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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 09-19-2009, 11:57 PM Thread Starter
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motegi rims?

so i can get these rims--- for $200...no tires. and get high performance tires all around for them for $400. so...$600 max. they're 17's and i wanna know what y'all think?
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not bad if you like them thats all that counts. thats almost exactly what i did. i had 17" ICW RB1's with 215-45-17 nankang tires paid $340 out the door for the tires. go for it. o make sure u check for curb rash if theres a lot it might not be worth it IMO.



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oh there isnt any, its from my friend. he has so much damn car stuff...prolly part of the reason he's going out of business cuz he just buys stuff
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go for it then dude. did you consider powdercoating them also



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Not bad! if they are in good condition go for it!



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yeah they're in good condition. what size tires would you recommend?
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Try this tire size calculator. you can try all different sizes. Like differend widths and sidewall heights.
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16= 215/50/16
17= 215/45/17
18= 225/40/18
19= 225/30/19
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