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Which wheels

  • first set

    Votes: 6 37.5%
  • second set

    Votes: 1 6.3%
  • third set

    Votes: 8 50.0%
  • fourth set

    Votes: 1 6.3%
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Fat white guy
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Discussion Starter · #1 ·
I was thinking about going with the new deep dish C5's or the deep dish C6 Z06's but there are alot of people getting them and I know if I got them, I just want something else later. I sold the black c5 motorsports and still have the stockers but they don't like the 4.11s and I really hate the way they look. I would love to have a set of CCW or something in that class but don't feel like spending that much on wheels, for a beat up trans am.

I have narrowed my search down to a few that are all under $1,000 for a set of 18's. They are not that wide but I can still run a 285-295 tire in the rear and they all have a 2.75" lip on the rear and a 1" lip on the fronts (I think)

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third set


fourth set


Let me know what you think and if there is anybody that can photochop them on to a blue trans am.

I already have a set of greg welds and bogarts for a drag set-up.
 

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Whippled Charged...
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I voted for the 3rd set. If it were me id be rockin these.
 

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Fat white guy
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Discussion Starter · #3 ·
Actually just picked up a set of TT2's for pretty cheap and they already come with tires. Prolly sell them before long and go with one of the above when I decide I want to throw more money at the appearance. For the price though, i couldn't go wrong with 17x9 and 17x11 tt2's
 

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LSX EVERYTHING
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I vote sell the ones you got first lol.

jk I say 2nd set just like the twin 5 spoke look.
 

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Ah kitty kitty
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Pic # 1
 

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Titan Killer/ Creeper
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Go with the first choice, I had the Ruff Racing wheels on my vett, black center, polished lip. They looked sick but were really deep, fronts were 2" lip, rears were 4". If I would have bought another set it would be the thin spoke y2k wheels

Ruff racing 280's 18x9's

Rears

Fronts
 
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