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      09-01-2011, 07:29 PM   #1
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help me find the specs for these wheels..

can someone tell me what the specs are for these wheels? thanks
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      09-01-2011, 07:53 PM   #2
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Try the wheel section..... But they look like advan type......
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      09-01-2011, 09:51 PM   #3
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ill take a wild guess, based on the sticker they would be works?
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      09-01-2011, 09:54 PM   #4
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ill take a wild guess, based on the sticker they would be works?
That's crazy talk.
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      09-01-2011, 10:00 PM   #5
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ill take a wild guess, based on the sticker they would be works?
LOL ahahha
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      09-01-2011, 10:56 PM   #6
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That stance is fackin mean!!!
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      10-29-2011, 10:32 AM   #7
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the cars sick but whosever this is needs to sell this and buy a vw if he wants to do this...dont do it to a beamer it just looks plain dumb personal opinion...
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the cars sick but whosever this is needs to sell this and buy a vw if he wants to do this...dont do it to a beamer it just looks plain dumb personal opinion...
I kinda agree...it drives me crazy when 1. people put wheels on with tires that clearly don't fit right, and 2. when people run their cars with rediculous amounts of (positive?) camber. I don't see how people think that the "I have a broken suspension component" look is cool...it must be one of those things these whippersnappers have come up with to match their "distressed" jeans that they bought for 20% more than the non-ripped versions
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I kinda agree...it drives me crazy when 1. people put wheels on with tires that clearly don't fit right, and 2. when people run their cars with rediculous amounts of (positive?) camber. I don't see how people think that the "I have a broken suspension component" look is cool...it must be one of those things these whippersnappers have come up with to match their "distressed" jeans that they bought for 20% more than the non-ripped versions
HAHAHA...I agree. That would be

2. negative camber front and back

IMO, it looks hilarious and completely useless...how does one drive it, without the fear of air leaking from the tires (J/K) or the bottom scraping and ruining the underside of the chassis or the exhaust system or the differential or the....you catch my drift? LOL!
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      10-30-2011, 04:46 PM   #10
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I kinda agree...it drives me crazy when 1. people put wheels on with tires that clearly don't fit right, and 2. when people run their cars with rediculous amounts of (positive?) camber. I don't see how people think that the "I have a broken suspension component" look is cool...it must be one of those things these whippersnappers have come up with to match their "distressed" jeans that they bought for 20% more than the non-ripped versions
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HAHAHA...I agree. That would be

2. negative camber front and back

IMO, it looks hilarious and completely useless...how does one drive it, without the fear of air leaking from the tires (J/K) or the bottom scraping and ruining the underside of the chassis or the exhaust system or the differential or the....you catch my drift? LOL!

Agreed to both glad everyones on the same page...now someone needs to tell that guy lol...
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It's Photoshopped.
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