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Old 02-25-2014, 07:18 PM   #85
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love the rims man gota say they look awesome. i want to get a set of these too are yours the semi concave? i wana get the deep or even the extreme deep but i dont think they make them in 18 with the 8.5/9.5 setup like i want lol
Yeah my rears have a decent amount of concave ... Check the pics in the beginning. The concave all depends on the offset. Unless you have the rocket bunny kit or a wide body kit then the deep concave will come into play. Check their website for the offsets to use for the deep concave. +38 that i have on the rears have a nice concave to it but they also poke so hence if i were to have a +30 offset i would have a nice concave face butt they will also poke alot more and look real dumb without the wide body kit
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Old 04-07-2014, 05:36 PM   #86
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So do you think this would look good with a rocket bunny kit? I'm liking these wheels
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Old 04-08-2014, 05:17 PM   #87
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So do you think this would look good with a rocket bunny kit? I'm liking these wheels


There are SOOO many people running these with the rocket bunny and it looks COMPLETE SEX ! just make sure you get the right offset to match up with the extended fenders... and def go wider like 10 or 11 inch in the rear.
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Old 04-09-2014, 05:35 PM   #88
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I ordered from ModBargains as well
Did you ever get the wheels?

Edit - never mind, checked your build thread. Looks nice!
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Old 04-09-2014, 05:51 PM   #89
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Did you ever get the wheels?

Edit - never mind, checked your build thread. Looks nice!
Thanks man and yup finally got them...they get super dirty though and are hard to clean after track days I need to get around to cleaning them one of these days
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Mine are textured gunmetal and don't show much dirtiness, but the textured finish is a bit hard to clean with a rag/ONR.
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Old 08-01-2014, 08:14 PM   #91
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I like the way you got the wheels to fit with the stock suspension. Good job, man. How has the handling been for you? I know it's been a while for you, but how does it compare with the stock setup?
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selling these wheels text me if interested 3472369971 ... location queens NY powdercoated them Alien Grey looks FRESH !! PICKUP ONLY $1890
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I've been looking at these wheels, but I want to see the difference between "Semi Concave," "Deep Concave" and "Super Deep Concave." On Mod Bargains they have those options.
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I've been looking at these wheels, but I want to see the difference between "Semi Concave," "Deep Concave" and "Super Deep Concave." On Mod Bargains they have those options.
Here's a good photo, but the super deep concave will only be applicable to widebody cars (mostly you'll see Rocket Bunny cars use it like this one):



Here's what you're looking for though:
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Here's a good photo, but the super deep concave will only be applicable to widebody cars (mostly you'll see Rocket Bunny cars use it like this one):



Here's what you're looking for though:
Super deep looks good. Unfortunately, it looks like I will be limited to only Deep Concave. Thanks
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Some beautiful cars in here.

I bet someone could run 19 in the rear and an 18 up front.
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