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cudaz101
07-12-2005, 09:23 AM
Any interest in this??? If I can get 10 interested the prices would be really good for a Coddington Wheel. They would be custom drilled and offset to the MN12...These have the hidden valve behind the spokes...Makes for a CLEAN look.


All styles available:

JunkYard Dog
http://cudaz101.zoto.com/img/24/6af74363939a3e5f3cabb8e98464b546-.jpg (http://cudaz101.zoto.com/user/image_detail/IMG.3.6af74363939a3e5f3cabb8e98464b546-_CAT.9/average_rating-desc/0-30)

Magnito
http://cudaz101.zoto.com/img/24/1eeffa44e731b3971c764aff12d61968-.jpg (http://cudaz101.zoto.com/user/image_detail/IMG.1.1eeffa44e731b3971c764aff12d61968-_CAT.9/average_rating-desc/0-30)

Smoothie II
http://cudaz101.zoto.com/img/24/8d90983c21be412669db6685d9e22ef3-.jpg (http://cudaz101.zoto.com/user/image_detail/IMG.2.8d90983c21be412669db6685d9e22ef3-_CAT.9/average_rating-desc/0-30)


17X8 $280 shipped anywhere in the lower 48
17X10 $290 shipped " "

18X8 $349ea
18X9 $359ea
18X10 $369ea

We are at the point of taking orders...The fitment process is done. A 10" wide rear wheel is no problem. Have a look at the pics...The lip/dish on that wheel is a good example for the 9" wide wheels as well. I can even message the 8" wheel to where it has some lip if need be.

Wheel Photos (http://cudaz101.zoto.com/user/cat_summary/CAT.9)

http://cudaz101.zoto.com/img/24/7b3f1a16c230d6a47daa14205149cf15-.jpg (http://cudaz101.zoto.com/user/image_detail/IMG.1.7b3f1a16c230d6a47daa14205149cf15-_CAT.0/date_uploaded-desc/0-30)

http://cudaz101.zoto.com/img/24/d096db5cc1450dc2dbedd6ff385186dc-.jpg (http://cudaz101.zoto.com/user/image_detail/IMG.2.d096db5cc1450dc2dbedd6ff385186dc-_CAT.0/date_uploaded-desc/0-30)

http://cudaz101.zoto.com/img/24/85c332298d98358e893b03ab957312c6-.jpg (http://cudaz101.zoto.com/user/image_detail/IMG.3.85c332298d98358e893b03ab957312c6-_CAT.0/date_uploaded-desc/0-30)

http://cudaz101.zoto.com/img/24/f9f5c7bfebcf0df4c29188708ba574b7-.jpg (http://cudaz101.zoto.com/user/image_detail/IMG.4.f9f5c7bfebcf0df4c29188708ba574b7-_CAT.0/date_uploaded-desc/0-30)

http://cudaz101.zoto.com/img/24/64e5a2604fea9d58496d9343855b3c59-.jpg (http://cudaz101.zoto.com/user/image_detail/IMG.5.64e5a2604fea9d58496d9343855b3c59-_CAT.0/date_uploaded-desc/0-30)

http://cudaz101.zoto.com/img/24/d9503926fcfc4d50f79e8fdaa35813f4-.jpg (http://cudaz101.zoto.com/user/image_detail/IMG.6.d9503926fcfc4d50f79e8fdaa35813f4-_CAT.0/date_uploaded-desc/0-30)

http://cudaz101.zoto.com/img/24/20df37552b7cc5fa62d3a995412bcd8e-.jpg (http://cudaz101.zoto.com/user/image_detail/IMG.7.20df37552b7cc5fa62d3a995412bcd8e-_CAT.0/date_uploaded-desc/0-30)



Thanks


Brad

Toms-SC
07-12-2005, 04:27 PM
Would it be possible to get a better picture? :p

Thomas A
07-12-2005, 11:35 PM
Any idea on weight? I'd like to replace my HEAVY Cobra R's

Thomas

cudaz101
07-12-2005, 11:41 PM
Any idea on weight? I'd like to replace my HEAVY Cobra R's

Thomas

I should have got that number Thomas...Gimme til tomorrow...heh

They should be on the light side.


Brad

kwikcoupe
07-13-2005, 03:08 AM
those look polished, are they sealed? is it possible to get a 18 or 19? Probably 18

cudaz101
07-13-2005, 03:26 AM
those look polished, are they sealed? is it possible to get a 18 or 19? Probably 18


Yes it is possible to get the 18's...

