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post #1 of 13 Old 08-09-2012, 04:02 PM Thread Starter
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Which wheels are you planning to get for your Chevy Spark?

With so many aftermarket and OEM wheels to choose from what will you guys be putting on your Spark?

I might get the wheels sold with the Cruze LTZ or Eco on lower profile tires, if not maybe Eneki or BBS wheels.
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post #2 of 13 Old 08-09-2012, 04:09 PM
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rota has some nice wheels. i'm really liking their D-Force wheels.



only problem is that their only available in 18" which might be a problem for the Spark.
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post #3 of 13 Old 08-25-2012, 12:21 AM
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hmmmmm... would it boggle someone's mind with the idea of putting BBS on it? I haven't really done my dues to researching rims but I find I would love the idea of this car slammed with a really flush set of BBS'

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hmmmmm... would it boggle someone's mind with the idea of putting BBS on it? I haven't really done my dues to researching rims but I find I would love the idea of this car slammed with a really flush set of BBS'

BBS wheels look awesome on nearly any car, BBS LM's might be a good option...



For a cheaper option, I believe XXR has BBS "style" wheels, much cheaper than authentic stuff.
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BBS wheels look awesome on nearly any car, BBS LM's might be a good option...



For a cheaper option, I believe XXR has BBS "style" wheels, much cheaper than authentic stuff.

i was looking into that. they are the xxr 521's. the smallest size xxr has is 17x7 with a 4 bolt pattern. that to my knowledge should fit really well on our cars: XXR 521
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Rota's I think are one of the best options as far as looks, performance and price, BBS LM's are a bit over kill IMHO. I paid 3k for the ones on my old GTI 337. But if you want to dump that kind of cash on a 13k car more power to ya .
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i Guess it may work with the concept of placing BBS on it? I haven't really done my expenses to exploring wheels but I discover i would really like the concept of this car criticized with a really cleanse set of BBS' .


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post #8 of 13 Old 09-10-2013, 02:02 AM
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rota has some nice wheels. i'm really liking their D-Force wheels.

werd! I'm gonna get the rota track r's in 15s.

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post #9 of 13 Old 09-19-2013, 09:10 PM
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Just got a set of Sport Tuning rims from TireRack. As usual, they were very courteous over the phone with great customer service. Gonna put them on this weekend.
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I will also recommend BBS and i am also using it and i am pretty much fine with these and didn't face a single problem for it.

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