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    exbauer Active Member

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    Post pictures of Gen III Prius with aftermarket wheels. This way it can all be in one area.

    Post what brand, style, size, offset, tire size

    I will start:

    Enkei RS+M 17X7.5 et 45 215/45/17

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    BSA 17" x 7.5" wheels; 42 mm offset; Yokohama 215/45/17 tyres.

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    Awesome thread. Im looking to upgrade my wheels as well. Its a lot nicer actually seeing some examples on the car.
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    Per the OP...I'll play: Volk Racing Rays Super Eco in 17x7 with 50 offset on 215/45/17 rubber:

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    I think them RS+M 7-spokers are pretty nice.
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    Thanks, I am really happy with the way they look. They are not as light as your or the RPF1. But, I like the thin spokes and they concave out a bit. They are also easier to clean.
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    here's mine.... sorry for the pic quality(was just using the camera on my phone.... will post better pictures next time)

    Volk TE37 (forged) 17x7.5 et48 tires are Michelin Pilot Sport A/S plus 225/45/17

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    Does Anyone know the weight on the Volk Ecos? I am leaning towards the Enkei RPF1's for their weight, but I can not find a weight on the Volks...
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    Volk Super Eco 17" 14.96 lbs.
    Volk CE 28 Eco 17" 12.76 lbs.
    Volk RE 30 17" 14.3 lbs.
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    Before and After...

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    I like those. I would have gotten those if I didn't find a set of RS+Ms. Glad everything worked out with the TPMS sensors.
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    Thanks. I like them more and more each time I see them on my car. I'm having trouble deciding if I should sell my stock rims now, as I'm unsure if I'll want to give these up down the road when I sell the car.
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    I appreciate suggestions from all the wheel pros here.
    I am new to the whole wheel thing, I hate the 15 inch wheels that 2010 prius has.
    I do not want to void any warranties, I want the TPMS to work fine after the switch and also use the 15 inch tires (Yokohoma Avid) that I got with the car(Would they look good ?)

    What are my options? Can I buy 15 inch rims from Tirerack and have them installed by the dealer? can the dealer order and install them ? Any idea on the installation charges?

    Sorry, lots of questions.
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    you can use your old tires and tpms. almost all aftermarket wheels will support the tpms sensor on your car already. all you would do is just swap them over. they are already registered with the car. so, no trip to the dealer. you can purchase the wheels from tire rack or any other retailer. then you can just take your new wheels to discount tire and have the swap them out. that is what i usually do. just give discount tire a call and see what they would charge.
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    sti-nkr Prius Ricer

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    I think it's about $20 per mount/dismount, so you're looking at close to $100 when you bring in loose wheels and tires. At least that's what they charge here.
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    I bought mine at TireRack and had the dealer install them. (BTW, you can actually fit 4 tires + 4 rims into the 2010 Prius.) It cost me $135 to have them mounted with TPMS. They also repaired the slow leak in one of my old tires so I could sell the set. Without the tire repair, I'm guessing the cost would have been $110-$115.

    I think I read somewhere you have to go to a dealership to have your TPMS reprogrammed, even if you have the tires/wheels/TPMS installed somewhere else.
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    Very clean. I like the red tail lights a lot.
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    I'm picking up a set of 17x8 5Zigen FN01-RC wheels in bronze Sunday. I'll post pictures as soon as I can.
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