99.9% of the time, they consist of custom widths and offsets, that at THE LEAST requires fender rolling and camber. Also, minimum 3" drop depending on the wheel fitment.dancar420 said:I want to do a vip look with my box but just cant decide on what wheels to go with. What makes a car vip or what style of wheel is considered vip
hey thanks scotty. I was thinking of doing axis wide tracks but I was also considering going with sportmax 006 mesh style wheel would that be vip styleScionScotty said:Amen Rico. VIP= Low offset, wide width, slammed stance! Thats the basics. The wheel design will play in later, (because some are just too sporty, even in right fitment for VIP style). Full face wheels seem to exemplify VIP style to me too. Start looking for something 8.5 inch wide thats a 17 or 18, with around 20 offset. Something around there will be best.
IMHO, Axis/Sportmax dont hit the look. VIP is all about high end, high quality, and great fitment. Neither Axis/Sportmax could you choose the real correct offset. It also doesnt help that these are one piece wheels with "fake lips".dancar420 said:hey thanks scotty. I was thinking of doing axis wide tracks but I was also considering going with sportmax 006 mesh style wheel would that be vip style