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Old 05-19-2013, 10:44 PM   #1
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now after ( only a few but ill get some more tommorow)

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this ones for u guys lol

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Old 05-20-2013, 01:09 AM   #2
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i had those same wheels...i just put wider tires on them instead of spacers...i don't trust them

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love the cruise pic...i believe it that 100%

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Pretty neat!
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Looking good. Personally I just want wider tires
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Old 05-20-2013, 09:38 AM   #7
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they are wide it's that i like pooping out even Morelos understand and like i said I've been over 100 with these on most as much as a vibration with these bad boys its all about quality in the mod world you get what you pay for honestly and all you have to do is retighten them every two months or one to be safe and you won't have problems

like i said hub centric one thats are from American muscle are great and you won't be disappointed
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lol if i'm required to retighten them every couple months to be safe no thanks. i put my car through a lot of tough driving on mountain roads and local auto-x...

you said you have wider tires what size just curious? i ran 275/40's when i had them.
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im not sure i gota check but i run really hard lol they keep up
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I couldn't trust them...you want a wide look...save the money and buy wider wheels or tires.
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I'm thinking about buying a wider tire for my rears next time i go to get tires, (can't quite afford new wheels just yet) 235/245 would be about as wide as you can go on the stock 16x8 rims right? (stock tire size is 225/55R16)
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Old 05-21-2013, 06:43 PM   #12
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those wheels are 16x7.5" and you can fit a 245/40/16 on them if you want
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mine are 245/45
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mine are 245/45
ah...i ran 275/40's on mine
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What would you say the largest size you can safely go (averaging for different tire companys, i know they aren't all made the same)
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on yours 245/40/16
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Thanks, Thats probably what I'm going to do till i can afford new rims, lol
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I couldn't trust them...you want a wide look...save the money and buy wider wheels or tires.
+1 a wider wheel/tire looks much better than a skinny wheel poking out.
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Im going either 305 or 315 on my rear next tire change
But i had wheel spacers on my sixxer and i think it complimented the body of the car so it didnt look like the tire was sunk in side the wheel well
But i was running 18x9 cobra rs too lol ( below )
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Im going either 305 or 315 on my rear next tire change
But i had wheel spacers on my sixxer and i think it complimented the body of the car so it didnt look like the tire was sunk in side the wheel well
But i was running 18x9 cobra rs too lol ( below )
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Good looking car!
My old one, this is my new one
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Just got the billit 1 inch spacers from AM, they are grrrrrrrrreat!
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yes join te force haha jk but yea tere a good way to give t that aggressive look and my tires are pretty beefy and it looks great but i still can't wait to get new rims again lol

slo whats the biggest size i should run with my stock gt starfish rims
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what i ran...275/40/17's...it's what i ran and i didn't need spacers to look aggressive

here's that setup on my last two stangs



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okay thank u next time ill get those will they fit properly
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yeah they fit properly
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I just put on the wheels spacers from AM, looks and feel great. It does recommend tightening them every 3000, but that's ok.
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It rained -_-
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I'll get them today, I'm also painting my calipers.
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