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    RUFF or CCW??

    I found a set of RUFF wheels that closely resemble the CCW wheels below at a fraction of the cost. Anyone ever dealt with RUFF before or know the quality of their stuff??


    http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Corve...spagenameZWDVW

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    They are nice wheels, they don't compare to the quality of CCW and are probably much heavier.. but if your car is a daily driver and you don't care if your wheels weigh more then go for the ruffs.

    I almost bought a set of the ruff 278s but guy wouldn't ship to Canada. I love CCWs but can't justify spending the $$ on them for an almost 10yr old car that has DD duties in the summertime. Plus the Ruff wheels have a painted center whereas the CCWs are polished aluminum and require alot more upkeep

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    Quote Originally Posted by KyleLs1 View Post
    They are nice wheels, they don't compare to the quality of CCW and are probably much heavier.. but if your car is a daily driver and you don't care if your wheels weigh more then go for the ruffs.

    I almost bought a set of the ruff 278s but guy wouldn't ship to Canada. I love CCWs but can't justify spending the $$ on them for an almost 10yr old car that has DD duties in the summertime. Plus the Ruff wheels have a painted center whereas the CCWs are polished aluminum and require alot more upkeep
    Pretty much what I would have said, I wouldn't put CCWs on a car that sees a lot of miles, especially not a DD. I wouldn't have put them on mine if it wasn't such a garage queen.

    If you do decide to go with CCWs, be sure to have a second set of wheels on hand to put on the Camaro just in case you need to drive it in bad conditions or some weird circumstance.

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    also if you shop around you can get a better deal i bought a set of custom 20x12, 19x10 asanti wheels but decided i wanted to go faster rather than look good so i sold them but you can find wheels cheap here in cali. so again shop around

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    from what I've seen, RUFF makes wheels with 5x120 bolt-pattern, not 5x120.65 bolt-pattern.
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    I bought that same wheel for my 01 T/A vert 19x8.5 and 19x9.5 from VQ MOTORING
    w BF goodrich KDW 275 35 AND 295 35 for 2060.00 mounted balanced & shipped
    I had no fittment issue ,balance was great !!

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