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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 08-15-2017, 02:22 PM Thread Starter
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Anyone run Niche Misanos on their MN12? I'd like to see pictures, they're available in our bolt pattern and 18 or 19 inches but they have 40mm offset, what does a 40mm offset look like?


Part Number Finish Size Bolt Pattern Bolt Pattern Bore Offset BSM (in) Cap Num Rating (lb) Weight (lb) Lug Type LipSize (in)

M116188033+40 GD -Matte GUN 18 x 8 5x108 63.50 40 6.020 1003-22V 1600 26 CONICAL 0

M116198533+40 GD -Matte GUN 19 x 8.50 5x108 63.50 40 6.280 1003-22V 1600 28 CONICAL 0


I'd love to do a staggered 19 in the back and 18 in the front with meaty sidewalls, I hate the look with the low profile side walls. So what do you guys think? Biggest concern I have is about the wheels offset, I don't want it sticking out and I don't want it hiding in like the stockers, I want it flush with the body.


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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old 08-15-2017, 02:33 PM
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I haven't seen anyone run them. I have 17x8 with a 42mm offset, so a 40mm will just be bumped out slightly more.
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I have Niche Turins, 19" staggered. I couldn't find anything in the 5x4.25" bolt pattern that would allow the deep concave that the rears should have. An 8.5" wide wheel isn't very concave. To get the 9.5" or wider wheel, I hubswapped to 5x4.5". Pics of the Turins in my garage, my offset is in the 30's.
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I have Niche Turins, 19" staggered. I couldn't find anything in the 5x4.25" bolt pattern that would allow the deep concave that the rears should have. An 8.5" wide wheel isn't very concave. To get the 9.5" or wider wheel, I hubswapped to 5x4.5". Pics of the Turins in my garage, my offset is in the 30's.
Yeah, I like your setup, looks real nice, I'm a fan of thicker side walls so I'll go with a 17 or 18 inch wheel. Offset is bothering me a lot, I like how your wheels don't stick out and they're level with the body of the car. The problem with looks and offset is it changes from one style of wheel to the other.

I like your Niche Turins, if they were available in 17 and 18 inches with our bolt pattern I'd probably do that.
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