what wheels should go on my 2

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Asked by Jul 02, 2008 at 01:37 AM about the 1992 Toyota MR2

Question type: Car Customization

i really want to upgrade the wheels from the stock ones to something better but thing is i'm just a kid and not that rich so i got a budget. the wheels i can afford as of right now are g35 wheels, 350z wheels, rx-7 wheels, and my favorite so far, s2000 wheels. the s2000 wheels are very affordable however, i would need spacers for the back since the offset is +65 :0 any other wheels from other cars that would fit an mr2? i own a 92 na if this helps  

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thanks but thats wayyy too expensive

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being that it is an import i will be a standard 4x100 bolt pattern look in your local buy and sell they are out there i am going to sell a set of 16" cromed aluminum msr's for $200 if you look around you will find something aftermarket that will look sweet even on a budget the may have a scratch or 2 but from a distance who cares right if yyou put rims on from a nissan or mazda then it will look like you put rims on from a nissaan or mazda be patient look for the 4x100 bolt pattern and get something nice just cause you are a kid doesn't mean you have to go without cheers

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exactly i'm not being picky but the only problem is that my wheels are staggered so the rear wheels are gonna be a lil bigger than the front thats why s2000 wheels would work very well but spacers are not exactly cheap but i didn't think about aftermarket too much i'll have to look into it

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