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They are not really lowriders though, they are at stock height. All these got are 20's.

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yes I will agree, 20s are not the nicest things Ive seen. I like the size though, I once saw some 22's that looked awsome, would love to throw some of those on, :D
 

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The only vehicles that should have rims over 18" are trucks and SUV's!
 

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Bakerboys Wheels are not bad, they are nice compared to alot of what Ive seen, I find the problem with 20s is that they do not look sporty, they are Pimpin. thats why I do not like 20's cause they are not sporty enough for my liking.
 

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Originally posted by Viprman:
The only vehicles that should have rims over 18" are trucks and SUV's!
I agree, i think 18" is a good cut off mark for cars to still look nice and not over-done. I love the 20"s on the new Rams, but i dont think 20"s look right on a car.
 

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I disagree, I think 20's make a car very unique, I love the look of the rims reflecting off the sun as they roll. It all depends on the angle your shooting for in the style of your car, personally, when I eventually raise up the money, I will be getting a nice set of rims, unsure of size or style yet, but I'm saving... ;)
 

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they are calling those ES models Euro Showroom :confused:

oook.
 

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I like having 20" rims no doubt, but I think it all depends on the style of the rim and the type of vehicle your putting them on. You can either go with a sporty look or you can go for that classy look.

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I like 20 inch wire wheels on the total luxury cruisers, but I agree the sporty-cars look better with a more "realistic" looking size.
 

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i have always wondered and would have to imagine they would be a rough ride? big rim little rubber...
 

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Actually the ride is not that bad, I do feel almost every bump, but the ride is pretty smooth. Don't forget that my tires are 35 series (rubber bands) so maybe if I had like a 45 series it would be totally smooth


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