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      04-14-2008, 01:00 PM   #1
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Opinions on these rims

So im finally on the market for rims and i really really like these that i found on ebay. But they're 20's and im thinking that might be a little to big. I'd just like some opinions on them...

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/20-BM...mZ380015230175
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I dont think those would look good on your car. But if you're going to buy them, be sure to ask about the bolt patter and offset (it says bolt pattern 5x1120- probably a typo but you should make sure just in case).
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I saw a set of the those rims or something very similar just yesterday... on a Mclaren SLR. I hope it wasn't the same set.

No offense on your rim choice, they just don't belong on a half a million dollar car. lol.
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