Jan 30th, 12, 09:05 PM
I have read up and didnt see anything against asking questions about a specific company but if i missed it and you're not supposed to do it, please forgive me and let me know:
wholesale wheel outlet: i found 17 inch bonspeed delta wheels for $250. i have found them anywhere from 475-615 a wheel so this seems to good to be true.
does anyone know anything about the reputation of this company?
Jan 30th, 12, 09:29 PM
Check this out:
I am here: http://maps.google.com/maps?ll=37.733747,-121.468772
Jan 31st, 12, 11:14 AM
wow, well that answers my questions....i guess if it sounds to good to be true then it probably is. Funny how a company like this can be the 3rd link to pull up on google.
thank you for that, kept me from getting scammed!!
know of any good reputable online companies that sell at wholesale prices?
Jan 31st, 12, 12:54 PM
My son-inlaw is ordering a set from COYSWHEEL.COM for his 64 Corvette resto rod we are building, and I'm getting a set from them for my 67 GTO...2 15x7's and 2 15x8's for $490.00 includes shipping. Coys C-5's Matt Grey. They are out of Utah, they also come to Phoenix for Good Guys and new Phenix swap meet. Jay
Jan 31st, 12, 04:35 PM
i have run across that website and they have nice stuff but i'm really going for the "pro-touring looking" i love the rushforth livewires, boyd pt-22, and ccw 505a....kind of that style. What i've found is i guess 600 a wheel isnt all that bad compared to some other forged. Was really just hoping to stay more 350-400 a wheel
Jan 31st, 12, 08:55 PM
Check out Coy's Black Chrome wheels......:yes::thumbsup: J
Feb 2nd, 12, 09:24 AM
i used customwheelsmarket
great customer service
Feb 3rd, 12, 10:42 AM
they also just seemed to have old classic wheels....goin for a more modern look
Feb 5th, 12, 08:46 PM
well made the desicsion to go with boyd coddington pt-22's in an 18x8 and 18x10 in billet. Will probably powdercoat them later but just trying to stay on somewhat of a budget now