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post #1 of 20 Old October 18th, 2007, 04:24 PM Thread Starter
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1" wheel spacers, What do they look like?

does anyone have pics of a 94-98 gt with 1" wheel spacer. I think they would give my ride a good stance but im not sure what they look like. Some pics would be nice and some imput as well. Thanks

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post #2 of 20 Old October 18th, 2007, 06:41 PM
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post #3 of 20 Old October 19th, 2007, 12:04 AM
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lol
yeah ihave some on my car. what do ya want to know about them really?
just search on ebay, thats where i bought mine

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I just want pics of a gt with the wheel spacers on.

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this is a 9 inch wheel with a 1 inch spacer.


I guess thats what your looking for in the pic is how it sets and how wide it is?

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that looks sick!!!!!!!!

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Looks good uj

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i think that looks dumb get some 285s or bigger

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9 inch wheel.

1 inch spacer.


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Thanks, those are the pics im looking for. Ill invest in these after my PI is done.

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i think that looks dumb get some 285s or bigger
you buying my tires now? Why would I buy more when the ones I have arent worn out, Im not shelling out that kinda coin just for the look of a tire right now. I got a notch Im building.

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hey! w@ts the biggest tire that fits oe bullit rims?

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are those close to looking like yours.hmusn

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those are what I used.

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i stated my opinion i wouldnt buy new tires either, but i definatly wouldnt buy wheel spacers and do that

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whats wrong with wheel spacers? they are safe and hubcentric.

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it doesent look right imo.... the tires look like they are too far mounted to the left

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not sure that you can tell that much, but i have 1" spacers as well. stock tires sit a bit too far inside the fender well in my opinion. previous owner put these on and i like how they look


and ujslost, what width tire is that?


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I like the spacers personally

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