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Old 08-24-2015, 11:31 AM   #1
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Anyone seen these wheels before?

Has anyone seen these wheels before? I had just ordered new tires and the place that put them on had damaged them while mounting the tire. They told me about it and said they would buy me replacements but I can't seem to find the same ones. I have contacted a late model restoration site and they have never seen any that look like this. For all I know they could be custom. Should I turn this into the insurance company and see what they say? I'm lost on what to do.

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There is no brand anywhere on them? Not even the inside?
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Idk man? Maybe you can try searching tire rack and discounttiredirect. Plug in your year and model and just search through the pages. Probably your best bet to find them.
OR make them do it by emailing tirerack and DTD with the photo attached
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If you can't find them anywhere, negotiate a settlement with them and get yourself a set of new rims for free.

I've never seen those before, they are not typical Mustang rims AFIAK.
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There is no brand anywhere on them? Not even the inside?
No logos or names at all. Had the wheels off and still could not find anything.

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Idk man? Maybe you can try searching tire rack and discounttiredirect. Plug in your year and model and just search through the pages. Probably your best bet to find them.
OR make them do it by emailing tirerack and DTD with the photo attached
Could not find anything on tire rack or discount tire I found some that had a similar look but nothing exact.
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Tell them that they are buying you a new set of rims then. Plenty of stuff on AM that is probably cheaper than what they are expecting to pay you. I'd just be a little gun shy of letting them touch the new wheels... not sure how any competent shop damages ALL 4.


Was it some dude with the valve stem installer making big gouges in the rim lip because that is one thing I HAVE seen.
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Wait they damaged all four? Lol
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He said replacements. I dunno. I'd want 4 new ones if they couldn't match that rim tho.
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I ordered a pair of tires just for the front since one had a broken belt and were near the end of their life. The guy behind the counter told me about how they fell off the machine. The one they told me about had a small chunk missing and some dings. The other had a decent scratch. I honestly don't know how you F up both wheels...
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I ordered a pair of tires just for the front since one had a broken belt and were near the end of their life. The guy behind the counter told me about how they fell off the machine. The one they told me about had a small chunk missing and some dings. The other had a decent scratch. I honestly don't know how you F up both wheels...
Sounds like a Les Schwab special to me
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Some 45 year old mullet asshat was probably air guitaring to "Jump" by Van Halen and just knocked them over.


Tell that shop that they need to find the replacements and if not have them professionally repaired or buy you a new set of 4 wheels.


And this time watch them mount/balance the wheels. My tire shop lets me watch. InB4 "likes to watch" jokes.
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Some 45 year old mullet asshat was probably air guitaring to "Jump" by Van Halen and just knocked them over.


Tell that shop that they need to find the replacements and if not have them professionally repaired or buy you a new set of 4 wheels.


And this time watch them mount/balance the wheels. My tire shop lets me watch. InB4 "likes to watch" jokes.
Bet he drives an fbody
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Some 45 year old mullet asshat was probably air guitaring to "Jump" by Van Halen and just knocked them over.


Tell that shop that they need to find the replacements and if not have them professionally repaired or buy you a new set of 4 wheels.


And this time watch them mount/balance the wheels. My tire shop lets me watch. InB4 "likes to watch" jokes.
They said they could repair them but would not look like how they used to look... Guess I'll be getting a new set then
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Sounds like a Les Schwab special to me
more like Les schwab to new ones
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Take a look on AM and price out a set of 4 and make damn sure whatever they give you will cover 4 new wheels that fit your tires and that they will also be doing a free install and balance and like I said, make sure you watch them do it this time.
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Sounds like a Les Schwab special to me
Do I even want to know what this means? lol
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If you give me a few days I can create a set on Amazon at the low low price of $999.99 each. Then you get $2k for new wheels and tires 😎


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Just got an estimate from the local body shop. Since the wheels have a rubber/powered finish, they would have to redo every wheel. Guess I'll be getting a new set then Question: Would 19" or 20" rims fit on my 2012 v6? And with what offset? I'm looking for a staggered set.
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You could go with either 19s or 20s. I have 19s oem on mine with the premium package. Stagger wise 8.5 in the front and 10 in the back looks nice but u may want to look at pics and see if you like that look.

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For the easy way out, just jump on www.americanmuscle.com and get in the 10-14 section and they'll have staggered rim packages. Remember to PM a rep for the 6% discount code.


And when they DO come in, make damn sure you inspect them really well and if there are any nicks or blemishes at all, contact AM and get a replacement. One of the ones I got from them once has a very minor blemish and they replaced it.


Also take real good pics of them before you take them to this shop for install so if they booger one again you have a record of that.

FINALLY, what size tires do you have? Because since you already have tires you are probably not going to want a staggered set of rims unless you have a staggered set of tires.


Unless you are going to buy new tires too... Then you might as well just get a wheel/tire pack from AM and get the $$$ from this shop for the rims and never go there again. And then put your tires on CL and see if you can get a few bucks for them.
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Also, if you find yourself limited on funds at times, a staggered set might not do well for you. As you cannot rotate them. Thus, you will have to replace the rear ones more frequently depending on driving habits and such.

I am mentioning this because I know someone who got a staggered set and got an nail in their tire that could not be repaired. And now they are down a car for a bit because they didn't have $300 for a new tire and to get it mounted and balanced.
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If the car is daily driven they yeah, its very often better to get a 9" wide set all the way around to rotate them. Or if you want superior handling then a 9 or 9.5" wide set all the way around is the way to go. For a street car that only sees nice days or weekends then staggered is fine.


