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Old 12-03-2013, 07:43 PM   #1
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Pics of new edge with drag wheels

Been thinking of selling my wheels to buy drag wheels to have a meaner look. But I can't picture my car with them on.
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Come summer I'm gonna throw on some 315 radials
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.thats what I want anyways lol a little big tho
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You're going to daily drive it?
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Old 12-03-2013, 08:02 PM   #6
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How do you know your at the point when you need DRs on your dd?

How would they do on the highway?

Ps don't drive in the rain or over a puddle lol
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My old DD set up
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My old DD set up

Always drove on highways and hit few potholes , no problems , turning no problem, took them past 100 no problem , don't remember if I drove them in rain, I think I did and it was fine just be careful
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On small tires. Moving up to 28".

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315s and straight hook. And they are on 17 inch fr500s
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I dd my drag radials through rain. It's not as bad as everyone thinks. Drive smart and it's fine. It's gonna snow today so I'm not gonna be out.
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I dd my drag radials through rain. It's not as bad as everyone thinks. Drive smart and it's fine. It's gonna snow today so I'm not gonna be out.
Yeah the 555Rs are ok in the rain but watch out for cold. Nitto says specifically to not store in below freezing and that would include parking outside for however many hours at work in sub-32 temps. They're right too, you feel like someone greased them up if you try to drive in really cold weather.
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On small tires. Moving up to 28".
Are this 15' ?

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Are this 15'
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Are this 15' ?

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Are this 15'
15x4/15x8
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Did you swap our your front brakes also? I thought you just did your rears?
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Did you swap our your front brakes also? I thought you just did your rears?
1" hubcentric spacers on front with cobra brakes. Gt brakes on rear.
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There are plenty of rims that clear 17" front brakes too. Hell the racestars on AM are 17" up front.
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There are plenty of rims that clear 17" front brakes too. Hell the racestars on AM are 17" up front.
I found spacers for free. Free is always better
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