NiGhTFiRe said:I was wondering what the bolt pattern was for the ion redline. Some one told me it was 5x110 with a 42mm offset and I was wondering if this is true. Thanks.
My order has shipped, and I will likely be getting it the middle of next week. I will let you know how the fit is. I got the R28's with Nokian WR's which is an All-Season tire with winter bias. I've read good things about the Nokian WR's, and will soon see whether they are worth it. If you give them a call and ask for Gary Allison (that's who helped me), you might have better luck. I think they took a day or two to reply back by email when I initially contacted them.Mjr_Havok said:Gary,
Which Ronal Wheel and Tires did you order? I emailed them about the R38s with HanKooks but I have not heard back. Did the hub size fit correctly as well as the bolt pattern?
Thanks for your time.
wow Gary you really are taking this wheel thing seriously.Gary Perez said:Yes, Ronal offers our size wheels. I just ordered a winter wheel/tire package from them. I probably would have gone with steelies, but couldn't find those for the Redline anywhere. At least my car will be looking sweet in the winter even with snows on. I didn't want to buy the tires seperately because I want to be able to swap them aback and forth depending on the type of winter we have.
As a matter of fact, they cost just shy of $1,000 before shipping for the tire and wheel set. The stock tires are for dry and wet roads only. If you drive them in the slightest bit of snow, you will probably see what I mean. Of course if you don't take the car out in the snow, that works too, but I will likely have to drive in at least a few days of snow this winter.motorheadkev said:wow Gary you really are taking this wheel thing seriously.
i think you are the only RL owner with two sets of wheel tire combos
must be nice, you must have a lot worse winters in the section of NY you are in.
the winters can be bad down state i think the RL tires will be ok here.
what did you have to pay for another set of wheel/tires $1,000?