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    No idea what mine are other than 9J on the front, 10J on the back, are a pain in the backside to steer without power steering, and have P/S stamped on them.. Any ideas??

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    It was on an old 260z 2+2 that I helped a guy revive in 2006. I forget what brand... maybe British:

    Ahhh I found these pics. Yup they are British "Mag Product" looks like 6 X 14"

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    Web Research: MAG: Mill Accessory Group

    Found some similar on French Car Forums with 914's.

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    Aceman I believe those are a set of mags made by Shelby on your car, I have the same ones on my car. It is a bit of a pain driving with them without P/S.

    Chase

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    I am really starting to think a 205/50 would look great on my car.
    Too short for your car's ride height, IMHO. Would make the fender gap look too big. But a 205/55-15 might be the ticket.

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    post-25140-14150816818786_thumb.jpgThese Riken 14" wheels were on the car when I recently got it. They may have been put on the car when new because the stock steel wheels and new condition hub caps were in the trunk. I need new tires because these are old and in bad condition from storage. They are 225/60/14. I want to go with something a little narrower like 205 or so.

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    An Enkei imitation wheel. I recently had these powder coated and the rims polished, will put them on my refreshed 260Z. Should look good.

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    Zedy......Did you get rid of a pinstripe on your car?

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    XXR 513 16x8 +0

    Lowered on Tokico Springs and Tokico HP shocks. I'll probably be getting rid of these wheels and getting the 17" Rota RB-R's soon.

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    Zedy......Did you get rid of a pinstripe on your car?

    Yup, I peeled it off about a year ago. I like the cleaner side better . It happened the same time as when I went to colored OEM turn signals.

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    Good choice.......I never wanted to say anything, but that was the only thing I didn't like about your car. Now it's perfect!

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    I like the wheels a lot, but they have the stupid slotted lug holes that accept multiple bolt circles. I am afraid to use them on the 260 race car even though I need another set of 14x6 wheels for the track. [...]
    Jeff, are you still in need of 14" wheels. Do they have to be 6" wide? I might have some 14x?" that I could part with. Let me know and I'll look at my stash.Al

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    I got same mags on the 73 I just picked up last week. Seen urs so now I may try to restore mine. Was it common to put that wheel on back then?

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