No they are not sealed...They are a 2 piece wheel with a cast center. Pretty easy to take care of.


Brad

plev72
07-13-2005, 11:52 AM
What sizes would you put on a x8 as opposed to a x10?

Thanks,
Paul

joshbea6
07-13-2005, 02:10 PM
is that the only Boyd wheel being offered, or can we get in with another style of Boyd wheel?

Blue89SC
07-13-2005, 03:19 PM
i would love to be able to get another style of boyd wheel ... ie http://www.billetwheel.com/cgi/wheels.cgi?cmd=show_image&path=Bitchin_Series&img=0&tn=1

or http://www.billetwheel.com/cgi/wheels.cgi?cmd=show_image&path=Forged_2-Piece_Series&img=11&tn=1
the f 22s are my fav wheel... lets get these on a GP

cudaz101
07-14-2005, 01:29 AM
What sizes would you put on a x8 as opposed to a x10?

Thanks,
Paul


Paul,
I would say a 245/255-50-17 or a 255-45-17 will work fine on an 8" wheel. Assuming you were inquiring tire sizes..


Brad

cudaz101
07-14-2005, 01:31 AM
is that the only Boyd wheel being offered, or can we get in with another style of Boyd wheel?


I will have to check on that. I doubt I am limited to just this wheel. But the nature of the centers and the max posative offset if what limits our choices. If it can be built to work then I would assume that we could do other styles in the 2-piece cast center wheels.


Brad

tbirdsc357
07-14-2005, 10:10 AM
Brad, definetely interested....but not that wheel. Let us know what other choices could be avaiable.

cudaz101
07-14-2005, 06:33 PM
Other choices are as follows and I will add this to the top page as well...

JunkYard Dog
Magnito
Timeless "I love this one"
Smoothie I
Smoothie II

Turnaround is 5-weeks as per Coddington Wheel division.

Weight is on the heavy side @ 17" = 26lbs & 18" = 28lbs...I thought the outers since they are not casts would make them lighter...Guess not...heh


Brad

Thomas A
07-15-2005, 11:05 PM
Hey Brad, can you remind me what an ADR 17" and 18" wiegh for comparision? I'm pretty sure my Dante Design Cobra R's in a 17"x9" are about 36lbs a wheel! :eek:

Thomas

cudaz101
07-16-2005, 03:39 AM
Hey Brad, can you remind me what an ADR 17" and 18" wiegh for comparision? I'm pretty sure my Dante Design Cobra R's in a 17"x9" are about 36lbs a wheel! :eek:

Thomas

Thomas,
The 18X8 Kasai is a mear 21lbs...Mega light for any cast wheel. It is kind of a freak since other I have weighed that I thought would be comparable are not even close...

I have never had a 17" ADR on the scale so I really don't know what they weight...Along the lines of ultra-lite I would say...Easily in the teens anyways..


Brad

BT Motorsports
07-16-2005, 05:34 AM
A word of caution to those who like to drive at high rates of speed (say over 100MPH), Boyd does not test any of his wheel designs. I have heard a few stories (and met one person) of his wheels coming apart at speeds over 120MPH and do not doubt their validity after seeing some of the welds. These seemed to be the lighter of the wheels BC offers. For regular driving though, I wouldn't be as concerned. They certainly are pretty though. :p

Paul

cudaz101
07-16-2005, 04:08 PM
A word of caution to those who like to drive at high rates of speed (say over 100MPH), Boyd does not test any of his wheel designs. I have heard a few stories (and met one person) of his wheels coming apart at speeds over 120MPH and do not doubt their validity after seeing some of the welds. These seemed to be the lighter of the wheels BC offers. For regular driving though, I wouldn't be as concerned. They certainly are pretty though. :p

Paul


Paul....Thanks for that tidbit. It never even crossed my mind to research any problems that maybe previlant with Boyd Coddington wheels. So I did several searchs on Google, dogpile, yahoo etc....Just to see if there were any complaints. All I was able to find was one guy complaining that he did not like the way the lugnuts looked on the wheels.

I also took the liberty to read several other threads in regards to these wheels that were all of posative influence on LS1.com...Oh but those cars are kinda slow and prolly never get to speeds of 100mph... :p

So my word of caution to others "You as well Paul" is not to believe everything you maybe hear or read...AND even if this were true with this ONE individual that you supposedly spoke to personally...Guess what...**** happens and one incodent is not considered a trend or CAUTION as you put it...

