New LMR SVE SP2 Wheels (PP2 Replica)

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  1. accel

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    Looks good. Any change in steering feel with 275s in front?
     
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    I used the stock lug nuts on my graphites, since I think it looks cleaner. No issues in the week I've had them on. IMG_0223.jpeg
     
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    Tires are 275/40/19 front and 305/35/19 rear the difference is 27.7 overall front and 27.4 rear. So less then 1/4 inch.
     
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    So the wide-seat stock lug nuts fit the wheels without problems? That's good to hear, I hate the small seat tuner lug nuts...
     
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    No problems so far in a couple weeks. They seem to fit perfectly. The rear lugs do stick out a bit farther than the fronts, though. If I can remember, I'll grab a pic of the fronts today.
     
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    I noticed that on my stock wheels as well when I had the open-ended lug nuts installed. The difference is pretty significant, like at least 1/4" difference front to rear, but I guess you don't really see it if you're not looking for it.
     
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    I hope they have a good sale for the 4th of July! I would love a set in black for my Ruby Red '17!
     
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    Here are the fronts vs rear lug poke:

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    Rear:
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    How did you guys get the center caps off. They seem pretty tight in there. I tried tapping them out from the rear with the end of a screwdriver with no success. I didn’t wanna go too hard. Just wanna know an easy way to do it.
     
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    I just pinched the tabs on the back of them and tapped them out with a screwdriver. They are pretty tight in there!
     
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    Disregard. I used two thumbs no screw driver and just pushed and they rocketed off. Super easy to remove. I was definitely babying. I literally am done already. Took 1 minute for all 4.
     
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    Second question. Why don’t some of you guys like the lugs they came with. They’re tuner lugs. After speaking To sve they advised against using stock because they possibly scratch the wheels and are made for the slightly smaller lugs. I personally wouldn’t be using the chrome lugs no matter what just curious.
     
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    I'm not sure how the lugs scratch the wheels... they go into the lug hole. My 21mm socket goes in just fine with stock lugs.
     
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    I’m assuming they are talking about the inner parts of the holes making contact with the lugs. Don’t know this is what LMR told me.
     
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    they have 10% off on sp2 right now.

    wish they had something on r357
     
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    These wheels look great. Even better with the GT350 center caps. B5803BCE-943A-4F4E-9398-D511EC93C704.jpeg
     
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    #477 Kermitz, Jun 12, 2019 at 9:32 PM
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    I wish these were available in 19x10.5 24 mm offset.......
     
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    Why?
     
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    Because I don't want to run 10" on the front, nor 11" on the front with spacers and long studs.

    I want a wheel with PP2 OE specs 19x10.5 OS24
     
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