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    Default Rossion Wheel bolt patterns and offset

    So, does anyone know the Rossion Q1 (2010) bolt pattern and offset for the wheels? What about center hub diameter/circle (if that is critical to center wheel)?

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    Bolt pattern 5 x 120. Front wheel is 18x8 with an offset (ET) of 24mm. Rear wheel is 18x10.5 with an offset (ET) of 42mm.

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    Thanks! Is the center mounting hole size significant?

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    what are you looking to do.

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    Just looking for wheel options - i like the stock wheels fine, but it's good to have a spare set - if for no other reason, we (people in my area) seem to be picking up nails more than usual. I've had two other vehicles become slow leakers due to this in the past two months... GRRRRRRRR

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    The closest thing I found to stock not costing over $2k for a darn set of wheels were the Enkei Raijin. They have an 18x8 for the front that is an offset of 32mm, so an 8mm spacer would put it dead nuts on stock. The back is an 18x9.5 with an offset of 35mm - so that doesn't quite match up and would stick out 7 more millimeters. However, I don't feel this is the end of the world and I like the 9.5 for the rear instead of the 10.5 (stock) which makes the wheel stick out further than the sidewall of a 275 tire. Of course if you want to spend $4k for a set of wheels you can get just about anything you want custom made from one of the really good/expensive wheel vendors.
    --Calvin

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    I got a set of Forgelines from Willy in black chrome... in love!
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