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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 01-23-2013, 11:47 AM Thread Starter
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Toybox wheels

Anyone know the offset and exact size of the toybox wheels? I love the look of smashfactory's setup here and drop.


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Wow, that looks awesome.
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16x7 22mm offset
17x8 35mm offset

at least the ones sector sold were...

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The tires are A048's 195's and 225's. (Waiting on my A050's). The et's are 22 frt & 35 rear. I will be running 17x9.5 on the rear and 16x8.5 on the front next week with some different offsets. Hope my math is correct.
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Those look like Pagani mirrors. Does anyone know who makes them?

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Those look like Pagani mirrors. Does anyone know who makes them?

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Those look like Pagani mirrors. Does anyone know who makes them?
I thought they were toybox...previous owner had them installed on my car. Gotta admit though, I couldn't find anything except what Fast Forward linked.

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I thought they were toybox...previous owner had them installed on my car. Gotta admit though, I couldn't find anything except what Fast Forward linked.
They are Toybox (aka OuterPlus); they are basically motorcycle mirrors (quite possibly sourced from Magic Racing) on custom stems and/or base plates. While they still offer something similar (in Japan, of course), as far as I can tell, the design seen in the pictures of smashfactory's car is no longer available.

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