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looking for wheels that resemble as closely to possible as the forgeline rims my dad has on his twin turbo viper here:



i was really wanting to get 18"x8 rims all around, w/a 225/40ZR18, 225/35ZR18, 235/40/ZR18, 235/35/ZR18 tire...which of all them would u recommend and why or why not? i dont want to use spacers and i dont want rubbing etc, i have the IP2 fully adjustable coilovers as well, thanks for the help!

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i want a car that resembles your dads....haha

(sorry i have no help with the wheels, just had to say that)
 

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esartee for said:
i want a car that resembles your dads....haha

(sorry i have no help with the wheels, just had to say that)
lol i hear ya
 

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omg i love those! $1200 for wheels and tires...what size tires should i get?



should i get 225s or 235s?
 

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i want em too lol
 

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235's would be sweet. but I dunno if they will fit, maybe with the right offset.


oh, you should get some pics of the TT setup on your dad's car!
 

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Bin4ry said:
those look like a bitch to clean
Heh, Binary and I have the same wheel necessities.

#1 on the list: Must be easy to clean.

Everything else follows that.

:D

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i want those rims now! does anyone have them on their car? also...i dont care about being easy to clean, i just want the style and teh BIG lip...just dont know what size tires and what series tires to get:(
 

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18" with 225/40/18 tires and be done. ;)
 

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evo77 said:
18" with 225/40/18 tires and be done. ;)
cool...that'll be perfect then? i dont want the tire to look dumb on the rim like the tire isnt filling up the whole rim, ya know? those are 18x7.5 and i just dont want the tire to not come to the edge of the lip all the way around the rim.

btw...do u think the lip on those rims would be pretty big and noticeable in person w/the 18x7.5 size?
 

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castrol said:
Heh, Binary and I have the same wheel necessities.

#1 on the list: Must be easy to clean.

Everything else follows that.

:D

~castrol

Werd.. while its not my foremost deciding factor, it is key.... I hate spending as much time washing WHOLE car as I do washing my wheels.. :crybaby:

but I do love the hell out of that style of wheel... however think its more suited for RWD vehicles due to its looking better w/a phat lip. Also I'd steer clear of Excel wheels! For 1- I've seen several pissed Excel owners who've hit mediocre sized potholes that've bent a wheel, and 2nd- Wheelmax sells them, go read the feedback thread.

Check out he Konig Imagines... sweet wheel right there. :thumbsup:
 

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Number 3 = Arent all exels really heavy?
 

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where the hell have you been Dan???
 

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Bin4ry said:
those look like a bitch to clean
That's why I hate my stock R/T rims ....
 
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