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XXR 530 Wheels Reviews


new wheels for 05 mini s convertabile

Reviewed By keith m (ANDREWS, NC) Reviewed for a 2005 Mini Cooper —11/1/2016 6:08 AM

these wheels look and handle awesome wider stance makes this mini a real eye catcher lots of comments on how good they look and the matte black hides the nasty brake dust as well factory lugs worked great bought matte black heat resistant paint and painted them also great match.these are also 17x7 which add even more impressive look

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Konig Interflow Wheels Reviews


Look better than expected (Jetta GLI)

Reviewed By Mark Z (OLMSTED TOWNSHIP, OH) Reviewed for a 2013 Volkswagen Jetta —5/19/2017 5:08 PM

I originally bought the miro's 111 but had to return them because they do not fit the jetta. They are to wide. So after looking for awhile longer I choose these konigs'. Glad I did, they look awesome. Shipping was great and were delivered a day earlier than expected. Price was excellent. I always end up buying from auto anything after looking at other sites because they normally know what they're taking about.

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DUB Push Wheels Reviews


I like them but wish I knew more before buying

Reviewed By Andrew S (Leominster, MA) Reviewed for a 2015 Ford F-150 —5/19/2017 10:57 AM

The wheels are great, but were difficult to work with. To start off, they are reverse drop rims, which means that the tires need to be mounted from the back, rather than the front. Many tire installers don't know how to work with this - so beware when you get them installed. Since they are reverse drop, they have two valve stems, one in the back of the rim for the TPMS sensor, and one in the front to be able to fill the air. Also, you will need special lug-nuts as the lug holes are tight!

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