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      06-03-2012, 01:45 PM   #1
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Another 18 vs 19 thread

Ok so I am really debating if I want to run 18's or 19's... I am really leaning towards this wheel set I found online that are 19's. but having a shitty ass time trying to find decent tires with the 19" sizes..

which brings to the next question.. I am not really going to be tracking my car.. or Autoxing it.. and etc.. Its a daily driven car and I am more going for looks then go for the wheels..

So if you where in my shoes - 18 or 19?
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