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Old 08-19-2004, 11:38 PM
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Let's see variety in wheels( pic post)

I'm just curious. There are many styles of rims out there and I'm wondering what you guys went with and why. Post pics of your rims and lets see what style you chose.
Here are me pics. I chose my rims because they are sporty and they go well with the profile of the car. They are 17's:


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well i dont have mine but im going with these..

17 inch ssr comp 12.7 lbs
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Heres mine. I went with them cause the price was right $100 bucks with lug nuts from some chick one ebay. Her husband just bought some brand new 22" wheels for her Murano. These only had 150 miles on them when I got these. Plus I got a $50 dollar trade in value on the stock tires for my new 40 series. So I really only paid $50 bucks for the rims + shipping.
http://www.imagestation.com/mypictur...tion=dscf0004r

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I went with a set of 18" Alessio supers. I thought they were a good balance between style and sporty-ness. Also i thought they looked like the mille miglia evo 5's but didn't have to copy anyone.









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I went with the Motegi FF6. they were pretty much exactly the look i wanted, at the right price.

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Got a good deal and i couldnt pass up..
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are those sub-zero's? i wanted some rota grids, but they didnt have any.
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18" ALESSAIO Gunmetal F1's - Stock 2004 18" Lamborghini Murcielago Rims
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18x8" SSR Integral A2s. I think 5-spokes look the best on Maximas, especially 3rd gens. It was either these or a set of MAS Presidents, and these came up for sale first. Good thing too, because they weigh about 10lbs less per wheel than the Presidents.
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17" ADR GT-sport
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17x7 SSR GT1 with 225/50/17 RE92 Potenzas.

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18 inches of pure lovin!! ha 18 inch ADR SZR1 with 245/40/18


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NICE!

I wondered how those would look on a Max. Guess I shoulda went that route. How heavy are those?
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How come the lugs are so tall/long?

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Got a good deal and i couldnt pass up..
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How come the lugs are so tall/long?
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I like to switch up the style of my wheels at least once a year. Last year the SSRs were more the look I was going for. Dark, simple, light...Now with the Axis ones I just love the deep dish.





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And here I thought, I was the only one running GT1s...damn you

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I've got two sets.

First my old Konig Tantrums, 17x8, and they have been custom polished. They are NOT chrome.



Second set are Volk LE37T's, 18x8.5 A really poor pic of the car-but, it gives you the idea.

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19" axis spiders...got them for a price i couldnt refuse $600
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18x8.5 SSRs. Light weight.


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19x8.5" Axis Hiro's in hypersilver

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Originally Posted by Hamy
I like to switch up the style of my wheels at least once a year. Last year the SSRs were more the look I was going for. Dark, simple, light...Now with the Axis ones I just love the deep dish.





whats the finish one those rims, i'm guessing hyperblack and machined????
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19x8.5 front and 19x9.5 rear Axis Supermesh rims! one of the cleanest mesh wheels in my opinion!
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whats the finish one those rims, i'm guessing hyperblack and machined????
My rims are hyperblack to give you an idea. Look a few posts up.
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stevay: wheels look hot. I bet they look good spinning.
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