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Old 02-20-2014, 11:09 AM   #1
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Light weight rims

Has anyone done the footwork yet to see which rim is the lightest in an 18x10 version.
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Try the wheel and tire section..... Moved
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How much money are you wanting to spend? The lightest rims are gonna be made by companies like True Forged, CCW, HRE, etc. What are you planning to do with the car?
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It's a dd. i just don't like to have the available power hindered by heavy chrome or unnecessary weight. With that in mind i also want something appealing to the eye. Also the weight is an issue because i like wide rims like 10 front 11 rear kinda old school road race style
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Well 10" front and 11" rear are gonna be a ***** to fit in the wheel wells, I personally like CCW Classics but you're looking at $4k in rims and tires on a car that's just gonna be a DD. I don't know how much each rim weighs but I know they're lighter than just the standard aftermarket rim. most guys who try to it a wide rim on front either run big spacers or convert to a SLA front suspension setup
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Those are nice but not my style. I really love the rohana rc22 but right now they only come in 20" and i don't want to go any bigger than 18" due to performance loss there too
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