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      05-14-2018, 07:06 PM   #45
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Some of these comments crack me up. Either 21" or 22", there is NO doubt that it looks way better than stock. Its just a simple fact. Sorry.
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      05-14-2018, 08:11 PM   #46
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Imho, this tire size looks more better: 265/35/21 front and 305/25/21 rear
What is that black plastic above the tire on the back wheel flush with the fender?
Second is this in Canada or US?
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Good looking wheels.
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Wheel size fits the car as does the design, but it doesn't allow for enough tire. 21's work better.

And what an absolutely awful name for a boutique wheel brand. It reads as "ANGRY" as opposed to anarchy. Rebrand required without a doubt.

1) The setup has enough tire, IMO. Less tire is better. Not saying I like 22's (I personally think that's a little too big), but I would definitely consider going with a lower profile tire and dropping.

2) FULLY AGREE. The brand name ANRKY just screams childish/trendy. That whole new trend of dropping vowels from words (Flickr, tumblr, scribd, grindr) and intentionally misspelling words (no K in anarchy) - makes me automatically think: "low class." If ANRKY is somehow related to or owned by HRE - I've just a lost a lot of respect for them.
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haha oh man was I super tired when I wrote the original question... I *meant* to ask about the rims, I like the design and feel like I've seen them somewhere before but haven't been able to find it
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      05-15-2018, 12:29 AM   #50
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haha oh man was I super tired when I wrote the original question... I *meant* to ask about the rims, I like the design and feel like I've seen them somewhere before but haven't been able to find it
Those are singature wheels.
I have the same one on the identical car 🤦*♂️
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      05-15-2018, 01:49 AM   #51
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Like those wheels and that stance. Question : could you have fitted the rear wheel (I like the concavity) on the front too? Offsets, brake clearance, suspension clearance etc.
The more concavity the better IMO
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Those are singature wheels.
I have the same one on the identical car 🤦*♂️
yeaaaa thats the one, thanks! if anyone else is curious https://www.signaturewheel.com/1-piece-monoblock
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      05-15-2018, 05:18 AM   #53
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haha oh man was I super tired when I wrote the original question... I *meant* to ask about the rims, I like the design and feel like I've seen them somewhere before but haven't been able to find it
I don’t know, but I think it is brixton forged, I found it in instagram.
https://instagram.com/p/BhwHmTmDbMU/
http://brixtonforged.com/forged-whee...on-forged-pf5/
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      05-15-2018, 05:54 AM   #54
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What is that black plastic above the tire on the back wheel flush with the fender?
Second is this in Canada or US?
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I don't know how to say it correctly in English, this black plastic is it extender, European standard. This car is from Russia.
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I don't know how to say it correctly in English, this black plastic is it extender, European standard. This car is from Russia.
Thank you
And you are right, it is brixton wheels and not signature.
I see it has small holes at the end of each base.
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Wonder why HRE felt a new name was required?

The setup looks cool. Living in New England requires a balance between wheel size and sidewall height. So, in Miami yes, Boston no.
I'm not sure but possibly this may be a more affordable line of products although this is pure speculation.

Miami has great roads coupled *WITH THE* worst drivers in the world, LOL.
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Wonder why HRE felt a new name was required?

The setup looks cool. Living in New England requires a balance between wheel size and sidewall height. So, in Miami yes, Boston no.
I'm not sure but possibly this may be a more affordable line of products although this is pure speculation.

Miami has great roads coupled *WITH THE* worst drivers in the world, LOL.
Fixed that for you !
LMFAO ..... and it seems to get worse by the day.
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      05-18-2018, 12:09 PM   #58
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That's strange, I haven't seen any marketing about them from HRE or even any mention on the IG. Are they a subsidiary brand or just cut in house at HRE?
They sent out a newsletter not too long ago and also made a blog post on their website - http://www.hrewheels.com/news/anrky-wheels#.Wv8HQUgvyUk

It's an HRE Private Label. Check this cool video out -


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Wonder why HRE felt a new name was required?
HRE didn't want to turn off their current customer base that they've been carefully developing for over 40 years. ANRKY allows them to try new things that they had never done before like 2-piece wheels, hardware option for the customer, and developing more aggressively styles wheels.
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That's strange, I haven't seen any marketing about them from HRE or even any mention on the IG. Are they a subsidiary brand or just cut in house at HRE?
They sent out a newsletter not too long ago and also made a blog post on their website - http://www.hrewheels.com/news/anrky-wheels#.Wv8HQUgvyUk

It's an HRE Private Label. Check this cool video out -


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Wonder why HRE felt a new name was required?
HRE didn't want to turn off their current customer base that they've been carefully developing for over 40 years. ANRKY allows them to try new things that they had never done before like 2-piece wheels, hardware option for the customer, and developing more aggressively styles wheels.
I think you're misleading people...

HRE states "Private Customer," not private label. Big difference.

AKA: HRE cuts wheels for another company, not a brand HRE developed.

"We wish them all the best"

Why would they need to wish 'themselves' success?
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I think you're misleading people...

HRE states "Private Customer," not private label. Big difference.

AKA: HRE cuts wheels for another company, not a brand HRE developed.

"We wish them all the best"

Why would they need to wish 'themselves' success?
We promise - we are not misleading anyone.

ANRKY is a private label/customer for HRE Wheels. The wheels are designed, engineered, and built by HRE at HRE's facility in Vista, California. If you visit their manufacturing facility you will see ANRKY wheels & HRE wheels mixed in together at the same production lines. Go ahead and call HRE directly to confirm for yourself - 760 598 1960
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Seems like there may be some confusion that I'm happy to clear up if anyone has any questions.

ANRKY Wheels is a Private Label that we produce on their behalf. HRE does not own ANRKY Wheels, they are their own entity, nor does ANRKY own HRE, rather we work with ANRKY to bring their designs to fruition. As mentioned before, we do the design work, engineering and of course manufacturing.


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Wonder why HRE felt a new name was required?
Not an HRE decision since ANRKY is their own entity. We don't make those decisions on behalf of ANRKY, we just work with them to design and bring forward a new line of wheels that we produce in our facility.
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[SIZE="3"]Seems like there may be some confusion that I'm happy to clear up if anyone has any questions.

ANRKY Wheels is a Private Label that we produce on their behalf. HRE does not own ANRKY Wheels, they are their own entity, nor does ANRKY own HRE, rather we work with ANRKY to bring their designs to fruition. As mentioned before, we do the design work, engineering and of course manufacturing.[/size]


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Wonder why HRE felt a new name was required?
[SIZE="3"]Not an HRE decision since ANRKY is their own entity. We don't make those decisions on behalf of ANRKY, we just work with them to design and bring forward a new line of wheels that we produce in our facility.[/size]
HRE_Wheels Thanks for the clarification, as that's exactly what I presumed.
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Needs more concave in the rear. I woulda done 21s
I agree about the concave. A MUST. I'm really thinking about upgrading to an M5
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