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Old 01-23-2009, 05:52 PM   #1 (permalink)
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anyone rocking some te37's? iv become a fan, but cant recall seeing any here



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Old 01-23-2009, 05:58 PM   #2 (permalink)
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those mirrors are dope where do u get em at what r they called? im in norcal we dont have them yet.

btw havent seen any te37s except on roadsterdrift blog on a roadster. I think ive seen 17s on here they were white on a orange car or soemthing.
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Old 01-23-2009, 06:06 PM   #3 (permalink)
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yeah, i've always wanted a set of te37's in bronze on my 95. then i got a set of k1's that better fit my budget. i mounted tires on a set of te37's a customer had brought in - the rims alone feel lighter in person than compared to what it's listed on tirerack.

those rims can make almost any car look good, pending suspension setup, alignment setting, and tire size.
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the TE37 gravels are difficult to get. I only seen a few of them on NA's over in japan, but I have never seen a set here in the US. I have been trying to get a set for some time now.
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I have a set of bronze 16" TE-37s that I used to run on my Miata. They're in the garage, currently unused. They don't fit now that the car is flared.
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Old 01-23-2009, 06:26 PM   #6 (permalink)
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I saw those bronze ones Dave.....what were the width and offset on them?
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I was going to pick up a set in the time attack style but ended up with the Work VSXX instead.

There is one guy on the mazda-speed forum rocking them on his MSM.
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TE37s dont come with nice offsets for 4x100... they probably figured hondas are the only cars using them
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Too bad low offset TE37s are only available with a 4x114.3 PCD, they look so good...
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There are low offset 4x100 TE37s!

Just have to fly to Japan and look through piles of used wheels at like UpGarage or Autobacs. I'm kicking myself for never picking them up while I was in Japan.

Most guys that DO run TE37s in Japan are mostly track guys too. So they tend to have some BBKs that won't clear the low offset wheels without spacers, hence, even in Japan it's still a rare chance to find them.

In America, forget about it. I've asked Mackin before and they laughed at me lol
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There are low offset 4x100 TE37s!

Just have to fly to Japan and look through piles of used wheels at like UpGarage or Autobacs. I'm kicking myself for never picking them up while I was in Japan.

Most guys that DO run TE37s in Japan are mostly track guys too. So they tend to have some BBKs that won't clear the low offset wheels without spacers, hence, even in Japan it's still a rare chance to find them.

In America, forget about it. I've asked Mackin before and they laughed at me lol
Yea - same here, Even through all my friend hook ups, I asked for a TE37 Gravel in 4x100 14x7 +0 and they literally laughed at me.
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didnt super_seth have 16 0r 17's on his wings west kited na?
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There are low offset 4x100 TE37s!

Just have to fly to Japan and look through piles of used wheels at like UpGarage or Autobacs. I'm kicking myself for never picking them up while I was in Japan.

Most guys that DO run TE37s in Japan are mostly track guys too. So they tend to have some BBKs that won't clear the low offset wheels without spacers, hence, even in Japan it's still a rare chance to find them.

In America, forget about it. I've asked Mackin before and they laughed at me lol
Yea - same here, Even through all my friend hook ups, I asked for a TE37 Gravel in 4x100 14x7 +0 and they literally laughed at me.
This is TRUE! But at least you have those dope ass Dori Dori Mesh wheels....those make me drool!
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they make 14x6.5 +15 in 4x100 and they look sweeeeeeeeet




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anyone rocking some te37's? iv become a fan, but cant recall seeing any here


Hey that's my corolla LOL.. BTW these TE's are for sale, but they are 4x114.3.. otherwise they would be on my NB.
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Old 01-23-2009, 08:40 PM   #16 (permalink)
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you can buy rota grid offroads in a +10 offset 4x100 16x8! they are knock offs of these but look awesome regardless.

but, in my search for them, ive found that they are quite hard to obtain.

you need to order at least five full sets and wait up to six weeks before they come state side from rota.
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Old 01-23-2009, 09:06 PM   #17 (permalink)
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you can buy rota grid offroads in a +10 offset 4x100 16x8! they are knock offs of these but look awesome regardless.
umm.....NO!

i have TE37 Cups on my car. offset is weak though. 15x6.5 +35, and a pair of 16x7 +43's bleh.
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Old 01-23-2009, 10:09 PM   #18 (permalink)
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offset is everything.
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Old 01-24-2009, 02:55 PM   #19 (permalink)
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even 14 by 7 0 offset wouldnt be enough, spacers would be needed so just get the conversion spacers (4x100 to 4x114.3) and all problems would be fixed

nice wheels man, saw them on club4ag and had to see if anyone was running them on a miata. too bad im broke
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That corolla is sick... Love both the paint colour and the contrast to the mag blues... Beauty!
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Old 01-24-2009, 03:23 PM   #21 (permalink)
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Enlighten the people who don't know, what is te37 gravel?
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I saw those bronze ones Dave.....what were the width and offset on them?
I have 6 wheels total... four of them are 40 offset, two are 33 offset. I ran a staggered setup with the 33's in back and 40's up front. I ran them with 215/40's up front and 225/40's in back. It worked really well for a non-flared setup. Not quite the hella flush SoCal look, but it was great for general all-around use. I'd just about kill for a low offset set.

I WOULD kill for a set that'd fit the Atom. Offsets are wrong yet again.
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anyone rocking some te37's? iv become a fan, but cant recall seeing any here
Hey that's my corolla LOL.. BTW these TE's are for sale, but they are 4x114.3.. otherwise they would be on my NB.
hmmm....What size are they??
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Enlighten the people who don't know, what is te37 gravel?
Made for rallying - stronger but heavier.
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They became famous because of Katsuhiro Ueo running them on his AE86 in D1 championship.
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speaking of te 37
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they make 14x6.5 +15 in 4x100 and they look sweeeeeeeeet

http://www.roadsterdrift.com/home/wp.../te37_na_2.jpg
one set please..
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Old 01-25-2009, 07:12 PM   #29 (permalink)
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There are tons of these on Yahoo Japan Auctions. Careful though, the prices listed are typically for one wheel out of the 4 for sale. I almost paypaled my buddy living there immediately when I saw that it was only around $400 buy it now, lol.

Multiply that by 4 and we're talking some serious coin for a small ass set of TE37s. My 16" +42s only cost me $1400 CAD and they're near-mint. Oh, and that was with brand new azenis rt-615s. Point is that te37 gravels aren't cheap by any means! lol

I'll get a set one day if I do keep this miata though.
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had some on my rx8



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