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Old 06-12-2012, 10:30 AM   #316
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theyre not those dub wheels are they


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Old 06-12-2012, 10:31 AM   #317
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damn those r big lol. they dont look too bad though
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Old 06-12-2012, 10:32 AM   #318
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damn those r big lol. they dont look too bad though
Don't lie to me! Haha. I want 17" black cobras
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The wheel style is cool, to big for my taste, maybe a drop would set it off? 18s are as bug as I would go on the new edge the newer ones can do 20s
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well at least ur wheels are better than 20's..nasty s***
I personally hate them too, they are too big and especially the dubs ones the look terrible... Just like when people put 20" or bigger on their cars, most I the time the rim is worth more than the car XD
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The wheel style is cool, to big for my taste, maybe a drop would set it off? 18s are as bug as I would go on the new edge the newer ones can do 20s
It is dropped... haha

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I personally hate them too, they are too big and especially the dubs ones the look terrible... Just like when people put 20" or bigger on their cars, most I the time the rim is worth more than the car XD
When you get things for free you don't complain... my dad gave them to me. They have a Cadillac and a Ford lug pattern in them
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The wheel style is cool, to big for my taste, maybe a drop would set it off? 18s are as bug as I would go on the new edge the newer ones can do 20s
I agree with you, 18" biggest size I'd settle for, unless there 05' and up they pull off 20"
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Old 06-12-2012, 10:36 AM   #324
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It is dropped... haha
is it really lol. or does it look like that cuz of the big *** wheels lol
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I agree with you, 18" biggest size I'd settle for, unless there 05' and up they pull off 20"
Agreed. 17 looks right at home with some fat azz tires
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When you get things for free you don't complain... my dad gave them to me. They have a Cadillac and a Ford lug pattern in them
True I am just saying many cars where I live tend to buy huge rims, but if anything is free you can't complain
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Agreed, id kill for a set of fr500s,). 17x9 up front and 17x10.5 in the back
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is it really lol. or does it look like that cuz of the big *** wheels lol
It used to sit like this. I'm not joking. Eibach sportlines BTW.

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It used to sit like this. I'm not joking. Eibach sportlines BTW.
lol oh ok. how big was the drop with those
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lol oh ok. how big was the drop with those
I think about 1.75" front and 1.5" rear. It took a bit to settle though! At first it was the same height and we were like wtf!? So we did some tight cornering in an open parking lot and it settled some from that
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I think about 1.75" front and 1.5" rear. It took a bit to settle though! At first it was the same height and we were like wtf!? So we did some tight cornering in an open parking lot and it settled some from that
not bad. i want my **** dropped even lower!!! but o well good enough for now. ill spend more money on suspension when i buy the gt
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not bad. i want my **** dropped even lower!!! but o well good enough for now. ill spend more money on suspension when i buy the gt
Yeah! The my next project standard gt will get a 2.25" drop on staggered wheels. Since I work at discount tire, I'm going to try and slam some 325 rears in. I know 315 works but I'm different
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Yeah! The my next project standard gt will get a 2.25" drop on staggered wheels. Since I work at discount tire, I'm going to try and slam some 325 rears in. I know 315 works but I'm different
that would be sick bro! i got 315 in the rear. i wana add spacers too but idk yet.
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not bad. i want my **** dropped even lower!!! but o well good enough for now. ill spend more money on suspension when i buy the gt
H&R!
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H&R!
I don't think it does 2" on a v6 does it??
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I don't think it does 2" on a v6 does it??
Yea it's 2"
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Yea it's 2"
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Sitting at walmart, having a set of Nitto Nt555 put on
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Sitting at walmart, having a set of Nitto Nt555 put on
Size? Drive down to me and ill slap them on for ya for free. The perks of discount tire
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Size? Drive down to me and ill slap them on for ya for free. The perks of discount tire
what part of tx u from
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Size? Drive down to me and ill slap them on for ya for free. The perks of discount tire
Haha 100s of dollars in gas versus like 20 for mount and balance. The logical choice is ROAD TRIP!! Haha rides so much smoother than when i had the slicks on there! And picked up my packet for classes!
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Haha 100s of dollars in gas versus like 20 for mount and balance. The logical choice is ROAD TRIP!! Haha rides so much smoother than when i had the slicks on there! And picked up my packet for classes!
sweet good choice of wheels. where are u taking those classes at ?
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sweet good choice of wheels. where are u taking those classes at ?
Thanks, they came with the car so i was happy with that. Ive debated on having them powder coated black with the pony emblem done in red or grabber blue. And at my local college, which happens to be the only one in the state to offer it
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Thanks, they came with the car so i was happy with that. Ive debated on having them powder coated black with the pony emblem done in red or grabber blue. And at my local college, which happens to be the only one in the state to offer it
thats awesome man i wish i could tak those classes.i wonder how i can be informed what schools offer those classes
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thats awesome man i wish i could tak those classes.i wonder how i can be informed what schools offer those classes
Theres probably some info on the ford website. Where you located at?
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thanks.. damn its just in houston and dallas
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Keller (ft worth) tx
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Keller (ft worth) tx
thats not too far. a few hrs away .
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