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    I just bought some Enkei wheels and after some research I learned that they are called EK26 or cookie cutters, How rare are these wheels cause google just gives me 14 inch examples.

    The wheels are 15x8 with a 0 offset and there 2 piece polished wheels in a 4x114 pattern.

    Did I come upon a nice find?




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    Re: Enkei EK26 ( How rare )

    All right picked up the wheels 2 days ago and after cleaning them up the offset is a little different.

    Specs Enkei EK26
    3 piece wheels.
    4x114
    fronts:
    15x7 -15 offset 3 inch lip

    Rears:
    15x7.5 -15 offset 3 inch lip

    Called Enkei and got some info on them, they were produced late 70's early 80's and were shipped to the US threw a third party. He asked me if I had all center caps and let me know that the size and offset that I have is really rare so I am happy.

    Dropped them off to get refinished son new pics coming soon.

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      Re: Enkei EK26 ( How rare )

      I believe i have these also. Could never find more info on them.
      15x8 37
      Disregard colors: from previous owner..

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      • #4
        Re: Enkei EK26 ( How rare )

        Well maybe not..now that im looking there are slight differences.

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        • #5
          Re: Enkei EK26 ( How rare )

          heres how they look now



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          • #6
            Re: Enkei EK26 ( How rare )

            Wow you did a great job on them. :tu:

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              Re: Enkei EK26 ( How rare )

              Nice job adding a bit of zest to a other wise boring wheel. Well done.

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              • #8
                Purchased such 14" x 7J -5

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                • #9
                  2 - 5QMELl8.jpg 1 - Sy0Vdsh.jpg14s installed on the LT1.

                  Jon Hayden
                  Tyler, TX

                  1969 SRL (stock)
                  1970 SRL LT1
                  1971 TD2B (two races, original paint)

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