Not quite - I did grind/polish the curb rash on the wheels, but life got in the way (work, kitchen remodeling, shock/bushing upgrades, etc).(Eddie, I think you actually changed wheels since the above post.)
What I was trying to suggest was taking some off-the-shelf product such as this set of $650 17" rims, removing the face, and reverse mounting it on the inside for the rear wheels. Or think if it as removing the barrel from the wheel face, flipping it and remounting. The math does not work with this particular set pictured here, but imagine the face unscrewed from the internal lip of the barrel and instead attached flipped onto the other side of that internal lip.There is no such thing as reversible multipiece Esprit wheel - the offsets would not make it feasible.
Note here I didn't say they were any good or the ones I would choose. But the first new example. Obs there are many used.What set of multi piece wheels any size are $650 for a set?
This JNC is not a multi-piece wheel. At $183 that was my first clue. This is a faux look wheel with decorative bolts.Note here I didn't say they were any good or the ones I would choose. But the first new example. Obs there are many used.
JNC Wheels - 18" JNC005 Silver Machine Lip Rim - 5x120 - 18x8 inch https://www.amazon.com/dp/B076SWPZZT/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_OCylEbY23A2A1
No.Without regard to specifics or financial due diligence, to re-state the question which has led to this rabbit hole:
Is it conceivable that there exists a 2-piece wheel with a barrel that is reversible? I do not have an example, yet I don't know why it would not exist. And I don't know why a manufacturer would not have accidentally created such a feature without even intending to.