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View Poll Results: 92-95 SE five star slant
92-99? All models crosslace (silver) 2 12.50%
92-99? All models crosslace (gold) 0 0%
92-93 SSE/i Nine slotted triangle 0 0%
92-96? SE 15 inch plastic cover wheels 1 6.25%
94-99? SSE/i five star slanted alloys 3 18.75%
94-99? SSE/i five star slanted chrome 7 43.75%
96-99 All models five star striaght 3 18.75%
96-99 SLE and SSE/i triangle 0 0%
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Old 07-08-2003, 02:48 AM   #1
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I dont' know if anybody has ever asked this question, it'* not even important really; I've posted nothin in about 2 months, so..........
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Well, I like my 15" 18 slots...lol

but if I had my choice..the 16' chromies stock on SSE/i are my faves. the crosslace are a PITA to clean :P
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i like my rims best sure there a PITA to clean but when there are clean they look sweet. btw anybody try brake dust guards
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i'm going to guess you either have too much NO2 laying around or you show off your Budweiser memorabilia...
I definatly love the rims on my 93 the most, they are the five spoke ones, way easier to clean than those tri-port dealies on the 87
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i like my rims best sure there a PITA to clean but when there are clean they look sweet. btw anybody try brake dust guards
I still have those same crosslace rims you got in my garage. And yes, BIG pain to clean. Ceramic brakes fix that.

BTW: Your car looks identical to what mine did when I first bought it over a year ago...memories.
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I dont' know if anybody has ever asked this question, it'* not even important really; I've posted nothin in about 2 months, so..........

You forgot the 17 inch chrome bling blings on the 2000+ SSEi'* Which i happen to be partial to...
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GO GHETTO WHEELCOVERS!!! (i just had to vote for um since i own them) but yea id much rather have some aluminum ones....
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i'm going to guess you either have too much NO2 laying around or you show off your Budweiser memorabilia...
I definatly love the rims on my 93 the most, they are the five spoke ones, way easier to clean than those tri-port dealies on the 87
NO2!??!! Thats an R-12 Refridgerant recharging kit it looks like... See where it says refridgerant? Not a Nitrous kit....

What beats crosslaces??? MAYBE the newest chromed wheels like Tams, the 6 spoke ones that are paired.. I'm the ONLY one who voted for crosslaces?!?! I know pete will be representing here! I like the track look, and i really like paired spoke rims, especially on cars like the Bonne and a 5 series. This didn't ask about which wheel is the easiest to clean, it was about which one you like the best.
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I dont' know if anybody has ever asked this question, it'* not even important really; I've posted nothin in about 2 months, so..........

You forgot the 17 inch chrome bling blings on the 2000+ SSEi'* Which i happen to be partial to...
I didn't forget about U new schoo'*, I added 00 up wheels but the poll wouldn't allow me to have all those poll questions so..........................

oh and the five spoke straight for all models 96 up have my vote, only tied by those triangles like on '* before he put the other ones on.
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