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Old 11-01-2013, 06:02 PM   #1
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New pie cutters for the puddle jumper

Here's the new wheels I was telling y'all about. 20x10 and 20x8 and I don't even remember the tire sizes. I like them, but I want to get the wheels powdercoated white already lol. I had a set of brand freakin new 2013 gt500 replicas in 19s but hated the profile they have so I sold them lol. These are here to stay though!
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Looks good. Did your car come spoiler delete or did you take it off yourself?
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Looks good. Did your car come spoiler delete or did you take it off yourself?
I bought it spoiler delete. I'm trying to decide if I should keep it that way. I have a brand new oem gt500 spoiler sitting in my room I could put on. What do you think?
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I bought it spoiler delete. I'm trying to decide if I should keep it that way. I have a brand new oem gt500 spoiler sitting in my room I could put on. What do you think?
I personally think the delete is the way to go. My 2010 was a delete. Looked great. I went in to take mine off a couple months ago. They were gonna weld the holes and re spray the decklid, but I painted it black instead. I will take it off for good next year at some point.
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I personally think the delete is the way to go. My 2010 was a delete. Looked great. I went in to take mine off a couple months ago. They were gonna weld the holes and re spray the decklid, but I painted it black instead. I will take it off for good next year at some point.
When I first got the car I hated the spoiler delete and loved it at the same time. I want my car to be different than the rest in certain aspects and I think the spoiler delete does that. At the same time, those gt500 spoilers look awesome!
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When I first got the car I hated the spoiler delete and loved it at the same time. I want my car to be different than the rest in certain aspects and I think the spoiler delete does that. At the same time, those gt500 spoilers look awesome!
I do love a good gt500 spoiler as well. Id paint it a different color than your car. Black or grey maybe
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I do love a good gt500 spoiler as well. Id paint it a different color than your car. Black or grey maybe
It is black actually! I have pics of it just sitting on the car
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