Konig Rewind

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Postby spranga » Fri Jul 25, 2008 1:09 am

Hi Brian,

Do you have any pics of the 15x7 +20 Konig Rewinds? I am assuming the pics in this thread are the +38.

Any fitment issues with the +20 likely on an 1994 (slightly lowered, running 195/50s)?

Also does this wheel come in full graphite or bronze for delivery to Australia?

Thanks for a great miata resource!
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Postby Brian » Fri Jul 25, 2008 7:38 am

spranga wrote:Hi Brian,

Do you have any pics of the 15x7 +20 Konig Rewinds? I am assuming the pics in this thread are the +38.

Any fitment issues with the +20 likely on an 1994 (slightly lowered, running 195/50s)?

Also does this wheel come in full graphite or bronze for delivery to Australia?

Thanks for a great miata resource!


Sorry, if we had pics of 20mm offset they would be here....the 20mm fitment is only made in silver.
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Postby spranga » Fri Jul 25, 2008 4:07 pm

Do you think I would need to roll my guards?
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Postby Brian » Fri Jul 25, 2008 4:13 pm

yes, 20mm would need a fender lip roll. The fact that you had to ask that question concerns me....please note that when it says RACE offset, we really mean 20mm is a race offset for real race use. The 20mm offset version is a VERY POOR choice for a street Miata....unless you like having your paint scrubbed off as you drive down the street with a spray of rocks from the tires sticking out the sides of your fenders.
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Postby spranga » Sat Jul 26, 2008 1:36 am

:lol: Yep these would be a second set. I have 15x7 40+ street set already.

Thanks for the advice Brian.
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Postby Brian » Mon Jul 28, 2008 7:42 am

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