OZ Anniversary 45

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Old 09-13-2018, 12:02 PM
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OZ Anniversary 45

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I have seen them before some said ..... I kinda like them gives it that Retro Look . I am debating if I should order a set for my F54 but I have not found any pictures of a Clubby with them installed. Just curios which Retailer did you order them from? If you don,t mind me asking.
 
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Old 09-20-2018, 06:17 AM
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I have seen them before some said ..... I kinda like them gives it that Retro Look . I am debating if I should order a set for my F54 but I have not found any pictures of a Clubby with them installed. Just curios which Retailer did you order them from? If you don,t mind me asking.
Those wheels are Awesome! I did a bunch of digging, and here's what I found. TireRack no longer carries the wheel, says they're discontinued. Performance Alloys out of the UK carries the wheels, will ship to the US, and says they'll fit a 2018/19 JCW 2 dr hatch. I didn't dig deep but I think Lohen (UK) may also sell them. So, they're out there but not easy to find and would likely come from across the pond.
 
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I got mine from Performance Alloys out of the UK. I paid about 48 bucks for customs fees in addition to the wheels and DHL shipping. They come with the red/orange center caps. The black ones are an optional purchase, which I have on order. I also got some black bolt covers from ColorLugs on Amazon. Looks sweet and unique.
 
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I got mine from Performance Alloys out of the UK. I paid about 48 bucks for customs fees in addition to the wheels and DHL shipping. They come with the red/orange center caps. The black ones are an optional purchase, which I have on order. I also got some black bolt covers from ColorLugs on Amazon. Looks sweet and unique.
Your wheels are definitely bad *** I saw those & got the same feeling I did when I saw the OZ Waves, which went on my R53. I'm glad you mentioned customs fees, cuz that's something I hadn't thought of.

Any idea about what each wheel weighs?
 
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Old 09-20-2018, 12:34 PM
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I'm not sure of the weight but they felt lighter than the stock ones. I could not find the weight online.
 
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I surrender I tried to find the weight of the wheels in 4 different countries with out luck. I guess it must be a company secret.
 
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Those wheels are Awesome! I did a bunch of digging, and here's what I found. TireRack no longer carries the wheel, says they're discontinued. Performance Alloys out of the UK carries the wheels, will ship to the US, and says they'll fit a 2018/19 JCW 2 dr hatch. I didn't dig deep but I think Lohen (UK) may also sell them. So, they're out there but not easy to find and would likely come from across the pond.
I looked into getting those for my 17 JCW, but when I contacted OZ Racing, they said they did not have any that would clear the Brembos on the front wheels without spacers. Has that changed?
 
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I looked into getting those for my 17 JCW, but when I contacted OZ Racing, they said they did not have any that would clear the Brembos on the front wheels without spacers. Has that changed?
Good question. The first time I was on the PA site I was able to chat with a sales rep from the company, who told me the wheels would fit. Every other time I've visited the site since, the chat has been unavailable. I just sent them an email asking the very same questions, and what the weight is. If/when I hear back I'll post the info here.
 
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They are very cool. Remind me of the Porsche "Phone Dial Wheels"
 
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Good question. The first time I was on the PA site I was able to chat with a sales rep from the company, who told me the wheels would fit. Every other time I've visited the site since, the chat has been unavailable. I just sent them an email asking the very same questions, and what the weight is. If/when I hear back I'll post the info here.
Awesome, thanks!
 
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I got a reply from Performance Alloys, and here's the meat:
"Unfortunately we have no experience with these on a brand new JCW. It looks like 17x7 ET35 5x112 would be our best bet but we would be unable to 100% Confirm fitment / spacer size.

OZ Racing are not listing the weight of the wheel for us either."

I guess that someone with a newer JCW could get a few different sets of spacers in various sizes, then play around & see what fit, allowing caliper clearance. I like the wheels a lot but it sounds like it could be complicated to find the exact fitment, and without knowing the weight, plus costs of shipping from overseas, it's probably more hassle than it's worth for me.
 
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Nice, my guess is you will need to run a 15mm or 20mm+ spacer based off what i can see, you can get our test fit kit linked below also

https://www.northamericanmotoring.co...project-2.html


 
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