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Spring is in the Air!


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Spring is almost here....Put some new 19" on the BOX, and washed her up....its still a bit chilly, but warmer days are near! :D

Wheels look Great! could you tell us what the width is on those 19's and did you need spacers? How does the ride quality feel?

Great choice, they really look great.

Bill

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Spring is almost here....Put some new 19" on the BOX, and washed her up....its still a bit chilly, but warmer days are near! :D

Wheels look Great! could you tell us what the width is on those 19's and did you need spacers? How does the ride quality feel?

Great choice, they really look great.

Bill

Not yet here in Poland, as it was -4c last night. +4c now at 1340.

I will keep the hardtop on for a bit longer, and the winter tyres.

Looking forwood to +35c in the summer.

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Wheels are 9.5 in the rear and 8.5 in the front no spacers needed......the ride quality is almost exactly the same as my 18 carerra's..I seriously can not tell a difference. And I was worried about a reduction in acceleration, but can not dectect any change from when i had the 18's on there.

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are they stock or replicas?

where did you get them?

they look really nice!

aloha

steve

Wheels are 9.5 in the rear and 8.5 in the front no spacers needed......the ride quality is almost exactly the same as my 18 carerra's..I seriously can not tell a difference. And I was worried about a reduction in acceleration, but can not dectect any change from when i had the 18's on there.
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are they stock or replicas?

where did you get them?

they look really nice!

aloha

steve

Wheels are 9.5 in the rear and 8.5 in the front no spacers needed......the ride quality is almost exactly the same as my 18 carerra's..I seriously can not tell a difference. And I was worried about a reduction in acceleration, but can not dectect any change from when i had the 18's on there.

Mine are replicas....www.eurowheels.com

I was a little hesitant about going with an aftermarket replica wheel....but the quality is really good, finish is great...and ive had no problems with them yet.

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