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What model is this (volk wheels)


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    What model is this (volk wheels)



    Just wondering what model this is. I always thought it was called the "TE37" but I went to the Rays site and it is slightly different.

    Anybody know what sizes, offset, stud pattern etc these come in?

    Anyway of identifying real and replicas? Is the Rays Eng sticker and/or the stamp on the inside hub enough?
    Last edited by power_of_dreams; 22-03-2008 at 09:27 PM.

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    They don't look like TE37 to me but I can't identify them either.

    Decal placement is correct, but replicas usually say "VORK" or "ROYAL".

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    Yeah, decals look good...



    The design looks like the one in the top right. Notice how the hub is concave in the other versions. If someone could confirm the shape are te37s, at least I know what I'm after and can look at stamps/stickers/weights etc.
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    Rim's should have a name moulded into the actual rim maybe even on the other side. Can you ask the seller for more pics? It's really up to them to prove it's genuine.

    The shape of the spoke will change with different offset but the first pic doesn't look right.

    Edit: Now that i remember there is another Volk wheel that looks like the first but the model escapes me.
    Last edited by T-onedc2; 22-03-2008 at 09:04 PM.

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    These are from a genuine volk wheel..




    Here is another view of the rim in question

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    i was gunna say te37
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    Also noticed they appear to have the JWL and VIA stamps nex to the valve stem. And the bolt grid appears to line up with genuine set.
    Last edited by power_of_dreams; 22-03-2008 at 09:50 PM.

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    Looks similar to TE37 Gravel... the other Volks Racing rims I was thinking of was GT-P but I don't think it is...
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    Quote Originally Posted by power_of_dreams View Post
    These are from a genuine volk wheel..




    Here is another view of the rim in question
    Don't your one have any label?

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    They are TE37. They come in many sizes/offsets/stud patterns to suit heaps of cars.

    The replicas would have fake stickers 'VORK and 'RAVS' etc... they would also be heavier in weight too

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    I don't know if it's the pic or the rim size, but the actual spoke seems thinner in the 1st pic compared to the 2nd pic?

    Last edited by Jarkz; 23-03-2008 at 03:57 PM.

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    look the same to me. they both seem to taper off towards the rim. Going from those pictures alone I'd say they are genuine.

    I wish to weight them but theres already a set of wheels on them so it'll be hard to tell.

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