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Old 11-04-2012, 06:12 PM   #1
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Ruff Racing. Anybody heard of em??

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Old 11-04-2012, 07:12 PM   #2
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Old 11-04-2012, 07:14 PM   #3
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Nope. Look cool tho
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Old 11-04-2012, 07:19 PM   #4
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I like the style. Just didnt know if they were poorly made or something. I might buy em and see how i lile them they are 1100 for a set of 20's not too bad
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Nope lol
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Dang nobody has! Lol
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My buddy has some on his 350. Look good to me, only thing bad is one lost a center cap
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Old 11-05-2012, 12:51 PM   #8
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Nice! I think im gonna get them!
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Nope, and after the recent COR debacle, I'd be hesitant to put an unknown on my car.
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Old 11-05-2012, 01:34 PM   #10
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Nope, and after the recent COR debacle, I'd be hesitant to put an unknown on my car.
Explain?? I havent heard of this
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Old 11-06-2012, 09:25 AM   #11
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It's been all over the car enthusiast forums. This Guy's Wheel Self-Destructed And The Company Who Made It Is Blaming Him
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Dang thats crazy.
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Old 11-06-2012, 08:40 PM   #13
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I love mine!
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I love mine!
Sweet!!! Glad somebody has them on here! Thanks!!
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Sweet!!! Glad somebody has them on here! Thanks!!
My wheel guy really recommended them and I love them. I do know that they handle speeds over 110 mph. Mine are 18's.
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My wheel guy really recommended them and I love them. I do know that they handle speeds over 110 mph. Mine are 18's.
Awesome!!! Im looking at 20's! I have 20's now and got a brand new set of tires on them that i can just switch out.
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Awesome!!! Im looking at 20's! I have 20's now and got a brand new set of tires on them that i can just switch out.
Makes sense, I had 20s and dropped down 18s. My back tires were bald, but fronts almost new. My wheel guy wanted me to go with 20s, but the ride quality difference is amazing. Beautiful wheels though.
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Makes sense, I had 20s and dropped down 18s. My back tires were bald, but fronts almost new. My wheel guy wanted me to go with 20s, but the ride quality difference is amazing. Beautiful wheels though.
Yea, my ride is pretty rough on bumps, but i think ive gotte used to it! I probably shouldnt switch to 18's, cause if i do, ill probably like it more! Lol!
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Yea, my ride is pretty rough on bumps, but i think ive gotte used to it! I probably shouldnt switch to 18's, cause if i do, ill probably like it more! Lol!
I drove so much that the ride quality had to be improved. They helped with my gas mileage as well because they are so much lighter than my creggars.
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I drove so much that the ride quality had to be improved. They helped with my gas mileage as well because they are so much lighter than my creggars.
I can totally understand that. I drive my car maybe 4 times a month so it doesnt bother me that bad!
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I can totally understand that. I drive my car maybe 4 times a month so it doesnt bother me that bad!
You drive your car like I drive my bike.
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You drive your car like I drive my bike.
Haha!! Im a college student and i drive back in forth to school in a little nissan frontier. So my car is my play toy!! And i wish i had a bike! Actually was gonna buy a brand new 2012 Ninja 250, green and black, sick little bike. Just so i could drive it back and forth to school and get amazing mpg but i didnt make a move on it and someone else bought it for a steal.
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Haha!! Im a college student and i drive back in forth to school in a little nissan frontier. So my car is my play toy!! And i wish i had a bike! Actually was gonna buy a brand new 2012 Ninja 250, green and black, sick little bike. Just so i could drive it back and forth to school and get amazing mpg but i didnt make a move on it and someone else bought it for a steal.
My mustang was bought as a toy and became my DD. Now it gets between 1500 and 2500 miles a month. I have a 2006 Yamaha v-star 1100 silverado edition. Love my cruiser. My wife has vetoed sports bikes because she knows me and my love for speed and wheelies.
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My mustang was bought as a toy and became my DD. Now it gets between 1500 and 2500 miles a month. I have a 2006 Yamaha v-star 1100 silverado edition. Love my cruiser. My wife has vetoed sports bikes because she knows me and my love for speed and wheelies.
Yea, iwould kill myself on a sport bike. Even if it was a little 250! I need 4 wheels! Lol!
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