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Why? You want the best Miata wheel for your money!
HOW? Flow forming...because it gives us a STRONGER product than other casting methods with a strength level that otherwise requires forging...but at much lower cost than forging.
WHAT? The best combo of WEIGHT, STRENGTH and PRICE you will find in a Miata wheel. You get a 15x9 that is only 12.8 pounds....yet has a load rating of 500 KG.....and you get it for less cost than anybody else can give you those three things!
* 15x9 4x100
* +35 offset
* 12.8 lbs
* Flow Formed construction
* 73mm center bore
* Clear coated finish
* Cap included
* Valves not included
* Clears our BIG BRAKE KITS!
* Fits 225/45, 225/50, 245/40, 245/50, 275/35 tires.
Always test wheel for adequate clearance to fenders, chassis and suspension components before using these wheels. Failure to do so could result in vehicle damage, loss of control, injury or death. Takes optional 73/54mm hubcentric rings also available on this website.
Tire Size breakdown:
-195/50 and 205/50: not recommended
-225/45: Tires fit NB fenders with no mods needed, fits NA with slightly rolled fenders
- 225/50: require rolling and pulling fenders, removing liners on NA, NB only requires slight roll.
-235/50 Toyo R888: requires rolling and pulling on NA, roll only on NB, will rub top of tire at full compression.
-275/35 require rolling and pulling, removing liners on NA, flat roll on NB. 20-30mm spacer recommended to fill aftermarket flares.
Will NOT clear stock suspension, need coilovers with 2.5 inch diameter springs or narrower and expect may still rub at full lock (which is not a real issue since full lock is only possible at parking lot speeds), 3mm spacers can be added if you are running so much camber that you rub inside control arms, etc.
Note we recommend our numerous upgraded lug choices with any of our new wheels. Unlike the short and fat stock lugs that will likely result in scratching new wheels, all our replacement lugs have the socket tool bottom on the lug rather than the wheel surface, and are longer for more engagement with stud surface so they also stay tighter.