BTW....I would be interested in knowing how it is you are aware of the proper way to weld up a cast center in a aluminum barrel?? And exactly what it is that makes your opinion such an authority on the subject??? Since the cast centers are rolled/pressed into the barrell and then welded. The position strength does not come from the weld alone, it also comes from the roll/press process. But I'm sure you knew all that. :p


So I guess I won't be adding Paul to the list... :p

On with the GP Folks...


Brad

BT Motorsports
07-17-2005, 08:44 PM
Brad, I believe you misunderstood the intent of my post. Perhaps it is my fault for not providing more details in my post. When I started shopping for wheels back in Oct. one of the places I contacted about a custom all billet wheel was B.C. My primary interest was safety and cost since I intend on using them for very high rates of speed. The first thing I was told is that they do not do any testing on their wheels either before or after selling them to the public, but then again, you already knew that or did you?
The next thing I was told is that for my intended purpose, they would not be comfortable making me a custom wheel for my needs unless I wanted to absorb the cost of testing to the tune of over $2k . In my case, I wanted a full billet wheel since strength is my primary concern with price coming in second.
I never and don't alledge to be an expert on the design you are offering but I do know what a porous weld looks like and there was no doubt the weld failed. That is the reason why I inquired about an all billet wheel (I want the strongest design I can get for the highest level of safety given the conditions) and shared my tidbits of information as you stated. So the point here is I am not knocking Boyd Coddington wheels, not knocking Boyd himself and certainly am not knocking you for offering the get these wheels, I simply feel people should be evaluating that for the price they are paying from a company with such a high reputation, they should consider the intended use.


[B]Guess what...**** happens and one incodent is not considered a trend or CAUTION as you put it...
I am sorry to see that a wheel failure is not cause for caution in your opinion, I thought you would be a bit more interested in the safety of your customers given how likely an accident or injury is from such a failure. I sure am glad NASA didn't have that kind of attitude last Weds. I suppose the caution signs indicating a wet floor in public places are a waste of time as well:rolleyes: :rolleyes:

So with that said, you have my apology if you feel I was interfering with your sale of this product, that was and is not my intent........ as you put it:
on with the GP

Paul

pablon2
07-17-2005, 09:05 PM
Paul,

Having purchased a set of rims/wheels from Brad, I feel deserving of providing input. You may say that your intent is not to knock BC rims. This may be true or may not. It really doesn't matter. What matters is that your comments place doubt in the buyers' mind, needlessly. Without having supporting documentation your comments can do more harm than good. Imagine that BC rims are sold by Tires Plus and someone is standing outside their store holding a sign saying, "I know a guy who had BC rims fall apart on him, caution to those who buy these rims." Kinda silly I know, but it illustrates my point. Good to know, but is it necessary? Tires Plus might not like it all that much either. Perhaps it would have been more appropriate to post in the technical or performance sections, focusing on the reliability and limitations of non-billet rims SUCH AS Boyd Coddington et. al..

cudaz101
07-17-2005, 09:30 PM
Brad, I believe you misunderstood the intent of my post.

Meh...I don't think I misunderstood anything... :)



I am sorry to see that a wheel failure is not cause for caution in your opinion, I thought you would be a bit more interested in the safety of your customers given how likely an accident or injury is from such a failure. I sure am glad NASA didn't have that kind of attitude last Weds. I suppose the caution signs indicating a wet floor in public places are a waste of time as well:rolleyes: :rolleyes:

OK Paul...So like I said...

So my word of caution to others "You as well Paul" is not to believe everything you maybe hear or read...AND even if this were true with this ONE individual that you supposedly spoke to personally...Guess what...**** happens and one incodent is not considered a trend or CAUTION as you put it...

Read the whole paragraph...It simply means in short that this guy/friend of yours could have been using the wheel on an application that the wheel was not intended for in first place. It also means that anyone on the street can freely say whatever they choose with no regard to accuracy...Etc...Do I need to go on??? You must have missed the part where I mentioned that I did an extensive search and found NOTHING in regards to ANY problems with and Boyd Coddington wheels be it Billet or 2-piece...

