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i'm ready to pick up some wheels. i will be getting 17's. my problem is that i like so many damn wheels. i either want a 6 spoke or a 15 spoke. so far i've kinda narrowed the search down to: rage enduro, enkei rs6, 5zigen fireball, racing hart D6000, ADR GTsport, rslimited phase II. i'm going to search more on the internet so i'll probably be adding to this list. any recommendations would be much appreciated.

i know this has been discussed before, but what kind of tires would you guys recommend? i live in colorado so i would like an all season tire, but want something with good grip and ideally a long life span.
 

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Take a look here

http://www.wheeltech.com/Wheels/Wheels.html

As well..

http://www.aktusa.com

Lots of wheels to look at - some very nice ones as well.

It's hard for us to say what rims you should get. Like you mentioned, there are so many types of there, it's difficult to choose. Get something that you really like, that's what matters.

As far as tires go.. you might want to read up on

http://www.tirerack.com

It has info on Ultra High Performance tires and High Performance tires etc.. it will explain what the difference is and so forth. It might help you decide what kind of tires you should be looking for.
 

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Does anyone know which wheels are lighter than most? I was lookin for some 16's but i don't want any more weight. One of my friends said something about some poly/high-composite rims or something that are really light but i forgot what she called them.:bandit:
 

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I lilke the racing harts

Jim
 

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SeminoleG20 said:
Does anyone know which wheels are lighter than most? I was lookin for some 16's but i don't want any more weight. One of my friends said something about some poly/high-composite rims or something that are really light but i forgot what she called them.:bandit:
the general rule of thumb is the larger the wheel the more they weigh. you can get bigger rims with less weight, but they cost a pretty penny. try http://www.wheelmax.com/Wheels/racinghart.htm if you scroll down they have 17's that weigh only 12lbs.

if you're concerned about weight then smaller (maybe 16's) is the way to go if you don't want to spend a lot.
 

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thanks for the input guys. i still can't decide, but like atomic-G said, it is a personal choice. i was hoping that someone would turn me on a wheel that i liked more than all others. the search continues...
 
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