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The Wheel Buying Guide

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Old 07-03-2007, 05:48 PM
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Default The Wheel Buying Guide

According to a recent survey, a large percentage of people modifying their vehicles choose wheels as the first modification. Wheels happen to be one of the most noticeable parts on a vehicle, and many people refer to getting new wheels as buying "new shoes." But because of the relatively high price of rims/tires compared to other parts on the car, buyers need to be extra careful, and even spend extra time researching the wheels, tires, and even the company they purchase the wheels from.

Here are a few important things to consider to know when purchasing wheels:
 
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Old 08-02-2007, 09:11 PM
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Default RE: The Wheel Buying Guide

i have a 1998 ls 400 and i just bought 20" rims for it but my friend has same car with 20" rims with tire size 245/35z/20 but there is too much space in the wheel well does not look good what is the biggest tire that i can fit without modifying the wheel wells and making it look perfect anyyy suggestions????? please
 
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