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going for a nice stance

Discussion in 'Wheels / Suspension / Tires / Brakes' started by makewheelies304, Mar 31, 2011.

  1. makewheelies304

    makewheelies304 New Member

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    well i got my new wheels on today to see what it would look like, they are 15x7.5 with a 10 offset sittin on 195/50/15.....i am rolling the fenders tomorrow and waiting on my camber kits to get here....the fronts are sitting on the fenders and the rear has to go down another inch when i get the camber kits
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    Looks pretty legit. :thumbsup:
     
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    From the first picture I was expecting to see a vw.
     
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    offset is a little much for me, but its not bad. rolling the fenders definitely helps you pull it off. maybe im old school, but i just like the look of tucked wheels particularly with a 20-30ish offset so it not soo sunken in as a stock offset wheel, but not sticking out too far.
     
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