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My New Ccw Wheels


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I saw the wheels Carrera Mike had made up by CCW wheels in Florida. I really liked them so I ordered a set from John. You won't find a more helpful or informative guy when it comes to wheels and tires. He offered to sell me the tires for the Tire Rack price and send me a complete set of wheels and tires...already balanced with center caps ready to just bolt on.

I ended up ordering a set of the T10...which have fewer spokes and let the rotors show through...also a lot easier to keep clean. John put them on a Southwest airplane and had them to me within one day after they were completed. That's service with a smile!!

I stayed with the 18 inch for a number of reasons....and the tires are Michelin Pilot Sports..... sizes are backs: 315/30/18 and fronts: 235/40/18. They look great...and give the car a more aggressive look.

For those who will say that they look too "blingy"....I like them that way....and no, I wouldn't consider going with the black centers.

Hopefully the picture will come thru....I'm not very good at this photo stuff.

chuck

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I saw the wheels Carrera Mike had made up by CCW wheels in Florida. I really liked them so I ordered a set from John. You won't find a more helpful or informative guy when it comes to wheels and tires. He offered to sell me the tires for the Tire Rack price and send me a complete set of wheels and tires...already balanced with center caps ready to just bolt on.

I ended up ordering a set of the T10...which have fewer spokes and let the rotors show through...also a lot easier to keep clean. John put them on a Southwest airplane and had them to me within one day after they were completed. That's service with a smile!!

I stayed with the 18 inch for a number of reasons....and the tires are Michelin Pilot Sports..... sizes are backs: 315/30/18 and fronts: 235/40/18. They look great...and give the car a more aggressive look.

For those who will say that they look too "blingy"....I like them that way....and no, I wouldn't consider going with the black centers.

Hopefully the picture will come thru....I'm not very good at this photo stuff.

chuck

Chuck:

I disagree. You are actually pretty good at this photo stuff. Your car, in the second photo, looks like it's about to take off!!!

Oh, and you are really, really good at turning a disaster into a beautiful positive.

Enjoy your new wheels (both the car and and the rims), and use them in good health!

Regards, Maurice.

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