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Old 01-25-2013, 08:02 PM   #1
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New rims for stang.

First pic is when I bought the car. Rest are the new rims. Let me know what you think! New ones are 17x9 front 17x10.5 rear. Old ones were 20x9
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Muuucchhhhhh better!!!

You Should try plast dippin them now..
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looks super sick ! i love that look and color looks perfect. just needs more low
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I would like to go lower but I only have so much money I can throw at the pony. Pretty good though for 4 months I think.
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Looks good.
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Old 01-27-2013, 06:15 PM   #6
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Looks good.
Thank you! I like your stang as well
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Thank you! I like your stang as well
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I would like to go lower but I only have so much money I can throw at the pony. Pretty good though for 4 months I think.
Just cut a coil off your spring if moneys tight. Then when u get the money buy reg lowering springs.
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Just cut a coil off your spring if moneys tight. Then when u get the money buy reg lowering springs.
My only problem with that is the stang is my only car ATM and I live in Texas. Capital if bumpy dirt roads and potholes
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Those look awesome! Great choice with the deep dish
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Looks much better, good choice.
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Thanks you guys. I'm really enjoying them so far
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