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Old 01-13-2013, 05:44 PM   #1
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17x9/10.5 or 18x9/10

Which is more aggressive? I will also have lowering springs(eibach pro or sport?) installed. And shocks and struts. I'm going for looks and a better ride than I have now(suspension is done).
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Depends on sidewall number. A 275/ 50 more comfortable than say 275/35. But 35 looks better. I'd definitely go 18s tho. 18s with a drop looks good.
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If you got the money you can find 18x10.5
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If you got the money you can find 18x10.5
Where can I find 18x10.5? point me in the direction...

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Depends on sidewall number. A 275/ 50 more comfortable than say 275/35. But 35 looks better. I'd definitely go 18s tho. 18s with a drop looks good.
They are coming from AM at this point. They appear to be 275/35-18 and 285/35-18
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Where can I find 18x10.5? point me in the direction...

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They are coming from AM at this point. They appear to be 275/35-18 and 285/35-18
EBay has rim & tire combos. Don't know about 10.5 but it can't hurt to look.
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I found some that are 18x10.5, but I think I'm going to stick with the 18x9/10 from AM.
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