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Old 09-17-2013, 01:32 AM   #1
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Charcoal AMR wheels

Just got them installed. For those of you interested here are some good pics. 19x8.5 on front and 20x10 rear
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Old 09-17-2013, 01:38 AM   #2
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Believe I would have left the stock wheels on and fixed the body damage first.
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Old 09-17-2013, 01:41 AM   #3
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Ive been waiting for a year for the insurance from the guy who hit me to pay up. The insurance co messed up the claim.
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Ive been waiting for a year for the insurance from the guy who hit me to pay up. The insurance co messed up the claim.
You need to file a small claim against the guy before it's to late. I'd also be on your insurance co azz, it's ther job to represent you.
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Its done. Im getting paid this week.
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Old 09-17-2013, 06:36 AM   #6
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Its done. Im getting paid this week.
Good deal, now ppl will notice those good looking wheels instead of the dent.
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Good deal, now ppl will notice those good looking wheels instead of the dent.
I'm one of those weirdos that sees the dent b4 anything -_-
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The thickness of the tire makes it seem like the wheels are 18's to me O.o
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Old 09-17-2013, 09:03 AM   #9
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Streets in my area are terrible. A thinner tire would result in a busted rim up front.
245-35-19 front
285-40-20 rear
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They look great

I'll be getting the black ones for my ride when my tires are ready to be replaced.
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Good looks! The tall tires and wheels fill in your wheel well nicely. That was good thinking if your have poor road conditions in your area. I know the roads around here are in need of some loving...

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Old 09-17-2013, 11:23 AM   #12
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They look great

I'll be getting the black ones for my ride when my tires are ready to be replaced.
Thanks. At some point I will have change the rear tire for something stickier. This tire wont hook up in first gear anywhere.

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Good looks! The tall tires and wheels fill in your wheel well nicely. That was good thinking if your have poor road conditions in your area. I know the roads around here are in need of some loving...

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I put in your driveshaft, 91 oct bama perfomance tune (not race tune), cat deletes and jlt. Thought these wider tires would help but now way. It wont hook up in first gear at all. Its an automatic.
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Streets in my area are terrible. A thinner tire would result in a busted rim up front.
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Looks like u live in PR.!! Worst streets on any urbanized country in the world.!!
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Looks like u live in PR.!! Worst streets on any urbanized country in the world.!!
Yep! Thats why I did not put 20 inch rims up front.

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Im sorry up front the tire is 245-45-19
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looks good, I really like the staggered setup!
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I put in your driveshaft, 91 oct bama perfomance tune (not race tune), cat deletes and jlt. Thought these wider tires would help but now way. It wont hook up in first gear at all. Its an automatic.
I'm not surprised, these 5.0's make insane power with very little mods. Improving traction is much easier said than done! haha. Try some upgraded LCA's with relocation brackets to help you hook up a little better. The factory LCA's are flimsy and tend to twist under hard acceleration.

There's a lot that goes into making these cars hook up well. If you have more questions, just send me a PM!

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Just got them installed. For those of you interested here are some good pics. 19x8.5 on front and 20x10 rear
theys looka great
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