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Japanese Mag wheels identify 
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Got some Japanese wheels and wonder what they are..... check this site out http://kyushashoes.com/pcd/4h-pcd114-3/

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It's been a while since I've had a look at this website and it's changed a bit. It used to list the rarity or difficulty level of finding each type of wheel. The main 2 contenders I would consider upgrading either of my GTs with are Watanabe (like Tom has) or Hayashi racing ( like Brett has) as they are the correct period mags which were used by the factory race teams. That website currently doesn't even list Watanabes for some reason like they used to a couple of years ago. The website is a useful referance for the miriad of wheel styles that have been made over the years though.


Wed Jul 12, 2017 5:14 pm
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Early GT wrote:
It's been a while since I've had a look at this website and it's changed a bit. It used to list the rarity or difficulty level of finding each type of wheel. The main 2 contenders I would consider upgrading either of my GTs with are Watanabe (like Tom has) or Hayashi racing ( like Brett has) as they are the correct period mags which were used by the factory race teams. That website currently doesn't even list Watanabes for some reason like they used to a couple of years ago. The website is a useful referance for the miriad of wheel styles that have been made over the years though.


yes thats strange, i have Watanabe's on the Sport and couldn't find them in the listing.
Some of the others on the list are a bit, shall we say, "ugly"

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