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silvergts
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silvergts Feb 28, 7:30am - #113959 
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17's wit a 2 inch drop

hey i got a 00 silver gts and im doing the 2 inch eibach drop and am lookin to get 17" hyperblack rims for it, i was just wondering if you guys think that 17s would look maybe to small??? or if it would look good, also i wanderin if ne one has a pic with 17s and a 2 inch drop.. thanks
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MptGlw69
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MptGlw69 Feb 28, 7:33am - #113960 
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I think 17's will look too small on a Celica. 18's look the best on a Celi. with a 2 inch drop.
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NorwayGT Feb 28, 7:41am - #113961 

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i like 16's with 50 profile thumbsup

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slidr
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slidr Feb 28, 7:49am - #113962 

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Originally Posted by NorwayGT
i like 16's with 50 profile thumbsup
That's stock for a GTS. Gets old after a while IMO.

I'm getting some 18's with a 2 inch drop. I think 17 would be just a little too small for my liking.

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DaBigTickett
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DaBigTickett Feb 28, 9:11am - #113963 

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Originally Posted by silvergts
hey i got a 00 silver gts and im doing the 2 inch eibach drop and am lookin to get 17" hyperblack rims for it, i was just wondering if you guys think that 17s would look maybe to small??? or if it would look good, also i wanderin if ne one has a pic with 17s and a 2 inch drop.. thanks


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Look at the celi of the three with the rims, that is john's. he has a 2 inch drop with 17's, in my opinion, thats too low of a drop, especially if you plannin on gettin a lip kit or a body kit.
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gtscelica05
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gtscelica05 Feb 28, 12:07pm - #113964 
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go for 18s

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Spencer
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Spencer Feb 28, 2:45pm - #113965 

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Originally Posted by slidr
Originally Posted by NorwayGT
i like 16's with 50 profile thumbsup
That's stock for a GTS. Gets old after a while IMO.

I'm getting some 18's with a 2 inch drop. I think 17 would be just a little too small for my liking.


yea i got 18's with 35 profile...i love it and so does everyone else...little bumpy at times but overall nice

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CeLlYgT04
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CeLlYgT04 Feb 28, 7:13pm - #113966 

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Originally Posted by gtscelica05
go for 18s
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Pink_Panther Feb 28, 10:15pm - #113967 

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my car looks slamed in r/l 17" are fine i get many complimants you can buy my rims them in for sale section thumbsuphttps://www.celicahobby.com/ubbthreads/showflat.php?Cat=&Board=UBB4&Number=1869832769&fpart=&PHPSESSID=
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