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what are these rims?
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would anybody know what these rims are?

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They look similar to Performance Modular rims, but these are 10-hole and Modulars seem to be 9-hole and not as bigger..

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Seeing as this was at a Japan car show the rims are probably a Japan brand.
http://www.mooneyes.co.jp/mania_jul_8-2012/

Whoever said 18s were too big, look at this
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Shoota77 has a set on his ute 17 x 7

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Great. I've private msgd him. Hopefully he gets back to me.

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modular 10-holes are very common here for inexpensive trailer wheels. But in chrome-plated steel. Like JAL Modular, Cragar Modular, US Wheel Modular, etc.

An alloy version is very rare with black rivets. Plain rivets are fairly common like the ION 71
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I have those ION Ford 5 lug alloy on the rear of my car.

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ION 71 on rear of datsa73 sedan
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lookalike Cragar Modular steel wheels on the front
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Your car looks maaaaaaaaaaaaad datsa73

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needs more dish :P
15x10 -44 on my old Safari :) It's almost a Datsun.

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