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GQ540
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GQ540 Sep 16, 4:18pm - #276601 

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deep dish rims

I am entertaining the idea of changing out my current rims in favor of deep dish rims. Have some questions grin

1) are deep dish rims typically put on cars that have fender flares / widebody? I do not have these. I do have VS FFGT, and am wondering if going deep dish would enhance the look. (check my profile)

2) where is a good place I can get deep dish rims (yes, i've tried google already), and what price range can I expect?

3) what is a recommended tire size and offset for 18's for deep dish?

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Sultan
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Sultan Sep 16, 4:19pm - #276602 

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I've only seen them on wide bodies with flares...
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QuickChick03gt Sep 16, 4:27pm - #276603 
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^^^same here. But i think they will look good.

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csheriff Sep 16, 4:51pm - #276604 
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i bet ya they'd look good on most anything, just the best on widebodies.

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mastro543 Sep 16, 4:57pm - #276605 

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Get the basic 8.5 in the front and
9.5 in the back. They will run anywhere
from 4000-15000 depending on the rim and
tire dimesnion and brand.

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cooltoy2000
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cooltoy2000 Sep 16, 5:47pm - #276606 

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It can be done without flares. Based on these pics anyway.
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cooltoy2000 Sep 16, 5:48pm - #276607 

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cooltoy2000 Sep 16, 5:49pm - #276608 

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celicat23 Sep 16, 6:02pm - #276609 

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If you check out

www.german-wheels.com

and try their FITMENT GUIDE. Enter toyota celica, and choose the "VN LINE 3 TLG" rim (3 piece rim). They're
selling, for the front 9x18", and rear 9,5x18".
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Satoshi Sep 23, 7:14am - #276610 
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fender flares + deep rims

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DVSEzekiel316 Sep 23, 7:51am - #276611 
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I would think that you would have to pull the fender if you wont use fender flares...
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JBing Sep 23, 8:17am - #276612 

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^^^ wtf

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