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Old 01-16-14, 01:33 PM   #46
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Wink Budget and priority

always a question of budget, for my part, i like a good looking car with a great ride, no racing, just ride around town. It sure is a question of priority in life but...i just ordered some DAI AUTOBAHN WD48 for $593.76 +tx, brand new (i work in a Toyota dealership so price is in consideration) and i think they will be just fine and great looking, for my use anyways. AND THEY LOOK JUST REALLY SIMILAR TO THE LINEA CORSO!
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always a question of budget, for my part, i like a good looking car with a great ride, no racing, just ride around town. It sure is a question of priority in life but...i just ordered some DAI AUTOBAHN WD48 for $593.76 +tx, brand new (i work in a Toyota dealership so price is in consideration) and i think they will be just fine and great looking, for my use anyways. AND THEY LOOK JUST REALLY SIMILAR TO THE LINEA CORSO!
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So Sebas,

How did the rims work out for you? Did you get them? I'm kinda interested on how they look, so if you bought them, please post a pic.
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For what it's worth, I have xxr 530's on mine and have no rubbing or issues. Yes they are cheap, but I'm only using these with a set of snow tires anyway so I don't really care. 18x8.75 +35.
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I have TSW Nurburgring which looks like LC818 but without concavity. The TSW Nurburgring is actually quality rotary forged wheel. They should not be put in the category of cheap weak wheels because they are not. I have run them hard on autocross, and daily them on bad roads in southern CA for months now and still hold up strong like day 1. They are also super lightweight ~20 pounds each vs. ~28 pounds each OEM wheel.

I got a very good deal from Need4Speed vendor on here and they mounted tires and installed the wheels for me for free with free lug nuts and all that too.
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