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  1. im looking into buying some ws6 snowflake 15x8 wheels for my 84 grand prix. there is a complany that widens wheels and im going to have them at 2" to the width. 1' outside 1' inside so they will be a 10" wide wheel with 5.5" backspace. i have a 600 horsepower stroked 400 and i want to know if i can trust these wheels to handle the torque when i launch on the strip. the company stands behind their welding and machining so it could care less if their modifications break. i just want to be safe to know that 40 yr old cast aluminum will stay together.
  2. View Advert 17" Pontiac G6 Chrome Wheels and tires These are 3 stock 2006 Pontiac G6 Chrome wheels for sale. They are in perfect condition with hardly a scratch on them. They were taken off the car when they had 60,000 miles on them. The tires are in decent condition, 1 of the 3 have some weird wear on them but still could get some more use out of them. Advertiser Ringo64 Date 10/06/2016 Price $150.00 Category Auto Parts  
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    These are 3 stock 2006 Pontiac G6 Chrome wheels for sale. They are in perfect condition with hardly a scratch on them. They were taken off the car when they had 60,000 miles on them. The tires are in decent condition, 1 of the 3 have some weird wear on them but still could get some more use out of them.

    $150.00

  4. Selling 3 of my stock 2006 Pontiac G6 GT Stock 17" wheels plus tires. The tires are stock spec 225/50R17. 1 of the tires is worn pretty badly but the other two are in great shape. Asking: $200 OBO. Do not intend to ship but if you ask nicely and pay fees I might
  5. Kept stock size but in the process of going with another wheel lost 20lbs per wheel so overall 80lbs loss on the car BF Goodrich T/A tires and Sports Edition A10 wheels. Heard mix reviews about the wheels so am going to try them out. Had a fun experience with the installer. One wheel was damaged on the installer receiving it but they didn't think to unwrap them before I got there last week so they wasted a good hour of my life just waiting for that last week. Thanks, Tire Kingdom. Tire Rack was quick on sending out a replacement though which I was happy about.
  6. Attached is photos of the style of rims I have and what my center caps look like. My car came missing two of the center caps. I only need a couple more but if I have to buy a set, that's OK. First question. What style are my rims? Second question. Where can I buy those center caps?
  7. Ok, so I have been planning for a few weeks now and I am going to be Plasti Dipping my wheels (later on) and my grill (maybe today) depending on if the local parts stores have it. However, before I even purchase anything I have a question. So my wheels and grill are already painted so do I have to rough them up so the Plasti Dip will stick or can I just spray over what has already been painted? I would figure that you would need to really clean the area first. Thanks!
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