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| Posted by Manuel | (Denver, CO)
I love them. They're very nice for the price. I have had a set of the 521's and 531's and neither had any problems. I know literally 50 people running on these wheels and all of them are doing great.
| Posted by Jaime | (Nanaimo, BC)
Well, I have 18" XXR 522's on my car and I've never had an issue with them. Like them a lot cause I see no reason to spend a large amount of money on rims or any parts really for a brand name... If it's quality and works well, then it's a good part!!!
| Posted by George | (Stella, NC)
I was looking for the XXR 526's and bought them at CARiD. I love my 526s wheels. They look sick on my Cobra. Support is good, service is nice, shipping was very fast. Thanks.
| Posted by Philip | (Santa Clara, CA)
Overall great choice! The customer service was outstanding and answered any questions I had about the product. The only flaw was the rims took more than 10 days to ship but the company were able to notify me and update me on the product. Real easy installation. I put these Rome on my 1994 Nissan 300zx and it looks awesome! Thank you CARiD for all your help! Philip Shamoun
| Posted by Ricky | (Eugene, OR)
I have a set of 527 on my Supra. 18x8.5 in the front, they fit perfect. As for the rear, it's a 18x10 inch wheel. If you don't want to rub, you need a camber of -2 degrees and nothing bigger than a 285 tire with some moderate fender rolling. I think the offsets are in the low 20's.
| Posted by Joseph | (East Islip, NY)
Got these XXR 531's 17x8. 5x 114.3 + 25 offset for my 04 Honda Accord. It looks fresh. There exactly what i wanted, i'm on springs 1"4 f" front and 1.2" rear lowered cause daily driver and these wheel give my whip such a fresh and clean look. They were very helpful with me making sure fitment was right and all that good stuff. Highly recommend these wheels if your looking for that type of stance and look. Slammed they would look even better!!
| Posted by Franky | (Brooklyn, NY)
The XXRs are pretty "solid" if u want to say that. I'm not sure how people break rims or damage them so quickly. The only way I can possibly see a rim breaking or getting damaged is if you decide to go drifting at 90mph into a curb... And I can see that happening to any rim whether it is a ROTA, BBS, ADVAN, SSR, XXR, or whatever. The condition of a car depends on the driver. Drive like a**hole, and your car will end up like a**hole. Drive like a normal human being... Avoid big potholes, don't drive 40mph over speed bumps, and you wouldn't have a problem.