Top 5 AFFORDABLE 4 Lug Wheels

Top 5 AFFORDABLE 4 Lug Wheels

– Hey guys, what’s going on? It’s Alex from Fitment Industries. I’ve walked through that door
for like six intros for videos but today we decided to
talk about four bolt wheels for under a thousand dollars. So let’s just get right into it. So number five, is the Klutch SL1. Now we looked at the 16×8+15,
runs you around like $800. Now the SL1 is definitely an iconic, meshed out style design. It goes very well with Acuras and Hondas, especially we see a ton of
it on our gallery and on top of that, Klutch’s finish is pretty good, especially when you look at
the price for around $800, you get a nice, solid finish. They have a bunch of
different color options, especially on the SL1,
including a silver, a bronze and a black and silver option, and on top of that you can actually get the look to be a different color
than the face of the wheel. So it gives it that
perceived two piece look. On top of that, the mesh design is iconic for those smaller style
wheels and a 16×8+15 gives you a nice step
lip, if you you’re looking to get yourself a little
bit of lip and a little bit of step lip for your vehicle. So number four is the XXR 527. Now I know when you hear XXR,
you get all sort of scared and nervous and all that
sort of stuff but it’s not that big of a deal. You can pick up a set
of four for only $530 and on top of that it comes
in those weird bolt patterns. We looked to try and see
if we could find something in a 4×108 which is going
to be for like the Peugeots, the Alphas and the old Ford
Escorts and things like that, and this is what we found. On top of that XXR has a ton
of different color styles and finishes that you
can get your wheel in, and on top of that, they
really just are a decent wheel. They look good on almost everything and if anyone ever were
to crack or break or bend, picking up a replacement
on a set of XXR 527’s in a 16 or 17 inch diameter
is absolutely easy. You get one in like two days
from us if you need one. And on top of that, they’re
just all over the place and they don’t seem to be
going away anytime soon. Number 3 is the Konig Hypergram. Now you have seen us talk
about the Konig Hypergram in the past and it’s for good reason. Konig has partnered with NK
and a lot of their investments for wheels, so you know
you’re getting a good wheel. On top of that, the Hypergram
is a flow-formed wheel and what that means is that the barrel of the wheel is lightweight. It’s stronger than your cast counter parts and on top of that you can
get a lot of different designs out of a rotary forged versus just a cast or a fully forged wheel. These ones are gonna run
you around $700 depending on the diameter and with that you get, but Konig is always one that we recommend, especially if you’re looking for something that’s lightweight that’s gonna
have a sport oriented style, and that’s just gonna
look good for a long time. Hypergram is probably one of
my favorite wheels personally. And on top of that, they’ve
just been dominating the market, in terms of what you can
get for the price point. Besides that there really
isn’t anything more that you could possibly want
in a sport inspired wheel. Number two is the 3SDM
0.05 and this does come in a four bolt pattern, 4×100
and it does sometimes come in a 4×108 when inventory allows. But the 0.05 is an iconic five spoke style classic euro look. It is pretty much taken
off the Ferrari F40 and has always just been
coined as a beautiful design. 3SDM does these diamond cut
finishing on their wheels that gives us this extremely
high end look in terms of the brushing and polishing
on their silver finish, in terms of what they can
do with every single design, so the 0.05 features a diamond
cut finish on top of it with also almost like a
satin silver that you can get with the color patterns
that are available by 3SDM. On top of the fact that
3SDM has a beautiful finish to their wheels, it just
over all looks really great. On those smaller wheels
they have a lower offset which gives it a more concavity
which gives it a little bit of a wider look, even if it
is only eight or an eight and a half wide. So 3SDM’s 0.05 you can pick up
for right around $700 to $800 and it’s definitely a good
wheel if you’re looking to get something on your
car that’s gonna look nice, just the first time and you won’t have to worry about any sort
of reliability issues because 3SDM does a great
job with their wheels. And number one, Rotiform RSE. So the Rotiform RSE does actually come in a four bolt application which a lot of people didn’t know. And we have talked about
the RSE in the past with five lug application
for budget wheels and a lot of people were
like, those weren’t made in four bolt, well they are. And on top of that, Rotiform
is partnered with MHT Alloy. They run companies like
Niche, they run companies like Rotiform and they have a
lot of other companies, so they know exactly what they
are doing with their wheels. It’s a gravity cast,
it’s a one piece wheel, but at the same time, the
finish that Rotiform provides on their wheel is very
nice in terms of the style and quality, you get
a great quality wheel. You get a great style of wheel. It looks great on everything. There’s domestics that
rock it, there are imports that rock it, there are
Euro vehicles that rock it. And the RSE is just a solid wheel that’s definitely taken over the market, especially in the past
year or so on car shows and things like that. So those are our top five wheels. If you’re looking to pick something up for the four bolt
application guys out there. The Honda, Acura, old school
Fords, anything like that, let us know what you guys think below. Obviously there’s a bunch of
other ones on the website, so if you’re interested
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  1. Can you explain the width of tires … for ex if I should get a 8, 8.5 ,9 and what size tires would those be 225, 235, etc

  2. If I can just add 1 million likes to this video it would be great. i would take the Klutch and the 3sdm in 15 inch 4×100 and 8 inches wide for my Renault thanks again FIT TEAM 👍🎉👍

  3. @1:10 It's just me but Iv'e never ever heard someone spelled Peugeot like that before lmao

    Anyway keep up the good work Alex

  4. I hate having a 4×114.3 lug pattern there are only a handfull of cars that have that lug pattern and only like 2 companies that make wheels for that lug pattern. God bless XXR and the 527. Filling a gap in the market with a wheel that looks good and is cheap. Haters be damned I love me some XXRs.

  5. Sorry but these are not "affordable" 4lug give us $600 or under set. If I can get 18×9.5 or 10 +35 ish 5lug for same $ these choices are not what the title states

  6. I was looking at an entry level wheel around $500 on the Fitment Industries site, are the wheels on the site trust worthy?

  7. Have you guys done a video on Lug Nuts? Like a top 5, or facts? I've always wanted to know Are there any benefits to running lighter Lug nuts.

  8. I will never touch another wheel no matter how 'budget' it is unless it's forged. I'd go for a beat up set of old school 3 piece Works and refinish them before I'd go the cast route.

  9. "top 5 affordable 4 lug wheels"
    >only shows 5 lug wheels

    i know they all come in 4 lug, but come on FI, this is not up to your own quality standards, REDO!

  10. These wheels are a little to big for my taste, I personally like 15s and 16s on older cars especially on older VWs like my corrado, I would of loved to pick up like the klutch SL1 15x8s if they offered them staggered I would jump on them asap, it's just hard to find wheels that are small but wide and won't break the bank for daily driving

  11. if you are going to talk about 4 lug wheels, why not, …i dont know, SHOW 4 LUG WHEELS! 5 lug everywhere here!

  12. I have a 1971 VW Super Beetle that uses 4×130…. Nothing out there except for a ugly enkei wheel…
    Prob need to get custom rotors or wheel adapters…

  13. Lmao I guess me commenting in every rim video about no 4×100 rims made this happen. I hate how my slammed mr2 spyder is 4×100


  14. Wheres my R56 Cooper squad? Fifteen 52 is where it's at. Can't wait to go with 17×8 et30 Turbomacs when I finish the PSS on my Assetto Garas

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