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Can anyone think of a good reason (other than if you wanted a saggy rear) NOT to put 17"s rear and 16"s front?

Some quick tooling in photoshop renders that it would look really agressive, and not watter down your low gears with a large front wheel.

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I hope DJPILL dosent mind my using his car for this bit of photoshoppery, but he has the best picture / car in the gallery.

This shows DjPill's R/T with a 16" front wheel, a diference in size of 6%.

praxis.8k.com/wheel.jpg
 

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Looks odd. They haven't really done that since the 70's and it just seems wrong. Put some nice 18 or 19" rims on. :cool:
 

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Uh huh... yeah see here's how it is...

In the Soviet Union, we don't really have a hood. As in, THEE HOOD. So we don't put 19" wheels on cars. However, cehasgr's 18" wheels are the best I've ever seen.

I've been prospecting about those Mille Miglia wheels in 17...
 

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I would have to agree that it looks like butt, especially on a FWD car.
 

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I'm gonna be puttin' 4 19" rims and tires on in the spring. The tires I got will be 1"-2" smaller in overall diameter than the ones that came on the car (low prof), and therefore, better acceleration!!!
 

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Hey Avenger....

I'll take you're R/T rims if you wanna get rid of them cheap..... :D
 
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