So...Thanks for your quality input Paul... :)


Brad

Tazer999
07-17-2005, 09:41 PM
I've had Boyd Coddington wheels on my car for over 3 years now and no problems with them at all. Still polishes up to an incredible shine and I haven't bent one yet

(High speeds haven't affected em yet either, :cool: )

Toms-SC
07-25-2005, 08:03 PM
I *THINK* these pictures are correct

Junkyard Dog
http://www.billetwheel.com/Gallery%20by%20Wheel/One-Off_Wheels/Junkyard_Dog_wheels.jpg

Smootie II
http://www.billetwheel.com/Gallery%20by%20Wheel/Cast_Series/03_Ford_Thunderbird_on_Cast_Series_Smoothie_II.jpg
http://www.actiongrafix.net/images/smoothie2.jpg

Magnito
http://www.actiongrafix.net/images/magneto.jpg

Timeless
http://www.billetwheel.com/Wheels%20by%20Series/Signature_Series/Timeless_2.jpg

Welcome Brad :)

cudaz101
07-25-2005, 08:54 PM
Tom...Thanks....You tryin' to steal my heart or what??? :p

Thanks alot...I am in the process of moving all my hosted files to my own space.

Are those wheels hot or what...???

Cheers,


Brad

Mike8675309
07-25-2005, 10:45 PM
I like the Timeless. I wonder what one with our necessary offset would look like?

tbirdsc357
08-01-2005, 11:50 PM
Juat a bump for a good cause :)

cudaz101
08-05-2005, 10:53 AM
Well....If anyone is on the fence now is a good time to speak up... :)

If everyone that has contacted me is serious about the GP then we need ONE more to make this a reality. I have chosen to purchase 5 sets for myself to move this GP along...

Steve??? :p


Brad

tbirdsc357
08-05-2005, 06:11 PM
Well....If anyone is on the fence now is a good time to speak up... :)

If everyone that has contacted me is serious about the GP then we need ONE more to make this a reality. I have chosen to purchase 5 sets for myself to move this GP along...

Steve??? :p


Brad


You know I'm in. :)

cudaz101
09-06-2005, 08:08 AM
This is STILL a GO folks...Even though it has been a lil bit on the quiet side I am quietly and patiently waiting on a test fit wheel in a 17X10 from the Boyd Coddington organization. Checked up with them and the REP had forgotten all about the test wheel that was supposed to be in my shop a few days ago.

Soooo....The test wheel should arrive this week so we can get the ball rolling and taking orders and shipping wheels. The turnaround is only one week once we have all the specs in place.

Steve, I realize that this TEST thing does not apply to your needs although its a must to get the rest of the GP members going...Thanks for being patient with this...

I will be stocking five or so sets of these wheels...If anyone is interested in these wheels at a later date AFTER the GP let me know what styles you are considering and I will lean towards that when I choose the styles I decide to stock.

Cheers,


Brad

cudaz101
10-03-2005, 09:24 PM
GP Thread updated at the top...

Bump

Mike8675309
10-04-2005, 09:38 PM
Wife says smoothie ii, then showed me the mail. I'll be broke the rest of the year. So no go on the group purchase, but definately interested down the road.

redtbirdsc
10-09-2005, 11:28 AM
I also like the smoothie II, and like mike will be broke till the end of the year :( .

SVT2888
11-01-2005, 09:35 PM
I also like the smoothie II, and like mike will be broke till the end of the year :( .
Can someone that is good at photoshop, photoshop each style wheel onto a t-bird? I think that would help alot of people in their decisions.

cudaz101
02-22-2006, 02:58 AM
Will be getting some of these wheels in stock. They look great, fit great and are unique just like the SC...

If you have any questions, comments or requests please hit me up via email or within this thread...And there is always the PM...heh

Thanks,


Brad

Blue89SC
02-22-2006, 10:21 AM
can't wait to see these on a vehicle...

XR7inWI
02-22-2006, 01:48 PM
Photoshop of a Smoothie II on a white SC. I was bored and wanted to see what it would look like so here it is.

cudaz101
02-22-2006, 02:23 PM
Placing the order today...Trying to decide on how many of what style and size...I am not getting any of the Timeless for reasons I would rather not get into...Basically the barrell that this wheel uses does not seem to be conducive to our needs in the way of high offset.

This is what I am considering...ALL INPUT IT APPRECIATED...This is kinda tough to decide on...

