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    Wheel question

    i hope this isnt a dumb question, but no one really makes lambo wheel sizes. do you have to go with oem wheels or is there a company that can properly and safely streth a wheel. from 18x8 to a 18X13 or is that a bad idea.

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    Re: Wheel question

    What type of wheel are you looking for? Countach, Merc. Diablo? And where are you located?

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    Re: Wheel question

    im in dallas and i want the black lp640 wheels but im sure they are a grip so i found these that i like but they only come 18x7.5

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    Re: Wheel question

    Have you tried Compomotive? They do all kinds of replica wheels. I get my LC wheels from them. Here's a link to the site; www.compusa.com

    Or call them and ask to speak to Alan. He will even help you and guide you thru how to measure for the off set you want.
    They are in Pennsylvania. ph# 1-717-786-3476
    Tell him Paul Nikola gave you the number. In fact I just placed an order with him yesterday for another set of wheels for a buddy's Countach.

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    Re: Wheel question

    thats the wrong website

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    Re: Wheel question

    Hang on I'll check it again, I took it right from my Favorites list.

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    Re: Wheel question

    Sorry, my bad!!!!! it's www.usacomp.com

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    You can have a wheel streched with no issues, BUT gotta make sure its a quality wheel first

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    Re: Wheel question

    Quote Originally Posted by psn497
    Have you tried Compomotive? They do all kinds of replica wheels. I get my LC wheels from them. Here's a link to the site; www.compusa.com

    Or call them and ask to speak to Alan. He will even help you and guide you thru how to measure for the off set you want.
    They are in Pennsylvania. ph# 1-717-786-3476
    Tell him Paul Nikola gave you the number. In fact I just placed an order with him yesterday for another set of wheels for a buddy's Countach.
    How long does it take for you to get them?

    When was the last time you ordered, before yesterday?

    Kevin

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    Re: Wheel question

    Last time I ordered was 2yrs ago when I built my 25th anniversary Countach. It took about 8 weeks for delivery because the wheels are all custom made. When I spoke to Alan the other day he actually had a list of people placing orders for the Anniversary wheels and he said mine should be ready but September. You have to give them a 50% deposit with balance due prior to shipping.

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