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have a question about wheels, offet, tire size, stretch, poke, fitment, ask in here! got new wheels and want to show them off? here ya go!

future wheel questions/pictures will be moved here. the more information posted, the better this thread will be

stock wheel information Via Aaron_07

17" wheels:
17x7
Offset 45mm
215/55-17 tires

18" wheels:
18x7.5
Offset 45mm
225/45-18 tires

Source: www.allfactorywheels.com
 

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I'm curious on the offsets and width on the stock tires, most importantly, the SE 18's.
 

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and i think the rim width is 7.5, but it may be 8...but i think its 7.5 inch wide
 

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Looks better than the other ones.
 

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Thanks! Though I am only looking at tirerack because they seem to be the only place that lists the weight of the wheels. I'm looking for both looks and function.

My basic criteria is:
-must be lighter than stock 17" wheels (~23 lbs or less)
-must be reasonably priced (less than $250 a piece)
-preferably in gunmetal or hyper silver / hyper black
-18" (because anything bigger violates either the price or weight criteria above)

If anyone has suggestions, let me know and I'll do a photochop.
 

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Seems like everyone dislikes these wheels, yet no one offers advice on what would look good?

This is the look I am going for. (pretty the much Lexus / BMW look)





However, I don't want wheels that weigh 50 pounds each. (plus cleaning 20 different spokes doesn't sound fun)
It seems like my best options are either split 5-spoke or split 7-spoke (which apparently no one likes).

I do like these:

http://www.tirerack.com/wheels/WheelCloseUpServlet?target=runWheelSearch&initialPartNumber=D675511445MG&wheelMake=ANDROS&wheelModel=Spec+D&wheelFinish=Matte+Grey&showRear=no&autoMake=Toyota&autoModel=Camry+4CYL&autoYear=2012&autoModClar=SE&filterFinish=All&filterSize=All&filterBrand=ANDROS&filterSpecial=false&filterNew=All&filterWeight=All&sort=Brand

but I am afraid the gray would be too dark for my cosmic gray paint. (I am a graphic designer and I prefer contrast over bland dark on dark)
 

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If you are expecting people on this forum to tell you which wheel to buy be ready to buy a million set of wheels. If you like them then get them. After all, you are the one that is going to pay for them and look at them everyday. I myself prefer the five spoke wheel like these:

http://www.discounttire.com/dtcs/findWheelDetail.do?dVeh=dVeh&bp=&tc=MBMALP&c=2&rcz=37076&yr=2012&pc=50239&wd=18&rw=&vid=021966&rc=TNNINT

http://www.discounttire.com/dtcs/findWheelDetail.do?dVeh=dVeh&bp=&tc=MBMINT&c=6&rcz=37076&yr=2012&pc=48584&wd=18&rw=&vid=021966&rc=TNNINT

Also, Vossen makes some nice wheels. It all comes down to personal preference and what YOU like
 

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If you are expecting people on this forum to tell you which wheel to buy be ready to buy a million set of wheels. If you like them then get them. After all, you are the one that is going to pay for them and look at them everyday. I myself prefer the five spoke wheel like these:

http://www.discounttire.com/dtcs/findWheelDetail.do?dVeh=dVeh&bp=&tc=MBMALP&c=2&rcz=37076&yr=2012&pc=50239&wd=18&rw=&vid=021966&rc=TNNINT

http://www.discounttire.com/dtcs/findWheelDetail.do?dVeh=dVeh&bp=&tc=MBMINT&c=6&rcz=37076&yr=2012&pc=48584&wd=18&rw=&vid=021966&rc=TNNINT

Also, Vossen makes some nice wheels. It all comes down to personal preference and what YOU like

You are correct. And I already knew that I would probably disregard everyone's opinion anyways. (if I wanted to impress others with my car, I would have gotten a Fusion or just about anything other than a Camry)

My goal was to try and get this thread about wheels moving along and to see what people like.

Also, those wheels you suggested are quite nice (especially the second one), but from what I can find, they are still too heavy. (and Vossens only come in 19-20" which both increases weight and tire cost)
 
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