3 sets Junk Yard Dog "2 sets 17X8/17X10 & 1 set 18X8/18X10"

3 sets SmoothieII "2 sets 17X8/17X10 & 1 set 18X8/18X10"

2 sets Magnito "2 sets 17X8/17X10"

If anyone has preference of style/size accompanied with interest in getting a set of these wheels PLEASE gimme some input. I am placing the order in a few hours...I know it is short notice but I need to get this done.

Cheers & Thanks,

BTW...Tracy...Thanks for sharing the Photoshop. I can't do that to save my life. However the actual wheel will have LOADS of LIP in the rears and even a lil bit in front...They are going to look VERY agressive!!


Brad

Mike8675309
02-22-2006, 10:24 PM
When I get the smoothie II on my black car I'll post a pic. Hope to have them on by mid march. Thanks for your work on this stuff Brad.

redtbirdsc
02-22-2006, 11:31 PM
Would we be able to mix a set? like use 17 x 8 for the front and 17 x 10 for the rear?
And also thanks for placing this order as you know through my pms I been really lookinf forward to these wheels lol

Kurt K
02-22-2006, 11:43 PM
Would we be able to mix a set? like use 17 x 8 for the front and 17 x 10 for the rear?

Unless I'm wrong, I think that's exactly the combos that Brad listed.

redtbirdsc
02-22-2006, 11:47 PM
Oh nm now that you mention it and I reread it I see that lol, I must of been havin a duh moment.

cudaz101
03-15-2006, 04:56 AM
These wheels are showing up in the shop now...heh...WOW!!!. They look totally differant than the test wheel did. They are polished to a chrome like finish. Everything about this wheel SCREAMS blue chip quality. The center caps have O-Rings and are Metal rather than the standard plastic stuff most come with. The welds on the centers to the barrels looks sooooo clean. Even the containers that they come in are all double walled with re-enforcments everywhere to proctect the wheel during freight. Nice for piece of mind...

I am gonna mount a set on one of my cars this weekend just because I can't wait to see them. I will post up some pics for everyone. They might just end up staying on the car too. Actually one set of the Magnitos has my name on them...

I am dead excited to see these on some members SC's...


Cheers everyone,


Brad

Blue89SC
03-15-2006, 01:16 PM
hey brad... i am very interested in the set of 18'' smoothie IIs... once i see some pics of the smoothie II on an sc I will probably pull the trigger and order them...


Anthony

cudaz101
03-15-2006, 01:23 PM
Anthony,
Prepare yourself then...haha...;)


Brad

cudaz101
03-18-2006, 12:38 AM
Just like during the test fit there is enough clearance with the E-brake cable and swaybar end link. No rub problems with these monster 17X10's...

Tires are the norm: 245-45-17 Fronts & 275-40-17 Rears.


17X8/17X10 Smoothie by Boyd Coddington.

http://cudaz101.zoto.com/img/800x600x1/8837b7707791c002f71bf7ea618a32e1-.jpg

http://cudaz101.zoto.com/img/800x600x1/b6ca21ecd73d2c8b17880f1a0db27c65-.jpg

http://cudaz101.zoto.com/img/800x600x1/5c07ee13d5d96880effb36d9d7893da8-.jpg



Brad

redtbirdsc
03-18-2006, 12:55 AM
:eek: :eek: :eek: wow am i glad i jumped on this...
brad is your car lowered at all?

cudaz101
03-18-2006, 01:11 AM
:eek: :eek: :eek: wow am i glad i jumped on this...
brad is your car lowered at all?


Yes...My car has the Eibach 1.5" Spring kit. The springs never had a chance to really settle after being on jacks. I just rolled it out of the bay and snapped a few pics. I think it settles about .50" all said and done.


Brad

redtbirdsc
03-18-2006, 01:18 AM
ok i wasnt sure cause i far as i know my car has never been lowered but looks about an inch lower then yours in the pics.

Blue89SC
03-18-2006, 12:10 PM
Brad,

Any idea if there will fitment issues with the 18x10's in the rear?

cudaz101
03-18-2006, 12:19 PM
Brad,

Any idea if there will fitment issues with the 18x10's in the rear?


Nope....The 18's are more out of harms ways than the 17's...That is why I did all the testing with 17X10's...Only thing you have to do is roll the rear fender lip or use air bags in the rear or both...This is obvious though because you can't run a 275MM rear tire without doing one or both of the above regardless.

