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post #1 of 22 (permalink) Old 08-12-2009, 03:24 PM Thread Starter
 
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New wheels - help me decide

OK, I have a 2 door silver cobalt with blacked out windows and lights. What do you think of these wheels? I'm having troubles deciding...

HERE'S MY CURRENT SETUP (NOTE: SELLING THE WHEELS SOON)




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i like the first ones the most. how much are you looking for for ur wheels?
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i like the first ones the most. how much are you looking for for ur wheels?
I'm going to sell them for $200. BUT...they are 4x4.25 so they wont fit our cars unless you get an adapter which I have now. AND, you cant have your car lowered with an adapter.....
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too much offset?
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post #5 of 22 (permalink) Old 08-12-2009, 03:45 PM Thread Starter
 
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Yeah, they stick out an inch as they are a 1" adapter. And honestly, I wouldn't sell these wheels/adapter to fellow Cobalt owners as I wouldn't put them through the hell I went through!! But any other car would work as long as it has a 4x4.25 spacing
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haha good to know... so what wheels are u thinking?
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Definitely go bigger on whatever u rim u chose. Looks like the ones u have are 16s? I say dont go any smaller than a 17. Also, get rims that actually fit ur car so that u can drop it.

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Definitely go bigger on whatever u rim u chose. Looks like the ones u have are 16s? I say dont go any smaller than a 17. Also, get rims that actually fit ur car so that u can drop it.
They are 17's and yeah, I have the B&G springs ready to go on, just need the new wheels.
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Well, go with 18s then

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meh... to big is ricey
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