Wheels, Tires and Seats List

JeffsGoblin

Goblin Guru
Updated list (2/16/2019) of chassis number, frame/color, donor year/engine, installed wheels, wheel weight, tires and seats on everyone's Goblins. I need help filling in the blanks. Please send me the following info and I'll add it to the list (or send corrections if needed):

Goblin Builder:
Chassis Number:
Frame Type / Color:
Donor Year / Engine:
Wheel Make / Model:
Front Wheel - Size / Offset / Bolt Pattern:
Rear Wheel - Size / Offset / Bolt Pattern:
Wheel Weight in lbs.:
Tire Make / Model:
Front Tire Size:
Rear Tire Size:
Seat Make / Model:

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Thanks,
Jeff
 

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Tony

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Wheels: F+R Konig Runlite 16x7.5 / +35 / 5x114.3
Tires: Toyo R888r F - 205/45ZR-16, R - 245/45ZR-16
Fronts clear no problem, haven't gotten the rears on to check for sure, but I don't anticipate any issues.
 

TheNuker

Goblin Guru
I'm running these
Wheels:
Rear 17x8 4x100 +48 6UL 14.8Lbs
Front 15x7 4x100 +24 Spec Miata 6UL 13.1Lbs (These wheels need to have the center hubs milled out 2mm in order to fit on the hub centering rings) Totally worth it.

Tires:
Rear Toyo R888R 235/40-17
Front Toyo R888R 205/45-15

Nuker-

Should add in wheel weights will make it easy for others looking for certain weight.
 

JERMzSS

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Jermzss
Whistler KR1
16x8 / +20 / 4x100
17x8/ +20 / 4x100
Tire Brand / Model:
Front Tire Size: Toyo Proxies 225/45/16
Rear Tire Size: Toyo Proxies 245/40/17
 

Goblin-SS

Active Member
Goblin-ss
I'm initially going to run the factory 18" off the 07 Cobalt SS with 225/45r18. It's not ideal but it's what's I have. To fit the fenders a 15mm wheel spacers is needed. And the clearances are super tight
 

JeffsGoblin

Goblin Guru
The Wheel and Tire List is filling in nicely at the top of this thread. Please send me your data if it isn't in the table already. Added a wheel weight column per Nuker's suggestion. There are a lot more 4x100 bolt pattern wheels than I thought!
 

JSATX

Goblin Guru
I'm running these
Wheels:
Rear 17x8 4x100 +48 6UL 14.8Lbs
Front 15x7 4x100 +24 Spec Miata 6UL 13.1Lbs (These wheels need to have the center hubs milled out 2mm in order to fit on the hub centering rings) Totally worth it.

Tires:
Rear Toyo R888R 235/40-17
Front Toyo R888R 205/45-15

Nuker-

Should add in wheel weights will make it easy for others looking for certain weight.

It really sucks that the 6ul doesnt have a lightweight version of the 15". The 17" is so light but they add weight to the 15 for spec class.
 

George

Goblin Guru
front ENKEI RPF1, 16x7, 5-114.3 offset 43 tire proxes r888r 205/50/16
rear ENKIE RPF1, 16x8 5-114.3 offset 38 tire proxes r888r 245/45/16

Have not been installed to check clearance

Brad
 
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Silverback

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I'm planning on running 4x100 15" front, 5x114.3 17" rear with:
Enkei RPF-1 15x8-28 11.35# & Hankook R-S4 195x50ZR15 22.5" tall 8.5" wide (more like a 205) 19# = 30.35# total/wheel
Enkei RPF-1 17x9-22 16.35# & Hankook R-S4 245x40ZR17 24.5" tall 10.1" wide 25# = 41.35# total/wheel​

All four weigh 143.4# They keep the unsprung weight down and avoid lowering overall gearing significantly.

Seats are snug Kirkey 47500 16" w/ cut-down Kirkey mounts on adjustable airline seat tracks.
 
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AleX1/9

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Goblin Builder: Alex1/9
Wheel Brand / Model:
Vision autobahn
Front Wheel - Size / Offset / Bolt Pattern: 15x6.5 ET38 5x114.3
Rear Wheel - Size / Offset / Bolt Pattern: 16x7 ET40 5x114.3
Wheel Weight in lbs.: too heavy
Tire Brand / Model: Toyo Proxes R888
Front Tire Size: 195/50-15
Rear Tire Size: 225/45-16

I'm considering these my "training wheels" until I can find some high quality / light weight / forged wheels I actually like. Currently looking for a good deal on some used Volk ce28n, CCW classics, or even 2/3 pc wheels Work equip or similar. I would like to go more like 245-275 rears on 17x9ish with very similar front sizing.

 
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k.rollin

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Perhaps a dumb question, but how does one determine chassis number? I didn't see any identifying markings on my chassis, but I also never specifically looked for any either.
 

PHerder

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It was assigned by DF as a build order. I.e. mine was the 20th chassis built. No marks that I know of. Adam posted a build order for the first (and second?) production run but to my knowledge, did not continue to share that info on the forum.

You might ask Adam/Lonny if they know what chassis number yours is but it probably doesn't matter except that we could track chassis changes by the chassis number. I.e. when did the chassis change to the new radiator/front end mount? What chassis number was the tunnel changed at? Etc.

The Stalker community had kept track of who owned what chassis but I do not know if they still do.
 

SliderR1

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Chassis #44

Wheels:
F: XXR 530 17x7 +35 4x100 weight: 18 lb 12 oz
R: XXR 530 17x9.75 +25 4x100 weight: 22 lb 0 oz (I'm expecting that I'll need a spacer for this wheel).

Tires:
F: 215/40 R17 Falken Azenis RT615K 200AA weight: 20 lb 10 oz
R: 255/40 R17 Falken Azenis RT615K 200AA weight: 26 lb 12 oz

Seats:
Braum Advan Series BRR2-BKRS Black w/ Red stiching

I'll try to weigh the wheels and tires soon - I do have them on hand now. I got a killer deal on the tires and wheels last fall - I've got less than $1k in the complete set. I'm a little worried the rears might be too big and not able to keep heat. I'll be able to confirm this spring when the car is finished.
 
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RichN

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Chassis # is on your MSO

mine = #19
Rims = stock 5X110 (for now)
Tires = stock 205/55/R16 (for now)
seats =
Brand: NRG
Manufacturer Part Number: 6-RS-204-NRG-A
 

RichRich

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RichRich
Chassis #58
Wheels: Vision / Cross 426
Front Wheel: 16" x 7" / Offset 38 / 5x110
Rear Wheel: 17" x 7.5" / Offset 40 / 5x110
Wheel+Tire Weight in lbs.: Front 40.5lbs Rear 49lbs
Tires: BFGoodrich / GForce Sport Comp 2
Front Tire Size: 205/45ZR16
Rear Tire Size: 245/40ZR17
Seats Corbeau FX1 Pro
 
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