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October 13, 2015, 11:07 AM #0

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Anyone know of a shop that sells varrstoen specifically the ES3 Model 17in Hyper Black?   Or the Es6 17in :P


I also have a few questions about rims...I found an adapter from 73.1 - 65.1 for the CB  but my bolt pattern is 5X110 and the site has two ptions of 5X100 or 5x114.3 ...  if I grab the bigger size will that affect my lugs at all?  also  my offset is 44mm and these are as big as 35, does that matter?

and last thing, the Width is 9-10 but my cars stock width for rims is 8?

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    October 13, 2015, 11:08 AM #1

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    I would buy a 18/19 in set but I wana just swap my current tires to the new ones and use my old hubs as a winter set.

      October 13, 2015, 11:17 AM #2

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      No you cannot use 5x100 or 5x114.3 on 5x110.

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        October 13, 2015, 11:17 AM #3

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        Well for one, the bolt pattern won't even fit your car.
        Yes offset matters. But it is relative to the wheel width, so because a wheel has the same offset as your current wheels (for example) doesn't mean it will fit same, if the width isn't the same.

        Edit: Shaun beat me to it.
        Originally posted by Madbuzz41
        I'm not a fan of blowing for a long time anyways ; )


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          October 13, 2015, 11:19 AM #4

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          Originally posted by Shaun
          No you cannot use 5x100 or 5x114.3 on 5x110.

          http://www.willtheyfit.com/
          Originally posted by jordisonjr
          Well for one, the bolt pattern won't even fit your car.
          Yes offset matters. But it is relative to the wheel width, so because a wheel has the same offset as your current wheels (for example) doesn't mean it will fit same, if the width isn't the same.

          Edit: Shaun beat me to it.

          Oh okay are there any adapters I can buy for this or do i need to look at a different set?

            October 13, 2015, 11:26 AM #5

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            There are adapters like http://www.ebay.ca/itm/4pc-1-5x110-to-5x114-3-Wheel-Adapters-Spacers-12x1-5-for-Cadillac-Saturn-/151688246052?hash=item235152f324&vxp=mtr but personally I would never use them.

            You are better off searching for wheels that come in your bolt pattern.

              October 13, 2015, 11:28 AM #6

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              Originally posted by Shaun
              There are adapters like http://www.ebay.ca/itm/4pc-1-5x110-to-5x114-3-Wheel-Adapters-Spacers-12x1-5-for-Cadillac-Saturn-/151688246052?hash=item235152f324&vxp=mtr but personally I would never use them.

              You are better off searching for wheels that come in your bolt pattern.

              Thanks man, are there any negative impacts of using these spacers?   


                October 13, 2015, 11:30 AM #7

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                Originally posted by Thebrowntornado
                Thanks man, are there any negative impacts of using these spacers?   
                Well they push the wheels out another 1" so they might stick outside the fender...and possible quality issues...

                  October 13, 2015, 11:33 AM #8

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                  Originally posted by Shaun
                  Well they push the wheels out another 1" so they might stick outside the fender...and possible quality issues...

                  Damn, do you know of any similar brands ?   

                    October 13, 2015, 11:39 AM #9

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                    Originally posted by Thebrowntornado
                    Damn, do you know of any similar brands ?
                    Just buy wheels with the proper bolt pattern.

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                      October 13, 2015, 11:41 AM #10

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                      Originally posted by Riley
                      Just buy wheels with the proper bolt pattern.

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                      I don't know where to look lol

                        October 13, 2015, 11:51 AM #11

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                        x2 on wheels with the proper bolt pattern.
                        Or if you really can't find anything, find parts to change your bolt pattern, but that'll be pricey, and likely difficult for your application.
                        Originally posted by Madbuzz41
                        I'm not a fan of blowing for a long time anyways ; )


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                          October 13, 2015, 12:53 PM #13

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                          Originally posted by jordisonjr
                          x2 on wheels with the proper bolt pattern.
                          Or if you really can't find anything, find parts to change your bolt pattern, but that'll be pricey, and likely difficult for your application.

                          Okay :( Ill just go to a local shop then

                            October 13, 2015, 02:55 PM #14

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                            Go to Speed Factor on Pembina, they sell Varrstoen's and will get you setup with what will fit your car properly.

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                              Rota probably makes something you like in a 5x110 bolt pattern, and the price point is similar (bit lower, actually) to Varrstoen

                                October 14, 2015, 08:07 AM #16

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                                Originally posted by Winter Beater
                                Go to Speed Factor on Pembina, they sell Varrstoen's and will get you setup with what will fit your car properly.

                                Thanks dude Ill check em out today! do you know if they will swap my tires as well?
                                If they do Ill buy them today and post some pictures up!


                                Originally posted by firelizard
                                Rota probably makes something you like in a 5x110 bolt pattern, and the price point is similar (bit lower, actually) to Varrstoen
                                Awesome!  Ill google them too

                                  October 14, 2015, 08:24 AM #17

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                                  Originally posted by Thebrowntornado
                                  Thanks dude Ill check em out today! do you know if they will swap my tires as well?
                                  If they do Ill buy them today and post some pictures up!

                                  Awesome!  Ill google them too

                                  Yeah I'm pretty sure they have the equipment to mount and balance tires at their shop.

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                                    Varrstoen does custom drilling for bolt patterns. Just costs a little more.

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                                      Originally posted by cluelessk
                                      Varrstoen does custom drilling for bolt patterns. Just costs a little more.

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                                      Originally posted by Winter Beater
                                      Yeah I'm pretty sure they have the equipment to mount and balance tires at their shop.



                                      Thought I'd give you all an update lol, apparently speed factor thinks they're above talking about competitors.   I walked in with a quote from a new shop right around the corner for cheap rims, they offered me 160 per rim and the guy just said no way they can touch our stuff don't match it.    I think the fact that they are cheap rims to begin with may have gone over their head, there are defiantly high profit margins if the msrvps are listed at 250+ and they "Drop" the price almost 100 bucks.   I work in sales, yall can eat a bag of fermented dicks.  I should mention the same rims they offered me where at 179, not very far off.

                                      Unless you don't own that shop then don't do that.

                                      On the nicer note I found some cool two piece rsgts I might pick up in 18in instead of 17s and just let those new all season 17ins go to waste :'(
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                                        Originally posted by cluelessk
                                        Varrstoen does custom drilling for bolt patterns. Just costs a little more.

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                                        yeh its 25 extra per wheel and they price in USD

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                                          Were you comparing the EXACT same rim or two different rims for price?

                                            October 14, 2015, 06:51 PM #22

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                                            Originally posted by Winter Beater
                                            Were you comparing the EXACT same rim or two different rims for price?

                                            I had the same rim and a second one I asked to see if they had, fast is **** any ways though.

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                                              October 14, 2015, 07:50 PM #24

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                                              Originally posted by Shaun
                                              What
                                              Yes

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