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Old 05-08-2007, 04:55 PM   #1
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How would the tempo look with white cross laces? thoughts?
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actually that might look kinda cool

post a pic of your car and a crosslace and i can try a photochop
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i will see if i can find pics of han'* laces.
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i think this thread might have enough of what we are looking for.

http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...139&highlight=

right now, the crosslaces are black. i would get them stripped and painted. lets take a peek with the black crosslaces too shall we, if you wish.
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they look kinda weird because the pic of the tempo is so small, if it was a higher resolution it would've turned out better...




and i couldn't get them too black otherwise they would have "disappeared" :P




and i got a little carried away on this one
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You know what would look good on that Tempo?
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and i got a little carried away on this one
hrmmm, it doesnt look too bad lowered, but i like the driveability of a car with higher than average ground clearance.

and i like the amber lens, it breaks up the white
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i think i may have found a similar set for you.



it'* an 85-86 nissan 200 SX. i think the wheels are the same bolt pattern. they're 15x6.

not exactly what you were looking for but it'* something.



BMW 88-91 325IX 15x7.
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