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Old 12-17-2012, 11:46 PM   #1
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Angry 18x12 wheel in the rear?!?

can somebody tell me what it takes to have a 18x12 inch wheel in the rear. has anybody done it? any company to kinda help me out on this? please help me out guys
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Lots of fender rolling... Maybe someone with more experience on the subject will chime in.
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Might have to go wide body or get the fenders flared? You planning on running 355? Lol
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Might have to go wide body or get the fenders flared? You planning on running 355? Lol
355? thats a little large lol i didnt say 14 inches wide but I would seriously put a 12 inch wide wheel on the rear with some fender work.. as long as someone will guide me in the right F***ING direction.
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You can do a 355 on a 12'.... I've seen it on a Viper and vette. Well hopefully someone helps you out in this matter
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I hope so too. I might do this for myself after Christmas lol a present to myself is still a present.
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Look up Vorshalg & Terry Fair's threads on some of the other forums. It's apparently a chore, but can be done.
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Look up Vorshalg & Terry Fair's threads on some of the other forums. It's apparently a chore, but can be done.
I've heard people say I could get MY wheels widened instead of being some more. That would be nice for sure.
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