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    15x8s on a mirage

    Jealous of cani-lupi cool pictures, and autocross season right around the corner, i dug these out of my attic. They are 15x8 25ET (not sure what 25et equates to for offset or backspace)

    No way this will happen lol. Here's some pictures for fun, massive wheel poke. Didn't even bother lifting the front up once i seen the poke.

    Guess I'll stick these on the miata and keep the mirage on the ensaves... I scored some real cool hubcaps earlier this year from a fellow forum member anyways!


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    Ummm...are those real CE28N wheels?!?

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        click to view fuel log View my fuel log 2015 Mirage ES 1.2 manual: 51.6 mpg (US) ... 21.9 km/L ... 4.6 L/100 km ... 61.9 mpg (Imp)


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    Quote Originally Posted by Top_Fuel View Post
    Ummm...are those real CE28N wheels?!?
    I don't know they are light af tho. They're drilled for 2 patterns but only1has the landing pads for lugs. Kinda odd

    I got them used ( for the miata ) and put them in my attic until today when i got antsy

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    I picked up a set of (real) used 15x6.5" CE28N wheels a few months ago. They'll be going on my Mirage as soon as winter is over. I think they only weigh about 8.7 lbs each!

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    Looks good. Do all four for a day of driving & pictures.

    Thanks for sharing.

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    Those have a nice deep offset. I run the same size wheels as you do.
    15x8 et25 But I mounted Stock 185/55/15 tires which gives it that stretched look.
    All you need is to roll your rear fenders and pull it a little for them to clear.
    I rolled and pulled mine after getting the tool from China.

    Only the rears rubs. The front is fine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eggman View Post
    Looks good. Do all four for a day of driving & pictures.

    Thanks for sharing.
    Quote Originally Posted by Johnny Mullet View Post
    Moar pics!
    I should've tested the front. I don't think I could've driven or believe me, I would've!

    Quote Originally Posted by Fit View Post
    Those have a nice deep offset. I run the same size wheels as you do.
    15x8 et25 But I mounted Stock 185/55/15 tires which gives it that stretched look.
    All you need is to roll your rear fenders and pull it a little for them to clear.
    I rolled and pulled mine after getting the tool from China.

    Only the rears rubs. The front is fine.
    Got any pics? It was a good 1-1/2 sticking out I can't imagine it ever clears!
    I believe I have 225/45/15s mounted on them, though, so big difference, but you still must have done serious pulling to tuck them lips!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Top_Fuel View Post
    I think they only weigh about 8.7 lbs each!
    That's insanely light!

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    Wow..225s are wider than the rim.
    With 185s only the rim pokes out a little.
    With 195s was about flush with the rim.
    I get a good stance and still have stock fuel
    Economy. With those lightweight rims of yours if you go 185s it would be perfect.

    I don't have really good pictures that I took.will take some and post it here.



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