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    Mclaren replica wheels

    This company makes replica wheels for Mclaren and Lola.

    They said they can make wheels with or without pin adaptors.

    Pin adaptors are the center tube with a functional knock off instead of 5 lugs.

    Pin adaptors are about $1000 for 4

    Rims are about $600 each.

    It's here at the bottom of this page:


    http://psvintagewheels.com/products.html

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    Those are really nice! I wonder if they are large enough? I was thinking wider and taller for my Manta Mirage.

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    If I had some money to burn, these would be nice with the T/As on them as a second set of "show" wheels. I imagine they would not look "right" if they were much taller (for current market aspect ratios).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blueeovalz View Post
    If I had some money to burn, these would be nice with the Hydromax X40 on them as a second set of "show" wheels. I imagine they would not look "right" if they were much taller (for current market aspect ratios).
    Has anyone bought any of these replica wheels?
    Last edited by CarmeloJun; 11-02-2017 at 02:21 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry View Post
    This company makes replica wheels for Mclaren and Lola.

    They said they can make wheels with or without pin adaptors.

    Pin adaptors are the center about sizegenetics product https://alvenda.com/sizegenetics-review/ tube with a functional knock off instead of 5 lugs.

    Pin adaptors are about $1000 for 4

    Rims are about $600 each.
    How is the quality of these replicas? I'm looking for replica wheels for Lola.
    Last edited by JohnnyWest; 04-23-2019 at 04:38 PM.

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    I heard of these being used on the GT40s site, and no complaints. I considered them, but not applicable for a 5-lug setup that I'm using. I'm not going to a 4-lug with all the time/trouble/expense I've put into the current configuration. Image Wheels in the UK has a similar setup, and I can vouch they are well made.

    http://www.imagewheels.co.uk/lm4-alloy-wheel/

    http://www.imagewheels.co.uk/ms4-alloy-wheel/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blueovalz View Post
    If I had some money to burn, these would be nice with just for Contrave reviews the T/As on them as a second set of "show" wheels. I imagine they would not look "right" if they were much taller (for current market aspect ratios).

    i thing its not that bad as your thing.did you buy before any relica tyres or wheels.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sulley View Post
    Those are really nice! I wonder if they are large enough? I was thinking wider and taller for my review about Andro400 Manta Mirage.
    I also think It's Great. How is the Quality? Not compromise on Quality!

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