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Konig - Lightning (Gloss Black w/ Machined Lip)

Konig Wheels has been setting trends and revolutionizing the wheel industry for 25 years. Konig combines twenty-five years of track-tested innovations to create the industry's most coveted aftermarket products. Sought by professionals for their superb quality and craftsmanship, recognized by enthusiasts for their great value and admired by all for their signature styling. Konig wheels and all their brand lines are manufactured under strict OEM factory specifications and quality control standards.

Konig Lightning (Gloss Black w/ Machined Lip)
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LI57100385157384-100 $125.00  
LI88510355188355-100 $179.00  
LI88510455188455-100 $179.00  
LI88514355188355-114.3 $179.00  
LI88514455188455-114.3 $179.00  
LI8N514255189.5255-114.3 $189.00  
LI8N514455189.5455-114.3 $189.00  

The offset of a wheel is the distance from its hub-mounting surface to the centerline of the wheel.

Our application database selects only the wheels within the proper offset range based on your vehicle.

Positive Offset: The hub-mounting surface is toward the curbside of the centerline.

Zero Offset: The hub-mounting surface is even with the centerline of the wheel.

Negative Offset: The hub-mounting surface is closer to the back or brake side of the wheel’s centerline.

Please see FAQ > Offset for diagrams and more detailed explanations.
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Bolt Pattern

The bolt pattern describes how many bolts hold the wheel on to the car and the diameter on which those bolts are evenly spaced.

If you do not know your car's bolt pattern, don't worry; simply select your vehicle in the dropdown boxes above. lists all bolt patterns in millimeters. For bolt circle conversions to inches and lug pattern diagrams, please read FAQ > Bolt Pattern.

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Bolt Pattern

Wheels with two bolt patterns are referred two as "Dual Drilled".

The same dual drilled wheel can be used on a variety of different applications.

This makes it easier for retailers and manufacturers alike to keep the wheels you need in stock.

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