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Old 03-25-2013, 06:31 PM   #1
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Gloss black or charcoal amrs

Well I have yet to decide on size or color yet . I was thinking 19 in front and 20 in back but no idea if that would be a good set up . So gloss black or charcoal Amrs on a black car with grabber blue accents ?
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Should I do 19 in front and 20 in rear?
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+1 on the gloss!
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I think gloss would go better with your car. And 20's are too big imo. 19's all around
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