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I have a 2000 Miata with Koni Str-T shocks and H&R springs, which lower it about an inch. I'm looking at Rota Grids right now but I've seen mixed reviews of them. Are Rotas any good and if you don't think so what wheels would you recommend for about $600 that won't rub/require any modifications to fit?
 

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Avid 1 AV-11 are only $350 right now. I have bronze and gunmetal.
 

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STR>XXR>ROTA>GRIDS
 

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I'm thinking about the konig wide open(15x8 e20), is 20mm offset to little/will they rub without fender rolling?
 

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You may have got an alignment done after installing your shocks/springs if you remember. If you don't know, maybe its a good idea to get an alignment done again once you get your new wheels. I believe -1.5 front camber should be do-able on your NB.
 

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In your case, getting an alignment is the best way. Just get someone to roll your fenders and call it done. I'm running 16x8 +23 with no issues.

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