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      04-23-2009, 10:44 PM   #1
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Quick question?? Nitto Invos - directional??

Thanks - I am just about to put my new wheels on - I have looked all over the sidewall, and cannot see any directional arrow for my new Invos.

Can anyone confirm that I can mount the rears/fronts on either side?


Thanks so much!!

EDIT: Never mind! Googled it - it's good to know that I can rotate them around - with quite a bit of negative camber, that will be a big plus!
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They are not directional. It is kind of nice.

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