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for giving us something that we really shouldn’t have in a group of testosterone filled men
that are like 18 years old. When we talk about wheels, we talk about wheels that are super popular. We talk about wheels
that are not so popular. We talk about the ones that you guys hate, and sometimes ones that you love, and somewhere in between you
get this weird combination of wheels that are extremely
popular for good reason, but never the less they
ultimately become over ran on pretty much every year make and model that exists in the community. So, today we decided to
dive into the top five most over ran wheels in the market today. So, before we get started, don’t forget to subscribe and check out the links below or just hang out at in case your looking at
wheels, tires, suspension and all of that good stuff. Let’s jump right into it. So, number one would be the BBSRS. Now I found it in 1983. The BBSRS had been a
wheel that was iconic in it’s own right. It was a wheel that was extremely popular and over time BBS realized
that and started to produce variants of the RS that ultimately came into different bolt patterns that was just not meant for the BMW anymore. Which allowed people to
run the BBSRS style wheel, on pretty much anything. Eventually the RC090 came
out and was eventually a lot cheaper than a lot of
variants of the BBSRS wheel, and everybody began to swoop them up. And now the BBSRS is
pretty much everywhere. You go to any car show,
there’s a million of them, and, they’re just a super popular wheel, and when we talk about BBS, guys, they sometimes get mad, but I do believe, in my own opinion, that
there are other wheels that you can run on your mark 2 and mark 3 besides, an RS. But that’s just me, don’t
shoot the messenger. The number two most over used wheel probably, and in it’s own right, would be the Volk TE37. We’ve talked about it a million times. The TE37 is the iconic
pull back, six spoke wheel. And it is on everything known to man. If you were 24 years old and you own a Nissan GTR for some weird reason, you have Volk TE37s on your car, because that’s what
Instagram told you to run. If your going out on the
auto cross and you spend one season doing it and
now you feel like you know everything about auto cross, and you refuse to go to
anymore car shows anymore, cause you’re way better than that, you likely have volk
TE37s on your Mazda Miata, or S2000. If you are one of the
people that ended up going to an HPE event for the first time. And ran your car and
you saw another person talking about how great their TE37s were around turn 36, and
how you have to buy the 3500 dollar set of wheels, and you ultimately did
on your 3000 dollar car. You probably have TE37s,
because that’s just the way to do it. Volk TE37s are a wheel that,
I mean, it’s a good wheel. But at the end of the
day, there are so many people that run the TE37s. Like every variance of
the TE37, the SL, the V, everything in between. The rare ones, the not rare ones. For anyone, your paying
like three grand plus for the six spoke wheel. And for 80% of the people
who have the wheel, they don’t even use it for
it’s intended function. They just use it to say
that they have the TE’s on there, and that’s pretty much it. I mean, it’s a great wheel, I love Volks. They’re probably one
of my favorite brands. I’ve talked about them all the time, but the TE37 is an
extremely over ran wheel. Number three is the
Work Emotion CR Kawami. Now, that double five
spoke is a wheel that you have seen every show ever. However, you probably
haven’t actually seen the Work Emotion CR Kawami, you’ve probably seen a variant of it. Because that’s just the wheel. Every wheel brand has this style. Work was probably the
first one to have it, and everybody loves this design. The pull back double five spoke is probably what led the
whole double five spoke movement in the current
domestic wheel game. But, it is none the less, like such a wheel design that has
been used by everybody. Now, a lot of people
never really look outside of the scope of looking at something that looks like the kawami. I mean, its affordable, it’s a work wheel, which is great, and they
have great function, and great form, but everybody, they’re like, what work
wheel can I get that isn’t actually hard to
get, and doesn’t cost an actual fortune like
the rest of work wheels. And kawami’s the answer. Now Work kawami is a great wheel, remember, I can already see,
I can feel the hatred in the comments. You can’t talk shit about
kawamis, they’re great wheels! We know that. All of these
wheels are great wheels. We’re just saying, that you know, you could get your typical steak quesarito at Taco Bell because that’s what you’ve had thirty times over, or you could branch out and you could
try something different. You could try like a
dorito loco taco, you know, you could try the spicy kind,
maybe try the fire sauce. You could mix it up a little bit. We’re just letting you
know that in terms of, like, the Taco Bell of wheels, and like getting something different, there’s lots of stuff out there. On the topic of work, we’re
just going to talk about the work meister. It’s the work meister, what
do you want me to tell you? And in number five, the
most over used wheel out there right now in
the market, as a whole, which is something even I’m
guilty of, as a husband, with a wife that owns a Mazda Miata, as somebody who has continuously promoted the wheel, even I understand
that the wheel is, by definition, probably a little over saturated in the market. But, is never the less,
disclaimer, a pretty good wheel. The Enkei RPF1. The Enkei RPF1 is a
double six spoke wheel. It’s extremely light weight. It’s a cast wheel, which
means it’s actually pretty affordable, and
it’s an Enkei wheel, and Enkei is just like, the wheel. Now the RPF1 has been made
for over twenty years. It was a wheel that was
designed for formula one racing and they brought it
over into the commercial normal market, and everybody ate it up, like hot cakes. Everybody that has an Enkei RPF1 probably either has a Mazda Miata, a Evoltaneo, or an S2000, or like, any, like cute car. Probably anything that
has a soft top variant, probably, I would say has RPF1s on it. Now, even I have RPF1s, so are you guys angry in
the comments right now? Are you drudging up a storm, you’re like, this dude
just talked so much crap about the wheels on my car, just just… We actually, we can get
you all these wheels. So, if your interested in the Volks, in the Works, or in the Enkei RPF1s, check out We actually have all of those wheels If you want a quote you
can feel free to do so If you want to pick up a
set of multi piece wheels. Otherwise, I’m Alex,
from fitment industries, if your looking for
Enkei’s, we have those too. How bout that, look at that, we are just a neutral piece of educational material and we just want to tell you that there’s, like, there’s other wheels out there that you can check out too that might look good on your car. There’s a gallery out there that we have that you can just check it out. Anyways, I’m Alex from Fitment industries, bankers going to run me over with a truck if I keep talking and
we will see you later. Peace.

