I had my stock TR 4A wheels straightened and repaired by a shop here in
Southern Cal... (not for racing, of course!) The guy is very good at
he does. He suggested I buy TR 6 wheels... and he pointed out that
were being made now MUCH better than stock... and that I could get a
of widths. (Some were VERY wide!)
He showed me a set... and I was tempted... They looked great... and I
could see the difference in how they improved the construction... so
the center would not rip out... as described in another response..
I think one of these new wheels may be an option for you. Here's his
Valley Wire Wheel Service
It's been a couple years since I've been over there... but he'd
remember me... so drop my name and say hello...
If you do call, let me know what ya find out!
Matthew Wilder wrote:
> Since I recently got my but kicked at a divisional Solo 2 when it
> rained and I was the only one left on slicks, I'm thinking I need a
> of wheels for rain tires. Rather then spend $800 for another set of
> Panasports I was wondering what size the TR250 and TR6 wheels are?
> (offsets, etc) I should be able to find a set somewhere. (laborday at
> Limerock anyone?) Then I'd just need to find tires to fit them.
> Matt W.
> '67 TR4a E-prepared auto-xer (slippery when wet!)