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Hi,
I'm thinking of changing my wheel's to some Bee R B5's and i'm wondering...

1) What offset would i need to get to make the wheel's fill the arch's?

2) Are these rim's any good.....ie; Are they lightweight? Are they strong?

This is for a 1995 R33 GTR, any advice will be appriciated,

Thank's

Mark
 

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Il let you know when i get mine mate;)
If you get a 9.5 rim width, something around the 12-20mm offset figure.
As regards strength, alot of the jap drift teams use em from what ive heard.
 

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I have Bee-R's

They only do +25 offset. I use 20mm spacer to push em right out on my 32 GTR, but they looked ok without them.

Rims weighs just over 10kg, not bad for an 18 incher, Bee-R are a well established company, so I'm sure they are a good wheel, strong etc, they have twin valves like on proper race rims.
 

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Milko said:
I have Bee-R's

They only do +25 offset. I use 20mm spacer to push em right out on my 32 GTR, but they looked ok without them.

Rims weighs just over 10kg, not bad for an 18 incher, Bee-R are a well established company, so I'm sure they are a good wheel, strong etc, they have twin valves like on proper race rims.
Your wheels are absolutely superb, to the extent that they're the only set of wheels I've ever seen that I'd seriously consider purchasing. I normally think wheels are a rip-off, but yours just look perfect. :)
 
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