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Old 13-02-2016, 08:51 PM   #1
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Talking New wheels

They were on my list and I'm really pleased with the result. I wanted to fill out the arches a little more and give the car a better set of lines down the side.

The body kit I've got on order has Ken Style side skirts and rear bumper and a Greddy front bumper so the whole car with look like it's sitting a little lower too.

The wheels are Calibre CC-Fs 19inch with a staggered set up. 8.5" front, 10" rear ET35 on both.

Tyre fit is 225/40/16 front, 275/35/19 rear.
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Old 14-02-2016, 01:15 PM   #2
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looks much better
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Yeah they're much better. Have you got spacers on too they look quite pokey for et35s?
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No spacers, straight on. The rears do look quite outey but I think it's because they're 10" wide with the 275 tyre on. No rubbing though, I bounced some speed bumps to check and the clearance is fine.

Really pleased with the look!
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Happy days then. Yeah they're a nice clean looking wheel, not too dissimilar to the ones on mine.

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Nice wheels mate - aftermarket always seem to give cars a better prescence I have what are supposedly LMGT4s on mine 19" with ET30 - car feels perfect with them on.
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