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  1. I actually never ran any of those wheels.. just never felt like following the heard of sheep and the Instagram trends 😂.. my opinion is that the whole point of building a car is to be unique and stand out.. not blend in

  2. Work cr kia are great wheels and bought them for my mx5 a week before my second ever drift day which was a competition my mate runs and I was one of the few people that day running genuine wheels not rep shit haha

  3. I have TE37's for my SW20 MR2 and I can agree its overran for sure… But MAN are they ever good looking (especially because I bought them second hand and paid like 1/2 the original price lol)

  4. And here I am watching this. 24 years old and I really just love the TE37. Its all I've ever wanted and now its been overran before I've had a chance to own them

  5. Simmmons fr9’s are the most overused wheel in Australia, and are extremely boring on old school rotaries and Aussie muscle cars

  6. RPF1 trickled down from F1, and Honda's double wishbone trickled down from F1.. RPF1's are going on my EG hatch and I don't care about the haters.

  7. Don't even say TE37's are overran to the Honda community, You just might get death threats shortly after saying so…. 🙂

  8. The way I picked my wheels for my was search google images and find some tasteful one off designs people were not running. Ended up going with a WORK CR01. Great old school/modern look on the AE86 that looks pretty decent on my FRS. Almost went with a set of VOLK CHALLENGE, and a set of VOLK GTN 2P. Almost fell into a set of WORK CR Kawami 2P with a white face and polished lip. Either way can’t wait to get the rest of my supporting mods, and post up my results on the Fitment Industries Gallery.

  9. I've had BBS RS on my 300ZX TT for 20 years. First set was 16 inch then I found some 17 inch. But I just sold the car and the new owner is going to take them off and probably sell if you're looking for a set.

  10. I have a 1993 300zx TT, and I’m gonna run TE37. Because TE37 is LIFE (lol). But really though haha my favorite wheel isn’t something I can get (out of production) so TE37’s.

  11. reason why i have 3pce DPE’s on my GTR and 3pcs Cor Forged on my Audi i like to be original not “follow” the crowd… i completely agree with this vid someone finally said it 🙏🏼

  12. I'm getting a really sweet Miata soon 😭 how did you know I was looking at the TE37's and the RPF1's…

  13. RPF1s are sooo over ran but they look really good and are light and affordable so it makes sense lol

  14. Saving up for some 17×9+20 GunMetal Grey MST MT14 wheels for my 2001 Accord V6 because I’m a broke boi and they’re the nicest rep version of the BBSs I want that I’ve found so far 🤷🏼‍♂️

  15. Hi guys recently bought a ek9… Unlike in your country getting free stuff in South Africa isn't that easy I have been following you guys for a while now but my main question is I think your website is great and I have been looking for rpf1 4/100 15 inch but exchange rate kills any online purchases I was looking at from you guys…any plans of expanding into other regions. South Africa is big untapped market for aftermarket parts we car crazy I think you guys would do great if you guys had a fitment center in cape Town south Africa. Sorry for the long comment

  16. Rpf1's… while I was hoping it wouldn't be on this list, it's laughable how common these are. I get that it's a cheap, good running wheel. But for those who mod and want to be different and stand apart (which is literally every car person) using rpf1's will make you blend in. I can't in good conscience compliment someone's wheels when I know that they're rpf1's. I'm not saying I hate them, I just don't think they're impressive anymore because they're over saturated in the community.

    I saw someone swap out their stock fifth gen wrx rims with these and honestly, the car looked better with the stock rims (that specific gen of wrx had REALLY good stock rims). I felt bad because it was a giant waste of money on their part. But hey, whatever makes you happy ya know.

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