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Old 08-24-2005, 01:16 AM   #21
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I'll have to try it tommrow...the web site is being ghey.
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Old 08-24-2005, 09:12 AM   #22
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Well I decided that I'm gonna buy them. I like how they look.

But still would like some more feeedback just to gauge the interest of you all. Not often I ever have a thread like this.
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I dont know why, well first off, i like them on your car, they look really nice, but for some reason they remind me of the Mustang GT rims...but a little darker.. i dont know why. but they do. but liiike i said, i like them!
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I personally ain't a big fan of the open spaces on them, but they do look good!

All that open room, you're gonna have to do something to clean up your brake drums, tho...
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I personally ain't a big fan of the open spaces on them, but they do look good!

All that open room, you're gonna have to do something to clean up your brake drums, tho...

See, i like the big gap'*, easier to clean for me, and thats why i like having disc brakes all around, for rims like that.... but i doubt ill ever get new rims... im not big on that. I like my stock ones....Retract that statement, i want the GXP rims or the ones the Pat found that look like them.
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I dont know why, well first off, i like them on your car, they look really nice, but for some reason they remind me of the Mustang GT rims...but a little darker.. i dont know why. but they do. but liiike i said, i like them!
Mustangs have the ridged spokes and the Motegi'* have the dimples....and center caps are different....Only real differences I can tell lol
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I personally ain't a big fan of the open spaces on them, but they do look good!

All that open room, you're gonna have to do something to clean up your brake drums, tho...

See, i like the big gap'*, easier to clean for me, and thats why i like having disc brakes all around, for rims like that.... but i doubt ill ever get new rims... im not big on that. I like my stock ones....Retract that statement, i want the GXP rims or the ones the Pat found that look like them.
I'd prefer a more open rim - tired of toothbrushing them every week However, IMO regarding these rims on this car....it puts a West Coast Chopper look on the car. Sort of "bad boyz" the car. To me, a Bonnie is classy...needs classy rims to go with....but that'* just my opinion.
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Old 08-25-2005, 01:07 AM   #28
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I personally ain't a big fan of the open spaces on them, but they do look good!

All that open room, you're gonna have to do something to clean up your brake drums, tho...

See, i like the big gap'*, easier to clean for me, and thats why i like having disc brakes all around, for rims like that.... but i doubt ill ever get new rims... im not big on that. I like my stock ones....Retract that statement, i want the GXP rims or the ones the Pat found that look like them.
I'd prefer a more open rim - tired of toothbrushing them every week However, IMO regarding these rims on this car....it puts a West Coast Chopper look on the car. Sort of "bad boyz" the car. To me, a Bonnie is classy...needs classy rims to go with....but that'* just my opinion.

Ya I see what you're saying...but I'm going for the luxury with atitude thing.
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Luxury with attitude....that works!
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You gonna have 'em on by Saturday afternoon?? I can give everyone the "grumpy old man" live report....
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