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lpfan
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lpfan Sep 24, 3:28pm - #283519 

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2002 Toyota Celica

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rims, shoes, wheels...whatever you call...question

what size tire do you guys think is best...and also i have a silver gts and i was wondering if you peeps think gun metal colored rims would look good or not?
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booyaolian Sep 24, 3:53pm - #283520 
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what size rims do you have?


GunMetal will look good on Silver. no doubt!
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GT4 Sep 24, 3:56pm - #283521 

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Originally Posted by lpfan
what size tire do you guys think is best...

best for...?
look, auto-X, drag, ...?

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celicajonz Sep 24, 4:22pm - #283522 
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SEVENTEENS YO...

Originally posted by A_Bathing_Ape:
I hit, what else, oh plus dome.
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lpfan
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lpfan Sep 24, 4:34pm - #283523 

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17's huh.
there the stock rims, 16 tires and not that there ugly or anything, the tires seem too small for the car...my friend has a rsx and the first thing he did was to switch to 18 inch tires but he though the stock tires f-up the handling. he swears it makes all the difference.
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shawnstam Sep 24, 4:46pm - #283524 
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dude i have 95 inch rims on my celica and i dropped it 10 inches so the whole bottom of the car drags and makes sparks. Its hard as hell on everthing but it looks nice besides my friends just love it. If you my car gets all screwed up from it I will just get another one.
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Simple Sep 24, 4:57pm - #283525 

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^^ thanks for sharing wtf

i would say 17's because that is the compromise between ride quality (which 18's don't have), and Performance (which 16's have)

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My Sixth Gear Sep 24, 5:52pm - #283526 
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15s for drag

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JBing Sep 24, 6:35pm - #283527 

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Originally Posted by shawnstam
dude i have 95 inch rims on my celica and i dropped it 10 inches so the whole bottom of the car drags and makes sparks. Its hard as hell on everthing but it looks nice besides my friends just love it. If you my car gets all screwed up from it I will just get another one.


Please... Be smart, dont be a retart thumbsdown

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JBing Sep 24, 6:38pm - #283528 

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as for the size 18" rims w. a 215-35-18 tire is the same as a stock rim. 18 w. a 225-40-18 is justa tad bigger but not by much thumbsup

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narcolepsy123456 Sep 24, 7:47pm - #283529 

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yep, i've got 18s with a 225/40/18 on my forged ro_ja's, i wanted the 40 profile for a little bit better protection on my wheels over the 35. thumbsup
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