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    steel wheels of DOOM

    picked these up on the cheap for my 82' maxima sedan, came w/ brand new tires, came off a fellows 95' s15 that got 5 lug swapped...... same 4x 114.3 bolt pattern... plain steel wheels, but it goes good with my grill / headlight housings / side trim, IMO. I do plan on cleaning them up, painting them black, and getting a thin gold pinstripe around the lip....I think it'll look mega cool, and :twisted: MEAN :twisted: hehehehehe..... enjoy!?! :mrgreen:









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    haha i am running these same exact rims on my corolla as temps. They kinda look good imo considering mine are flush.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hotdoghogie
    haha i am running these same exact rims on my corolla as temps. They kinda look good imo considering mine are flush.
    I've thought about getting wheel spacers, for the rear at least lol. all I got to do is paint these, and get a drop, then I'll be done w/ exterior.

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    Cool. You considering droppin' your ride a little in the future?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Capital15
    Cool. You considering droppin' your ride a little in the future?
    see pic # 2 4x4 height FTL

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    Steelies + slam = sex.

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    Best steel wheels out there are the Cressida spares. They are 15x6 with a zero offset. Look sick!!! Those with some chevy trim rings and you got something. Here is what my old set looked like on my TE28 wagon.



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    Quote Originally Posted by PERTANO
    Best steel wheels out there are the Cressida spares.
    x2 :tu: :mrgreen:


    Wish I could find a set... :x

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    Quote Originally Posted by 82maxtx
    Quote Originally Posted by hotdoghogie
    haha i am running these same exact rims on my corolla as temps. They kinda look good imo considering mine are flush.
    I've thought about getting wheel spacers, for the rear at least lol. all I got to do is paint these, and get a drop, then I'll be done w/ exterior.
    yeah mine sit flush cuz the upgraded brakes and rearend... i gotta say they dont look to shabby flush. not as nice as some deep dish wheels though

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    those cressida spares look really nice. i wouldnt mind rocking those.

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