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      07-31-2009, 11:44 PM   #45
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      08-01-2009, 11:33 AM   #46
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you guys are halarious, well i decided not to take the wheels, because it would look ridiculous, and it doesn't seem like it'll fit..
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you guys are halarious, well i decided not to take the wheels, because it would look ridiculous, and it doesn't seem like it'll fit..
Very wise decision.

So what are you going to do for wheels now?
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      08-01-2009, 12:15 PM   #48
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Maybe set of staggerd 19" Vorsteiner:-) I live in New York so things are hard to come upon, and also our roads are terrible:-(
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Maybe set of staggerd 19" Vorsteiner:-) I live in New York so things are hard to come upon, and also our roads are terrible:-(
You might want to consider FORGELINE.

They make excellent quality forged 6061-T6 modular wheels.

It's one of the few modular wheel brands that I will actually recommend.

http://www.forgeline.com/

They are more reasonably priced than the Vorsteiner wheels BTW.

Actually, there are a number of other brands I would buy before Vorsteiner.
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Well at least you can apply the money you would have spent on those chrome 22" and DUB stickers on your new wheels... That should help
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