Post up your "big wheeled" cars...AKA...17's or larger AND ADD YOUR BACKSPACING INFO!!!!!

Discussion in 'Suspension, Steering, Brake & Wheel Topics' started by CarNDrvr, Mar 9, 2009.

  1. 3SLO5

    3SLO5 Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    18's and 17's
     
  2. skatinjay27

    skatinjay27 Veteran Member

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    probabaly around $4500-$5000...
     
  3. 3SLO5

    3SLO5 Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    made em myself just took the stock housing and broke all the amber off the base then painted the inside of the housing chrome then used the clear plastic for flourescent lighting and cut it to fit and used clear silicone to bond it together, the middle medal part of the frame is not recessed into the light but you cant tell.
     
  4. Damon23

    Damon23 Veteran Member

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    I saw your youtube videos. That is the same color as my first camaro I had in high school. Nice ride.
     
  5. protour73

    protour73 Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    Hot Wheels Sixty-Eights...front 17"x8" 4.5" offset, rear 17"x9" 5" offset
    Sumitomo HTR-Z.. 255/40-17" front and Sumitomo HTR-Z.. 275/40-17" rear
    Should have gone wider front and back.......and mini tubbed it:(
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  6. Ls1smlblck

    Ls1smlblck Veteran Member

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    See my sig .. Billet Specialties GX01's
     
  7. Cam72aro

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    17x10 and 17x8 boyd coddington jyd's

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  8. Cam72aro

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    315/35/17
     
  9. Cam72aro

    Cam72aro Member

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    Here is another one of the rear.
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