Re: Who Sells The Best Rally Wheel Kit ?
Everything I just checked showed the YH 15x7 as 4.25, so you're correct.
"Best" is such a subjective thing... and will make your head hurt.
Year One sells the original style, hub centric GM rallys. They may even have a GM part number and be available through a local dealer, but I haven't got that far yet. The only problem with these is they are black, and must be painted or powder coated. I don't remember if Rick's carries the GM rallys.
Repro wheels like the Wheel Vintiques are not hub centric. For some folks, that's a problem. You can get hub centric rings to put over the hub/axle ends to make up the difference. I have had different Wheel Vintiques rallys over the years, and have never been impressed with how the paint holds up. They've also had QC issues, but I haven't bough any recently to know if that's been addressed. I just had a set of 15x7/15x8 here to trial fit on my car, and they were only a year old but needed paint already. It depends on how anal you are...
Rick's sales/tech folks have a listing of the individual parts in their "kits", so if you're leaning that way I'd just call and ask them to tell you which parts are in the kit. Then you'll know.
69 'vert project big block/TKO 600 RR
68 'vert driver RS clone -- gone!