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Need 19x8.5 wheel ideas

lianregnif

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Jun 17, 2013
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I’m looking to buy a new set of wheels.

I prefer to stick with the oem wheel tire spec 235/40-19. 19x8.5. I “may” be convinced to go 19x9.5. Please change my mind if you think it’s a better way to go.

I’m on a mission to find a sporty looking wheel with maximum concavity and best offset.

Looking for ideas and recommendations.
 

NXN-P3D

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Jul 30, 2020
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Sv104 - mine are 20x9 but you can get 19x8.5 with custom offsets for flush look.

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dfwatt

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you can ping Jamie at @SignatureSales for pricing that might be lower than what’s on the website. It’s worth it for strong, lightweight and forged wheels - everything else on the market is flow-formed and much heavier.

Not entirely true as there are quite a number of outfits making monoblock forged wheels. We've had very good luck with the Vertini VS forged, at get your wheels.com. Same weight or at least within a half a pound in the 20-inch wheel size, but half the price at $650 vs $1,200. And very high quality in my opinion.
 

NXN-P3D

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Jul 30, 2020
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190
California
Not entirely true as there are quite a number of outfits making monoblock forged wheels. We've had very good luck with the Vertini VS forged, at get your wheels.com. Same weight or at least within a half a pound in the 20-inch wheel size, but half the price at $650 vs $1,200. And very high quality in my opinion.

i’m sure there are other options, i only speak from experience. And for sure I didn’t pay $1200 per wheel - much less than that. But ultimately everyone decides for themselves, what design they like and how much are willing to spend.
 

Sam1

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Sep 11, 2019
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www.jovawheels.com can pretty much cut you any design wheel on their site in any size and any offset for $1500 a set roughly. There's a couple of threads on them here already... Just ignore the FUD posted in the threads by the few people that were on a mission to derail the threads, you'll see who they are when you get there. Spoiler alert: already been in here telling you that you need to buy a set of $4000 wheels.
 

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