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 Post subject: Hayashi Street on Datsun 510
PostPosted: Thu Sep 30, 2010 4:54 am 
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Hello!

Need an opinion ...
You guys know anyone who has a Datsun 510 with the rims of the same photo? It's what I needed to know the extent of them and offset ...
The rear wheels are wider than the front wheels. I think the rims are 6.5J front and back of 7J.

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Moved to proper section.

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 Post subject: Re: Hayashi Street on Datsun 510
PostPosted: Fri Oct 01, 2010 7:26 pm 
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Miguel SSS wrote:
The rear wheels are wider than the front wheels. I think the rims are 6.5J front and back of 7J.


From the photo, I would bet your guess is correct. Offset on both is in the +10 range, assuming it still has 510 front struts (which most Japanese cars do).


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PostPosted: Fri Oct 08, 2010 2:28 am 
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I have a set in +10 offset those look to be about +10 in the front but i'd say the rears are closer to 0 offset


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butterscotchke20 wrote:
I have a set in +10 offset those look to be about +10 in the front but i'd say the rears are closer to 0 offset


But a 7" zero offset wheel on the rear would be closer to the fender lip than that. :wink:


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nice wheels~ fitted on nice ride :tu:
admire it :mrgreen:

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good looking wheels, but its so hard getting a hold of the company though.


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PostPosted: Tue Oct 26, 2010 2:28 pm 
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Someone can give me an idea of the extent of the tires of the picture?


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If you mean size, my money is on a 195/50-15. :tu:


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Look more like 14" to me, I'm tipping 14x6.5" and 14x7" with low positive offsets and 185/60R14s.

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seventhskyline wrote:
Look more like 14" to me, I'm tipping 14x6.5" and 14x7" with low positive offsets and 185/60R14s.


Sorry, brain fade. Yeah, definitely look like a 185/60-14. :tu: :mrgreen:


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you really cant go wrong with the 195/50/15 (on a 7")....although the extra sidewall of a 60/14 is a little softer through the bumps...and if that car is on 280zx struts, then the +10 would still be just about right to clear the strut tube...

...& remember, the four door has less outer clearance in the rear than the two door (rear door dogleg/jamb)....you can wedge a 7" 0et under a two door (with camber & fender rolling)

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This rims is R13...
see this picture of the same car .... is that the rim is on the ground ... you can see the size
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After some research I managed to find something else, now I just need to know the width of the rims ...


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abah wrote:
nice wheels~ fitted on nice ride :tu:
admire it :mrgreen:


hehehe... sudah la ko... ni puji xikhlas tu... ko kan tosco

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Aha. Well then probably still same widths, but in 13". Could be 175/60s.

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Wow, given 100 guesses I would have NEVER thought those were 13" wheels. :P

They just don't look that small...


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Hayashis are soo sexy. Wish I could afford a set :( One of my favorite og wheels :) (I should have bought a set of the fake axis rips before they got disco'd)

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I love my Command 500s (marked as Street II on the back side of them). They are my favorite set of wheels for my Roadster. I've got, Panasports, Libres, and the Hayashis and the Hayashis feel the best of the bunch. I'd love a set of these Hayahis however, but in a 15x7 (or 14x7 if I found a set I could afford :roll: :wink: ) Without a doubt, very cool wheels.

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