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Old 08-17-2014, 10:32 PM   #1
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Hi Folks,

New here from Upstate NY. Been in some of the other forums and lurking around here for a while and decided it was time to join. Getting ready to do some upgrades soon and looking forwards to chatting with ya all.
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Old 08-17-2014, 11:05 PM   #2
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Hello there! Greetings from Long Island! Nice car man, really like those Roush (I believe) rims!
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Hello there! Greetings from Long Island! Nice car man, really like those Roush (I believe) rims!
Thanks Grabber. I'm actually getting ready to do allot of work to it and might make a change to the rims. The rim/tire doesn't seem to fill out that rear well to good.

Some work coming up:
  • New Cowl Hood
  • Replacing the Vinyl Stripes with Painted Stripes (Matte Black)
  • Replacing rear Spoiler with a Roush Spoiler
  • New Halo head and Fog Lights
  • Elenor Style front Grill
  • Maybe new Rims......
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That's a lot of stuff! I would add painted mirror covers in your paint color if you can find them for your year, I just added them to mine and it really looks so good.
Have you lowered your car yet? Lowering springs may be the solution to filling out the rear height wise, unless you meant the sides filling out
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It is lowered with an Eibach Pro Kit. Just seems like the wheel is to small. I think I'm definitely going staggered this time around and maybe a concave rim.
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It is lowered with an Eibach Pro Kit. Just seems like the wheel is to small. I think I'm definitely going staggered this time around and maybe a concave rim.
Staggered would look real nice. What size rims are those? A taller tire may also help fill it up
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Those are 20's with 255/35's all the way around. I was thinking maybe I should try a bigger tire just not sure how much bigger I can go with this rim 😯

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Those are 20's with 255/35's all the way around. I was thinking maybe I should try a bigger tire just not sure how much bigger I can go with this rim 😯

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I would not go any bigger than 20's. Think you just need a bigger tire. What are you running now? a 245/45 would be perfect to fill up that gap
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Currently has 255/35 on all 4 corners.
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