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jtevo4gts02 Oct 31, 5:43am - #57050 
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your opion on this rim.

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Blue_Jaggon Oct 31, 6:11am - #57051 

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Axis Se7en right??? thumbsup
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jtevo4gts02 Oct 31, 6:21am - #57052 
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yea those are it man!
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newc0ncept Oct 31, 6:24am - #57053 
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i think they look nice if you lower you car 3" or more. also, they look nice on your wallet if you are willing to dish out more than $1,000 on each rim.
(its called the axis se7en 3 pc.)

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silver Oct 31, 6:31am - #57054 
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Originally Posted by newc0ncept
i think they look nice if you lower you car 3" or more. also, they look nice on your wallet if you are willing to dish out more than $1,000 on each rim.
(its called the axis se7en 3 pc.)


they are Axiz Se7en MODs, and they arent $1000 each.

they look really nice, but i think that you should get your body kit painted before you go out and buy some wheels. i just think it just looks out of place.
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Elec-FuYu Oct 31, 6:33am - #57055 
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jtevo4gts02 Oct 31, 6:38am - #57056 
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yea im gunna get whole diff paint job that's y it's still primered, and plus it's in the shop rite now geting the brs fender flares molded and some other stuff. but that's why i was asking about those rims because i think they would look good w/ those flares.
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silver Oct 31, 6:46am - #57057 
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you need them to be huge, or else they wont fill the fender gap.

shawn (the maroon car) has "19x8 with 1 1/2 spacers a 19x10 in the back and 19x8 -5 offset in the front should fill the fender with no spacers"
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xmangt1 Oct 31, 8:59am - #57058 

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celicaTRDgts Oct 31, 6:52pm - #57059 

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yea do bad the pic isnt of the axis se7en mods...u see how the lip is mirrored...the aixs se7en mod is just a polish silver so wont look as good...those are the 3pc in the pic you have..but still a nice rim i posted about this awhile back i want to get a set! thumbsup

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MptGlw69 Oct 31, 7:45pm - #57060 
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I think they look really good. One of my favorite rims. thumbsup

Those are Axis Se7en Mod. Just regular Axis Se7ens look a little different.


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MptGlw69 Oct 31, 7:47pm - #57061 
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Axis Se7en Mod..
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celicaTRDgts Oct 31, 7:50pm - #57062 

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see the difference with the mirrored lip and polish...makes it a lot cheaper to buy... still looks good tho

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VSGTS14 Oct 31, 8:22pm - #57063 

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SR71 Nov 1, 2:08am - #57064 
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Originally Posted by silver
you need them to be huge, or else they wont fill the fender gap.

shawn (the maroon car) has "19x8 with 1 1/2 spacers a 19x10 in the back and 19x8 -5 offset in the front should fill the fender with no spacers"


Not to change the topic but has anyone confirmed his setup on his wheels I only ask because konig never made his wheels in 10" wide or a -5 off set. My flares are going on right now and Im running a 19x8 with a 38 offset and 2" spacers to get the right look. Also If you look at his pictures the wheels all look like the same size??

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ev3 Nov 1, 3:23am - #57065 

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if i remember right he said it was 19x9s all the way around...but he did mention the thing about -5 offset but his isnt. i'll go look up that thread now.
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ev3 Nov 1, 3:32am - #57066 

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This is wat he posted:

"Actually I have 1 1/2 spacers all around for the 19x8 because I do not have a negative 5 lip. My 19x8 rims have a regular offset so I need the spacers all around to fill the fender flare molding. The negative 5 Big Lip fills the gap.
You could actually order that same size all around to fill the gap, but 19x10 negative 0 in the back offset looks nice."

All i can say is that his car is awesome. i think coz of his car a whole bunch of ppl started looking for the fender flares.

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silver Nov 1, 6:11am - #57067 
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Originally Posted by SR71
Originally Posted by silver
you need them to be huge, or else they wont fill the fender gap.

shawn (the maroon car) has "19x8 with 1 1/2 spacers a 19x10 in the back and 19x8 -5 offset in the front should fill the fender with no spacers"


Not to change the topic but has anyone confirmed his setup on his wheels I only ask because konig never made his wheels in 10" wide or a -5 off set. My flares are going on right now and Im running a 19x8 with a 38 offset and 2" spacers to get the right look. Also If you look at his pictures the wheels all look like the same size??


thats a quote from one of his posts, so those are the wheels that he has.

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SR71 Nov 2, 12:11am - #57068 
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Thankyou

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