So, no worries in regards to fitment. I did my homework on these things and I stand behind the fitment. You don't have to mess with the E-Brake cable or swaybar end links or anything...Just bolt them on and enjoy the new look. However as already mentioned you have to roll the rear fenders for the big tire clearance.

Cheers,


Brad

Jimmy 2Coupes
03-18-2006, 06:27 PM
Those wheels like great on your SC Brad. I know you don't have 17 times 9's listed but is there any chance of us getting that size?

cudaz101
03-18-2006, 08:27 PM
Those wheels like great on your SC Brad. I know you don't have 17 times 9's listed but is there any chance of us getting that size?


Jimmy,
They don't make a 9" wide barrel only 8 & 10" barrels in 17's...However they do make a 18" barrel that is 9" wide. I had a set in 18X8 & 18X9 made for Steve.


Brad

XR7 Dave
03-18-2006, 09:05 PM
Nice! I would prefer 285/40 and 255/45 size. If you want just a little more sidewall that doesn't push out to the rim then that is the way to go. That's what I run on my wheels with no clearance issues (17x8 and 17x9.5). I have rolled fenders but no air bags and as far as I know they have never rubbed.

Mike8675309
03-18-2006, 11:18 PM
Very... very nice. Can't wait to send the final payment and have those puppies shipped to my door.

It's getting me a tad excited...

XxSlowpokexX
03-19-2006, 02:38 AM
They woulda looked real sweet on my black SC...Nice Brad!

Miller
03-19-2006, 02:40 AM
you mean myyyyyyyy black sc..

cudaz101
03-19-2006, 03:46 AM
Thanks for all the compliments fellas.

Damon...Any of these wheels would look dead hot on your RED SC...;)

Dave, I like that size combination as well...I have been running the 255-45-17 all the way around on my 17X9 bullets and been pretty happy. What tires exactly are you running in the way of brand. It seems that a 285-40-17 is not the most common among manufacturers. Or at least among my suppliers.

Cheers,


Brad

XR7 Dave
03-19-2006, 10:06 AM
The 285/40 is not common at all. It was an OE tire for the early Vipers. I've run Michelin Pilot Sport and currently BFG KDW but I have noticed that the ones who offer both sizes are Kumho, BFG, Firestone, Goodyear, Yokohama, Pirelli, and Michelin.

That sounds like quite a few, but some of those are really expensive. In the semi affordable range Kumho and Firestone seem to be the best choices.

XxSlowpokexX
03-21-2006, 04:32 PM
One day when I win the Lotto...

fast Ed
03-21-2006, 05:02 PM
The 285/40 is not common at all. It was an OE tire for the early Vipers.

It was also OE on many of the C4 Corvettes from 1992 - 1996, on the rear, with 255-45-17 on the front.

It's a nice size for the rear of an MN-12, too bad it's not as common as the 275/40/17.


cheers
Ed N.

Mike8675309
04-01-2006, 03:02 PM
Look what was waiting for me when I got home Friday.
http://i8.photobucket.com/albums/a23/tcw_fort/carparts/wheelpackage.jpg

http://i8.photobucket.com/albums/a23/tcw_fort/carparts/frontback.jpg
http://i8.photobucket.com/albums/a23/tcw_fort/carparts/rearfront.jpg

I mounted them up on my 90 today and took some pictures. I'll need to roll the rear fenders before they can be mounted on the car for any length of time.

This is the factory ride height. When they go on my 93, the car will be lowered at least 1.5 inches. I'm happy!

http://i8.photobucket.com/albums/a23/tcw_fort/carparts/driverfront.jpg
http://i8.photobucket.com/albums/a23/tcw_fort/carparts/driverside.jpg
http://i8.photobucket.com/albums/a23/tcw_fort/carparts/driverrear.jpg
http://i8.photobucket.com/albums/a23/tcw_fort/carparts/rear.jpg
http://i8.photobucket.com/albums/a23/tcw_fort/carparts/passengerfront.jpg

Icarus
12-15-2006, 06:17 AM
Look what was waiting for me when I got home Friday.

I mounted them up on my 90 today and took some pictures. I'll need to roll the rear fenders before they can be mounted on the car for any length of time.

This is the factory ride height. When they go on my 93, the car will be lowered at least 1.5 inches. I'm happy!



Dayym those are nice looking rims, I really need to start saving up!!!
:D