Aftermarket Chinese wheels

Oillover

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Check out the Radius brand from Tire Rack. They are made by Fondmetal in Italy :)

However, you never told us what kind of car they're going on :p :unsure:
Lol
I specifically left that piece of info out, as I know it's irrelevant to my question.
Radius brand...hmm, never heard of them. I'll check them out.

But if you MUST insist, it's just a 2015 Civic
 
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Lol
I specifically left that piece of info out, as I know it's irrelevant to my question.
Radius brand...hmm, never heard of them. I'll check them out.

But if you MUST insist, it's just a 2015 Civic

It actually is relevant. Common cars with common wheel sizes, bolt pattern, offset, etc. will have more options available.

Your Civic is common enough that many quality choices should be available. It also keeps people from suggesting wheels that aren't made for your car :)
 
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This is a good website on alloy wheels. I've posted it before.


Although they don't like Mille Miglia wheels much, I've had very good luck with them on my BMW. In fact I've gotten compliments on them which is kind of unusual for winter wheels.

My experience with Sport Edition wheels was not at all positive.
 
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They would fail inspection in any European country, let alone TUV.
One example: they measure moisture in brake fluid. Go to brake forum and half of posters are proud to run brake fluid for 15 years.

Edy, that moisture check is obviously just a clever ruse by Big Fluid!
 
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