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Old 01-06-2010, 11:28 AM
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Anybody familiar with RH wheels as to quality...and as an alterantive to Speedline (cost.)
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Old 01-06-2010, 11:46 AM
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The RH wheels tend to bend & crack on the inner barrell quite easily compared with other 3 piece wheels.

That said, it depends on the price you are getting them for - they are great looking wheels. I recently had a set sold out from under me that were a good deal.

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Old 01-06-2010, 12:07 PM
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i've had a set on my car for the last half a year at least...bought them in used but perfect condition. no issues and i've hit some potholes, but nothing that made me cringe. nj roads are pretty poor.

i didn't hear anything about them going out of business. nurburger, any links?
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I read it on another forum recently, but their website doesn't give the impression of them being OOB...

Sorry for the false info!
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RH still going strong The alurad wheels are a bit soft 0n the outer rim but the rest of the range are TUV approved , I have ones with polished stainless steel outers they are my winter wheels and a bomb proof if a little heavy

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I have the 3 split RH turbo. I have been told by dealer that they where a bit soft, but on bad roads here in Norway i havent noticed anything yet... I driven with these rims one season.. appr 8000 km.
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Originally Posted by jorl View Post
I have the 3 split RH turbo. I have been told by dealer that they where a bit soft, but on bad roads here in Norway i havent noticed anything yet... I driven with these rims one season.. appr 8000 km.
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Originally Posted by Overdraft View Post
Anybody familiar with RH wheels as to quality...and as an alterantive to Speedline (cost.)
Get with Jim Dorociak. He is a member here and is a wiz when it comes to those wheels (and a great guy). He is very helpful!
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