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Old 12-11-2006, 10:17 PM   #1
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i had a set of universal 15in rims on my car for DR's the offset was completly wrong and the stuck out around 1.5-2.0in from my fender. the other day i put them on because i was bored and notice that they were butterfling out and and looked like they were plowing. i took them off and put my others back on after that.
my question is could that have keeped me from getting a better ET? anyways i am gettin some 255 for the stockers so we will see.
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i only went to the trac once with these rims
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Throw some MT drs on the stock rims and that should do it. I'd steer clear of old rims Good luck man from your sig it sounds like your car should run pretty good.
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thats what i am planning on doing in the nest month. i had 275/50r15 Mt on the old rims. i sold them to a buddy with a stang
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