Hahahahaha, I got lectured on another forum for posting “full size” blah, blah, yada, yada....... makes them too hard to view. Buncha whiny-buttsCome on guys, post the full size pics.....
Click-throughs are especially bothersome. Spare us the extra cookies.
The snows definitely decrease economy, but only slightly.. When the temps are closer to 40-45 degrees, my commute averages 40-41 mpg. I've driven in as cold as 19 degrees so far, and I've averaged 32-33 MPG.Nice set up guys! By chance what is the affect on efficiency does the larger tire size affect your car? My OEM’s are needing replacement and was thinking of a different set-up.
I bought the wheels on craigslist for $25 each. I found a local machine shop that bored the center for the hub. They charged $25 for each wheel. So I had $200 total investment.Cool! I like 'em! How did you bore the hubs, and what did that cost? Where did you find the VOLT center caps?
Nicely done! I'm not familiar with wobble nuts, can you explain what they are?I bought the wheels on craigslist for $25 each. I found a local machine shop that bored the center for the hub. They charged $25 for each wheel. So I had $200 total investment.
I did have to buy new lugnuts just to be safe to have the 114.3 to fit properly without stress. I purchased PCD variable lugnuts or wobble nuts. That was about $65.
The Volt center cap I made by pulling off the metal Hyundai logo and using vinyl looking carbon fiber to recover and vinyl letters. I then used clear coat over that. Not sure how long it will last but turned out better than I thought.
The guy I purchased the wheels from had plastidip covering them so they were in excellent condition.
Alloy wheel PCD variable lug nuts (slang wobble nuts) allow you to change the PCD of some alloy wheels. The variable nuts can allow you to interchange wheels like below:Nicely done! I'm not familiar with wobble nuts, can you explain what they are?