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Old 01-10-2013, 09:26 PM   #1
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Would these be a good choice?

tsw 18s rims and tires

also, I e-mailed to ask, but if they don't have TPMS sensors, can I have those installed in there later and drive with the warning light on?

seems like a nice way to get some wider rubber on my car, and not spend a fortune.

18x9 fronts and 18x10 rears.

Have a 2011 5.0 with stock 18x8 right now.
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Would you get some new tires for them? I couldn't tell what brand they were. One of my buddies has driven his car for a few weeks with the warning light on and I think it's just annoying more than anything.
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Would you get some new tires for them? I couldn't tell what brand they were. One of my buddies has driven his car for a few weeks with the warning light on and I think it's just annoying more than anything.
I dunno. I also asked him what they were and would want to see them first. He claims they were only driven for 4 months, so the wear can't be that bad but hard to tell from the pictures. I'm thinking of offering 450 unless they have some really crappy tires.

I assumed that is all the light was is annoying. I don't mind that for now.
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Personally, I'd have a hard time buying anything from someone who cares so little about spelling, grammar, and punctuation.
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Personally, I'd have a hard time buying anything from someone who cares so little about spelling, grammar, and punctuation.
Haha yeah. I've changed my mind. Decided to not be stupid. Going to put that money into lowering the car. Gonna buy koni strt shocks and struts, h&r ss springs, gt500 strut mounts and bmr pan hard bar I think instead.

Will do the LCA and UCA soon as I get that money together too.

Thing that will be better than just 2" wider tire
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