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Old 08-17-2016, 10:03 PM   #1
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Looking for staggered 19's or 20's

Just bought a '14 V6 Convertible and want to do the wheels and tires....would like to go with 19's but can be a bit hard to find and tires can be a little more expensive. Anybody in or close to Phoenix have any available or suggestions where one might be able to find some without breaking the bank?
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AMR, or those wheel store that let you pay weekly.


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I had AMR for a long time. look good and cant beet price! get them with Nitto's for cheaper than my current 20's lol
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Thanks for the responses
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There's a wheel store that lets you pay weekly? Hmm, wonder if that would show up on the credit report...aka wonder if my wife would find out
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I've seen Boss 338's w/ tires for $1299 at some of the tire stores here in Phoenix. There's a bunch of places you can buy wheels & pay by the month. There's a place on Scottsdale Rd. near Thomas & one on Indian School Rd. & 43rd Ave. You can get a decent Used Set at a Good Price on Thomas & 32nd St. at that used tire shop. They have more than one shop.
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I got 19x9.5 SVE drag wheels from LMR.com with tires and tpms for 1400$ and they look much better than the AMR wheels in my opinion
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Thanks for all the feedback....planning on getting the lowering done first, going 1.5 all around, and then deciding on which wheel size to go with. I've hear that 19" tires are more expensive??? Any thoughts on that?
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I have heard the same thing on the 19" tires being more expensive because they are less common. I don't know if this is true of not though. Never really looked into it.
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