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    18" centerlines for a 4wd

    any of you 4X4 members lookin for some 18's? check out these centerlines for 159 a wheel!

    http://www.centerlinewheels.com/whee...vehicle&data=2
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    looks good, mayeb i get me some of them :)
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    they do look nice.

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    636$ aint bad for a whole set of 18's....im gunna buy em!......when i get money


    what year are them for...er does it matter?
    Last edited by blazzerman101; 10-04-2003 at 05:46 PM.

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    Will they tuck?
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    5 inch back spacing, i wonder if they would tuck on a bagged 4x4

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    Those are nice lookin wheels, especially for the price, anybody know for sure if they will tuck or atleast fit the same as stock 4x4 wheels?

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    they will not tuck i called the company, they were a misorder they only have 5 rims... +25 mm offset not quite enough, sucks though cause that wouldnt have been a fat deal, but from what i got from talking with them, they want to get ride of them so make a deal for that 5th rim, peace

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    Doesnt look like this supernova's Avatar
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    those ones called rebel will fit (they are 3rd gen camaro offset)

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    I dont get it.....so we cant buy these wheels????
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    Originally posted by blux
    I dont get it.....so we cant buy these wheels????
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    yea they dont look bad, I'd buy them and I have 600 dollars!
    but we can't?

    why tease ME!

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    this has nothing to do with these centerlines but Will a 38mm offset tuck under a 1st gen 4x4 ?
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    yes, where did you find some

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    saw a set on ebay ....black vette wheeles
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    i dont know though, cause the width might be crazy

    i ll write more on my set up later on what is working for me right now

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