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Here is some advise, Nathan-Dumb-Ass,

 

Do a fucking intro, like our fucking rules require.

Do it to the fucking intro rules.

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All will be forgiven......

Unless you fuck it up. :mad:

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^^^any reason for 275? i had 295s though,if it makes any difference

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just now seeing this qoute what wheel size and back spacing where those wheels. Looks.clean....

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i'm still honky fitment

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225/45 17x9 +22 (8mm spacer) Front, 235/40 17x9 +22 Rear

 

i hate stagger tire set up. car feels retarded and bouncy in front. not to mention it raises the front end (they were free though so can't complain). replacing fronts with 235 soon

 

Do you have to run those 8mm spacers in the Front w/ those 17x9 +22's?

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MxPwns - no i technically don't need them, but the brake kit that's on there is an early driftmotion Z32 rotor/caliper. don't remember exactly why the spacer was needed but it's a hubcentric spacer that centers the nissan rotor on the hub. so to take the spacer off and keep the hubcentric ring, i need to machine the spacer off or just get a new set of rings instead.

i think i had 5Zigen FN01R's then (17x8 +35 w/ 225/45/17 front) and it was close to hitting the caliper or the coilover or something.

 

i left them on since it allows me to run retarded high-offset wheels for shits and giggles (yes Z32/280mm caliper can fit in select 15" wheels)

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MxPwns - no i technically don't need them, but the brake kit that's on there is an early driftmotion Z32 rotor/caliper. don't remember exactly why the spacer was needed but it's a hubcentric spacer that centers the nissan rotor on the hub. so to take the spacer off and keep the hubcentric ring, i need to machine the spacer off or just get a new set of rings instead.

 

i think i had 5Zigen FN01R's then (17x8 +35 w/ 225/45/17 front) and it was close to hitting the caliper or the coilover or something.

 

i left them on since it allows me to run retarded high-offset wheels for shits and giggles (yes Z32/280mm caliper can fit in select 15" wheels)

Awesome thanks! I'm definitely going to need to upgrade my brakes soon as I think the previous owner did poop for nothing on this car (old people). I'll probably be hitting up Aaron soon for some brakes.

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My New Look

 

Wheels: Rays Volk TE37

Fronts: 17x8.5 +30

Rears: 17x8.5 +30

Tyres: 235/45/17 Front And Rear

 

Modifications to fit: Front gaurds were rolled, rear gaurds rolled and pumped approx 10-15mm. Running full bc coilovers front camber tops maxed and currently sitting at -3 degrees. Rears on standard arms sitting at just over -1 degree

 

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that is so hot^

Can anybody tell me if i will run into any problems with 16x8.5 +14 (rear)
16x8 +18 (front)
would much appreciate any help that can be given!

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Hey Jack,

Stop being a jack-off, if it's at all possible.

Do a fucking intro, do it right, before you post any where else here.

Go ask your mother where you left your brain, since it seems like you are opperatig with a completely hollow skull today.

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River Side MAEs

18x9.5 +29 225/35

18x10.5 +11 225/40

 

Fronts fit prefect car needs to be lowered a little. But the rear is going to need some work

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Lolfitment wheels :( I need to find something real, all though these look not homo for the time being..

 

Fronts: 18x8 +35 G35 coupe wheels, 25mm bolt on spacer. Full neg camber on BC coils (not a lot, -4?), no where near full low. Actually raised front because my exhaust is rhetard and gets stuck on god damn everything. It's so fucked now. Tires 215/35/18 Nitto neogen.

 

Rear: some random JDM Enkei wheels that I have yet to be able to identify, cant find pics ANYWHERE of them. 18x8 +35 w/25mm spacer, same as front. Stock neg camber from lowering, BC coils with maybe .5" left to go before full low. Tires hankook something or other 215/35/18.


Second pic has GS400 wheels (17x8 +50 lols) and some 215/40/17

Sorry for shit cell phone pics.

 

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I'm pretty certin that the Grenade's look good on just about any car. I'm diggin the fitment on Zombie's ride. No poke, no massive camber. Slight pull? Or just a roll on the lips?

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16x10 super low disk.Done and done.Fuck I wish I had an extra 3 grand.

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And since it's fitment thread.Old pic of the beast before i changed the rear dog leg where the quarter panel meets up with the side skirt,debaged the grill,shave all the bumper moldings and painted it black.

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17x10.5 +20 235/45 tyres. Fronts have 1 inch spacers. No spacers on the rear. Shit quality photos but you'll deal with it bitches.
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15x10 -64 no spacer. 185/65 master tire stretcher motherfucker.

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I will take some better photos later, just got access to a good camera. Plus the car is almost done and it's getting big ass custom fender flares.

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