View Single Post
      07-04-2019, 11:35 AM   #98
mpm01
Enlisted Member
United_States
5
Rep
41
Posts

Drives: '15 328D grocery-getter
Join Date: May 2018
Location: FL

iTrader: (0)

Quote:
Originally Posted by AlpineX View Post
Try to find some new car take-offs. Oe wheels are on average stronger than aftermarket. Stick with maximum 18" so you habe enough rubber to protect from bending in the future.
Lots of info out there in the wheel and tire section. I personally believe you had both issues and corrected one.
I’m looking at forged “race application” wheels as I simply don’t trust OE wheels at this point; decades of motorsports involvement has never landed me this kind of silliness from the domestic camps. Currently trying to size some Enkei RPF1’s that will fit stock brakes and suspension. These wheels have lasted through various amateur race series on mustangs with great longevity.

On a more related note, the transfer case should last the life of the vehicle now. The annoying part was that I replaced my center carrier bushing and didn’t have to.