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post #1 of 28 (permalink) Old 10-17-2003, 12:25 PM Thread Starter
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300M wheels on my ride?

Question for you's people:

I recently scored some 17inch chrome 300M wheels off eBay.
[They are off a 2000 300M]

I gots a 2000 Concorde w/16inch alloys [4 sale w/6 EagleGAs].

I've seen my 16inchers on 'rental' 300Ms; I ASSume I won't have any issues w/the 17's on my canoe?

Thoughts?
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nope. they should fit like a glove.
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put a set of 17" 300M whlz on my '99 Concorde - no problemo
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Nicey-Nice.

Sweet gauges Concordia ...where is that parts list you were talk'in bout?

Thanks Guys!
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Nicey-Nice.

Sweet gauges Concordia ...where is that parts list you were talk'in bout?

Thanks Guys!
Thanks... I got the 300M cluster by using this search engine:



car par . com

search under Instrument Cluster AND Speedometer

it's best to get one from the same model year -- more likely to be compatible.
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Re: 300M wheels on my ride?

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Question for you's people:

I recently scored some 17inch chrome 300M wheels off eBay.
[They are off a 2000 300M]

I gots a 2000 Concorde w/16inch alloys [4 sale w/6 EagleGAs].

I've seen my 16inchers on 'rental' 300Ms; I ASSume I won't have any issues w/the 17's on my canoe?

Thoughts?
how much did you pay if you dont care? with tires? were they the 10 spoke chromes? im think of doing this as well
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They need a polish really bad
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...just you wait till I get done with them.

You's people need to buy my 16in alloys.
I'll snap off the Chrysler emblems for you Treppers.
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Did you get the tires with them?? Looks like the auction was just for the rims... Great price if they polish up nice!

I just mounted 245/45-17's on my 300M wheels last night.....LOVE the look! Very nice classy, sporty look. Those will look great on your Corde.
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Wheels, Rubbers, & Nuts!

That was Gay [In a Santa Claus type of way]

Road trip this weekend to get them. Will polish & picture.
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You should keep your stock alloys, and put them on in the winter. Read this thread and you'll see why.

Read me for the love of chrome!!
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i might buy the 16's we shall see
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I might very well be holding on to the alloys; bidding is only up to
a stanky $11. [Stop laughing]

OT: I tossed some ROH Reflex 16x7 wheels on my Wife's 91 MaximaSE just before it got into a fight with a Grand Cherokee.
GC drove away, car went to Maxima heaven. I yanked 3 good wheels/tires. Who has a Green 2nd Gen Trep w/Reflexs??
Possible fitment?? Possible for sale w/near new Sumitomo 225.55.16s? Offers pls.
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BTW -

The Wife turned out ok. Just a little shaken-up.
She's now sitting in a 98 AWD Explorer w/a 12MPG 5.0L
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