Leon Hardritt test fit

Leon hardtitt orden

Since I ordered the Ordens from Japan, I’ve been constantly checking the tracking numbers to see if there are any updates. I know I know they take 6-9 weeks to arrive but you can never be so sure.

Anyway, I happened to check while I had a few days off and 2 seemed to be delivered to work, along with my 17 inch Buddyclub P1s. So I headed down to grab them. The other two appear to be on another ship … strange.

Leon hardtitt orden on R33 skyline 2

I rushed home and cracked open the packaging, this was the moment I saw Leon Hardritt Ordens for the first time in person. I was not disappointed, they are such an elegant wheel. With a mix of concavity and dish I was in awe.

Leon hardtitt orden on R33 skyline 1

The next day I got up bright and early, (mainly because the pooch was barking her tits off) and got to work on seeing how they’d look on my Skyline.

Leon hardtitt orden on R33 skyline front

Hot damn, they look amazing! even with the black lips which I wasn’t really a fan of. I was going to polish them up but I might rock them as is for a while.

Leon hardtitt orden on R33 skyline rear

It was a nice surprise to see that the fronts cleared brakes without a spacer too, though I still need to run some to allow more inner clearance.

The rears sit roughly 20mm out of the standard guard at -2 camber. So with my 30mm over fenders and a little camber, it’ll be perfecto!

Now the wait remains for the remaining pair to arrive.

2 Responses to “Leon Hardritt test fit”

  1. JimmyNich August 1, 2013 at 11:39 am #

    Fuck man, this is amazing, i was thinking of getting a set of these for my 33 and you’ve convinced me haha. Also are they nismo side indicators?

    • Adam August 1, 2013 at 11:58 am #

      Glad I could be of help! Hopefully you can find a used set or something. As they are very exxy brand new. Yep they are Nismo indicators.

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