flush and the rears I would run the +35's and the 295 tire. The rear fitment will be flush.

R.K.
 
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