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    Wheel Identification

    I have a set of 13 x 8 SSR MKII's, should my Wheels say SSR anywhere on the back or something, because they don't?

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    Re: Wheel Identification

    I don't think my wheels have either of those

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    Re: Wheel Identification

    I don't think so, I can't look at them now because the car is in Columbus for tuning.. I do remember that the bolts were not even the same shape as the ones in the pic you posted, perhaps the wheels had been previously disassembled and fitted with different lips or something? I bought the wheels from a forum member who had them on his AE86..

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    Re: Wheel Identification

    I'll check the bolts when the car comes home, if they don't say ssr, I don't know of any company that did a knockoff of the mkII.. I would be so sad if they weren't the real deal.. You can see pictures of the car and wheels at Facebook.com/dannypadden

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    Re: Wheel Identification

    if they are a very old set of MK2's then they could have no markings.

    of course right now i can't seem to find pics of an old set, but i'm thinking off the silver/slant lips type.

    assuming they're 4x114?

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    Re: Wheel Identification

    The wheels were originally 4 x 114.3 but I re-drilled them to 4 x 110.. My rx7 uses lug bolts which work fine, they have a taper I believe.

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    Re: Wheel Identification

    Here's a link to pictures when I first put them on.. Ill see if I can find the original owner's sale thread too.. viewtopic.php?f=5&t=19307

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    Re: Wheel Identification

    Thanks, I like them too, but if I find out that they are replicas or something i think I'll save my lunch money for 15" work meister cr01's, or scour the internet for a set of star sharks..

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