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Discussion in 'Wheels / Suspension / Tires / Brakes' started by 92hprelude, Sep 9, 2008.

  1. 92hprelude

    92hprelude New Member

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    what is a great company for some nice black rims mabey with a red lip 6 spoke preff. something besides bbs or kinda like them with um idk what its call they are kinda like 6 spokes but each spoke is split so its kinda like 12 spoke????? idk im new to the import game so if anyone wants to give me advice and help me with telling me good products for a engine build and such it would be much appreciated thanks alot

    oh im puting the rims on a 92 prelude si
     
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    AHHVTEC Well-Known Member VIP

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    whats your budget
     
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    well its gotta be less than 1500 if possible i hope so lol i got some nice rims when i had my 72 z28 for 1200 so i was hopin mabey around that range
     
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    yeah there lost out there for that price hit ebay up just type in prelude rims and tons will pop up
     
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    true thanks man i forgot all about ebay haha
     
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    Look into some rota's. They're not to steep on price and they most of the styles look awesome.
     
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    awesome im gonna look if i find something ill post the link and see if yall can mabey look at them and tell me what yall think of them
     
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    i jsut went to that link u posted and found theses Konig helium rims black with red lip i think they look sick but so do the konig countersteer the black with red lip and the solid gold and the solid black ones look good........ feed back n these rims being put on a red 92 prelude si would be awesome
     
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    out of those two id say the countersteer, but i like the countersteer r better
     
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    awesome thanks alot man big help hey um i jsut bought my car this is my first import my 1st and 3rd were american muscle cars so im really new to this some of my close friends have hondas so all this help is much appericated man
     
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    caboose USDM to the bone

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    Those locking lugnuts that they show on the bottom of that page are shit. The Si that I junked had those on them. You can take them right off with a 17mm 6point. Some security there, lol.
     
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    check out Honda-tech.. plenty of baller rims on there
     
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    ejclide Swapper for life!

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    funny thing about those "locking" lug nuts. I had a girl come into advance ( my employer ) from wal mart where they said they couldn't change her tires because they didn't have the socket to get those wheels off. I grabbed her a 17mm 6 point, took a breaker bar with me to the parking lot, showed her it worked, and she came back 20 minutes later saying walmart said it still wasn't the right socket. So, I guess in this threadjack I'm criticizing two things, the not so locking locking lug nuts, and that the dipshits at the wal mart in circleville OH are in fact dip shits.
     
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    caboose USDM to the bone

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    I hope that the rest of the story was that you took the breaker bar over to walmart and started beating some sense into people. ;)
     
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    haha thats great lol i hate the people at walmart ill never go tehre for anything for my car
     
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    i would go to wheefire.com they have all the name brands for good prices and some of the knock offs are pretty good too
     
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    caboose USDM to the bone

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    Thanks for the neg rep |Chaz|. I was joking.

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