I drove my 98 about 3K a year when I had it and the front tires never even looked worn and rear tires are not exactly super expensive to replace every few years.


Especially if one gets smaller diameter rims the tires start to get much much cheaper. Example for my 2000 is that 17" tires are almost $100 cheaper per tire than the same brand tire in a similar width for 18". Also the lighter the rim the better the performance will be especially for an engine that isn't super torquey.
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You could go with either 19s or 20s. I have 19s oem on mine with the premium package. Stagger wise 8.5 in the front and 10 in the back looks nice but u may want to look at pics and see if you like that look.


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Can you post a few pictures of yours? I'm curious to see what the clearance is between the tires and fenders.

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For the easy way out, just jump on www.americanmuscle.com and get in the 10-14 section and they'll have staggered rim packages. Remember to PM a rep for the 6% discount code.


And when they DO come in, make damn sure you inspect them really well and if there are any nicks or blemishes at all, contact AM and get a replacement. One of the ones I got from them once has a very minor blemish and they replaced it.


Also take real good pics of them before you take them to this shop for install so if they booger one again you have a record of that.

FINALLY, what size tires do you have? Because since you already have tires you are probably not going to want a staggered set of rims unless you have a staggered set of tires.


Unless you are going to buy new tires too... Then you might as well just get a wheel/tire pack from AM and get the $$$ from this shop for the rims and never go there again. And then put your tires on CL and see if you can get a few bucks for them.
My current tires are 235/50/18. I like the looks of the 19 and 20". So if I were to go with the bigger size wheels I would need to get new tires. It is not DD. So in the future I may have a pair of new tires for sale! But I was wondering if having the 20" wheels, would it make the car substantially slower? The cost of tires is not too much of an issue since I have another vehicle.
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Also, if you find yourself limited on funds at times, a staggered set might not do well for you. As you cannot rotate them. Thus, you will have to replace the rear ones more frequently depending on driving habits and such.

I am mentioning this because I know someone who got a staggered set and got an nail in their tire that could not be repaired. And now they are down a car for a bit because they didn't have $300 for a new tire and to get it mounted and balanced.

Wouldn't he have had to replace the tire regardless of it being staggered?
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Wouldn't he have had to replace the tire regardless of it being staggered?
True, but the tread was also wearing down and was needing replaced before he caught the nail. He was trying to put it off because he didnt have the funds right away. Then when he got the nail, he just couldn't drive it at all for a few days.

And since he couldn't ever rotate the wheels, the tread in the back was almost all gone while the front was still really good.
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I get the argument that you can't rotate and the rear tires could need replacing more frequently.

But I still don't get how this particular instance relates back to his decision to run a staggered setup. If he would have caught the same nail in a front tire with plenty of tread he would still have had to replace it.

I would argue this was a win since he already needed a new tire.

All that aside. If you get a flat and it puts you out of commission you prob need to buy a cheaper car. But that's not what this thread is about either.
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I get the argument that you can't rotate and the rear tires could need replacing more frequently.

But I still don't get how this particular instance relates back to his decision to run a staggered setup. If he would have caught the same nail in a front tire with plenty of tread he would still have had to replace it.

I would argue this was a win since he already needed a new tire.

All that aside. If you get a flat and it puts you out of commission you prob need to buy a cheaper car. But that's not what this thread is about either.
True. I didn't clarify the right item in the first post. But yes, the guy has limited funds as it is and got a car with a staggered setup. But with the way the rear wears down faster, he is finding himself in a bind in replacing them in the future. Regardless of nails.

and I told him the same thing about a cheaper car. lol.
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Has anyone seen these wheels before? I had just ordered new tires and the place that put them on had damaged them while mounting the tire. They told me about it and said they would buy me replacements but I can't seem to find the same ones. I have contacted a late model restoration site and they have never seen any that look like this. For all I know they could be custom. Should I turn this into the insurance company and see what they say? I'm lost on what to do.

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I am sorry but a little confused. Did you buy the rims from the shop or did you have them already? Then if you had them, did they come on the car or did you find them somewhere and put them on the car?

They may be a cheap knock off set. That could be why your not finding any others on any tire and rims sites. When they said that they may have to buy you replacements, that would be the two that were damaged on the front only?

If they can't find those rims, they may just give you a only give you the value of used rims. They could also find some that were in good shape and put on used rims. Might be better to let them fix them and knock of the price of them new tires.
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For a second, I thought these were the same rims.

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I am sorry but a little confused. Did you buy the rims from the shop or did you have them already? Then if you had them, did they come on the car or did you find them somewhere and put them on the car?

They may be a cheap knock off set. That could be why your not finding any others on any tire and rims sites. When they said that they may have to buy you replacements, that would be the two that were damaged on the front only?

If they can't find those rims, they may just give you a only give you the value of used rims. They could also find some that were in good shape and put on used rims. Might be better to let them fix them and knock of the price of them new tires.
They came on the car when I bought it used last year.

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Here is the damage to the front two. It might not look bad but I try to keep my car looking clean as possible so I'm a little anal about it

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As we are all about our cars. But sooner or later one of us will end up with some curb rash. Hopefully that will be later when it won't sting so much when some of us order a complete set of rims for the car.

Curious on what they will look like repaired. If you can only see them close up, it might be easier to have them fix it and get on with life.
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