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Old 01-14-2014, 02:12 PM   #1
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Hey guys, I'm in desperate need of some new tires front right tire is almost completely bald on the side so I'm probably gonna need to align them once I get new tires.

1. If I were to get 2 of these 10.5 inch wheels would they work well with some nitto 315's?
2. Would 315's on the back look odd with the stock 245's on the front?
3. Would they match the stock rims that ill have up front?
4. Do I get the 17 inch on the back too?
5. Ive never heard of OE Wheels before, any opinions?

First time I've bought tires for it sorry for all the questions

http://www.oewheelsllc.com/Wheels_3/...l-Anthracite_3
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Hey guys, I'm in desperate need of some new tires front right tire is almost completely bald on the side so I'm probably gonna need to align them once I get new tires.

1. If I were to get 2 of these 10.5 inch wheels would they work well with some nitto 315's?
2. Would 315's on the back look odd with the stock 245's on the front?
3. Would they match the stock rims that ill have up front?
4. Do I get the 17 inch on the back too?
5. Ive never heard of OE Wheels before, any opinions?

First time I've bought tires for it sorry for all the questions

http://www.oewheelsllc.com/Wheels_3/...l-Anthracite_3

1. 315s fit a 10.5" wide wheel perfectly

2. It doesn't look weird at all, it actually looks badass like a Muscle car.

3. Tires don't have to be the same, because with a 315 you will most likely be running a DR. But wheels would look weird if they aren't the same.

4. It's best to just get 17" all around but go wider for the back.

5. Never heard of them
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Hey guys, I'm in desperate need of some new tires front right tire is almost completely bald on the side so I'm probably gonna need to align them once I get new tires.

1. If I were to get 2 of these 10.5 inch wheels would they work well with some nitto 315's?
2. Would 315's on the back look odd with the stock 245's on the front?
3. Would they match the stock rims that ill have up front?
4. Do I get the 17 inch on the back too?
5. Ive never heard of OE Wheels before, any opinions?

First time I've bought tires for it sorry for all the questions

http://www.oewheelsllc.com/Wheels_3/...l-Anthracite_3
1. I'm running 17X10.5 with some Nitto NT05s, no bulge at all
2. The 245s will look a little odd just because the backspacing on the stock 17X8s sinks it in a bit
3. If you have OEM Bullitt the aftermarket ones will be a darker shade
4. Up to you
5. Companies like OE wheels (not necessarily that exact company) are what AM and LMR get their wheels from
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1. I'm running 17X10.5 with some Nitto NT05s, no bulge at all
2. The 245s will look a little odd just because the backspacing on the stock 17X8s sinks it in a bit
3. If you have OEM Bullitt the aftermarket ones will be a darker shade
4. Up to you
5. Companies like OE wheels (not necessarily that exact company) are what AM and LMR get their wheels from
So I'd be better off buying 4 rims? In a perfectionist when it comes to my car so unmatched wheels won't roll well with me
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Yes get a set of 4 wheels
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Yeah you'd need 4.
Stock bullitts on the passenger side, aftermarket on the drivers. It's tough to tell from a picture but s quite noticeable in person
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