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Is their a formal word for dish wheels?

Discussion in 'Car Culture' started by moz9rt, Apr 29, 2017.

  1. moz9rt

    moz9rt

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    Im just trying to ease my google search for that drift setup. I dont know what these kind of rims are called
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    if there is even a particular term for it.
     
  2. Vangelis Parginos

    Vangelis Parginos
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    I think they 're called deep dish rims or deep lip rims.
    Maybe im wrong but this is how i know them.
     
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  3. Azure Flare

    Azure Flare
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    "Deep dish" is what I always hear.
     
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  4. tempest

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    3 piece deep dish wheel?
     
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  5. moz9rt

    moz9rt

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    ty for all your help. it has rounded my search better.
     
  6. Sky

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    tacky
     
  7. robt100

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    A more technical term would be Negative offset wheels.