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SilverGT604
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SilverGT604 Apr 12, 1:09am - #440252 
2001 Silver Toyota Celica GT
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2001 Toyota Celica GT

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Vancouver
Dont know what to do...

I'm really confused rite now, I have a 2001 GT and I'm planning on getting 17" Enkei RF1 w/ Falken 512 (225/45/17). I dont plan on lowering my car anytime in the future because therez just too many hills where I live and it'll just be a drag. Do you guyz think those rims will look okay on my car if it wasn't lowered? I have a TRD bumper and WW side skirts on now as well. And does any1 here have a pic of what this setup might look like? thx for all ur help guyz
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9StreetGhost0
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9StreetGhost0 Apr 12, 1:19am - #440253 

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1991 Toyota Celica

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Minnesota
oh yeah it will have a little space but not that much its better to be safe then sorry. dont replace the shocks unless you want to, it will always look better with rims but with no space it looks a little cleaner i suggest you just dont lower it for now until you get them kuz it might look better otherwise.

should look good thumbsup
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GTaintsobad
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GTaintsobad Apr 12, 6:24am - #440254 

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2000 Toyota Celica GT

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Saskatoon, Sask
i got 17"s and it looks dumb - you need to lower it - I got H&R springs, its about a 1.5 inch drop, and I haven't hit a thing ever, and we had a LOT of snow this year.
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