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BBS test fitting!


jrhone
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My BBS project is almost complete. I had tires mounted and I used a number of washers to see how big of a spacer is needed for the front and rear. Here's what the BBS wheels look like mounted. I also weighed the old wheels, 14" BBS RZ wheels with worn 195/60/14 tires. They weighed 30.8 pounds. The new BBS 15" wheels with 195/50/15 tires weigh 28 pounds each. So I saved 3 pounds a wheel.  If you have not followed the saga, the wheels started out as Mazda RX7 wheels. I had them polished, repainted the centers, redrilled to 4x100 and added the blue BBS center caps.  

 

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