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Old 05-03-2013, 04:41 PM   #1
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Which ones?

Centerline
18x8 front 5.5bs
18x9.5 rear idk what back spacing will work guys?


Or the billet specialties
17x8 5.5 backspacing
17x11 rear 6.75 backspacing
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Old 05-03-2013, 04:48 PM   #2
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I like the first ones better
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I know I think they look close the the same but it will cost me about 500 dollars more for the center lines but I like how they are 18's not 17's do you know what backspace I need for the 18x9.5 rear for it to be flush?
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I prefer the Billet Specialties set, that's the set I'm looking at myself, they're gorgeous and the deep dish accentuates the thin spokes perfectly.
My only complaint is that I don't love the idea of running drag-lite wheels as a dd set. It's just kinda tacky in my opinion.
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I prefer the Billet Specialties set, that's the set I'm looking at myself, they're gorgeous and the deep dish accentuates the thin spokes perfectly.
My only complaint is that I don't love the idea of running drag-lite wheels as a dd set. It's just kinda tacky in my opinion.
Yeah do you know the backspacing you need to run those wheels?
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Yeah do you know the backspacing you need to run those wheels?
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I highly recommend billet specialties my dad bought a set and one was just a hair off valence and they replaced the whole wheel for free and polished it again with no questions asked
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Yeah I'm thinking billet specialties but I really want to know what backspacing?
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