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    Looking for some new rims either 14" and 15" but I can't find any 4-bolt pattern ones. Even discount tires doesn't have any. -_-

    Where do you guys find 4-bolt patterned rims?



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    OZ Racing WRC's

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marklovski View Post
    Looking for some new rims either 14" and 15" but I can't find any 4-bolt pattern ones. Even discount tires doesn't have any. -_-

    Where do you guys find 4-bolt patterned rims?
    There are literally thousands of 4x100 wheels out there as that pattern was used on many Hondas as well as Miatas. If you can't find any, you are doing something wrong, and I am not being an ass about that.

    tirerack.com has a good selection. or just google 4x100 15x7 or whatever size you want. tons of stuff

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        click to view fuel log View my fuel log 2014 Mirage ES 1.2 manual: 44.4 mpg (US) ... 18.9 km/L ... 5.3 L/100 km ... 53.3 mpg (Imp)


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    Quote Originally Posted by inuvik View Post
    OZ Racing WRC's
    Whoa those look nice, really expensive for 15" tho

    Quote Originally Posted by Basic View Post
    There are literally thousands of 4x100 wheels out there as that pattern was used on many Hondas as well as Miatas. If you can't find any, you are doing something wrong, and I am not being an ass about that.

    tirerack.com has a good selection. or just google 4x100 15x7 or whatever size you want. tons of stuff
    Well I'm able to find steelies and some rims that aren't ugly, but the colors don't go well with my blue car.

    I was aiming more at finding rims locally in Washington, sorry if I didn't clarify that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marklovski View Post
    Whoa those look nice, really expensive for 15" tho
    The WRC's are worth the money. Seen some Sparco's that have broken. The WRC's are pressure molded instead of cast

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    What are your thoughts on 185/65r14 snow tires? Any good?

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    I emailed Ultra and was contacted by a company one city over from me. If anyone is looking for the rear sway bar in the states. Here is the contact...

    We recently were contacted by Ultra Racing overseas stating you're interested in the rear sway bar for your 2015 Mirage. We originally brought Ultra Racing to the US back in 2008 and we actually have had a huge response for the Mirage on their products.

    I noticed that your address is in St Petersburg, FL as well. We are actually located in Clearwater, FL definitely not far from you.

    We usually sell the bar for $200 shipped. If you decide you'd like to get the sway bar, we can work out a better price for you just need to include tax. We are willing to do $175.00 + tax which would be $187.25.

    Let us know if you have any questions or you're more than welcome to call us during the week.

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    Evan Carollo
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    Hi Guys,

    Will a 17" fit the Mirage?

    Thanks newbie here

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    Quote Originally Posted by elicayan View Post
    Hi Guys,

    Will a 17" fit the Mirage?

    Thanks newbie here
    It may don't think anyone tried to say for sure but it looks like there could be enough clearance. Two things certain speedo will be off and OEM spare is no longer usable

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    the 17"s fit but it will have rubbing issues at the rear when fully loaded.

    don't go 205's if possible. more rubbing in the front and rear.



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