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The01Cav

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So I am looking at 2 WAY COMPLETELY DIFFERENT directions here of wheels. 1 wheel being all out performance oriented and the other being all about looks..

First off is Enkei's PF01 in 18x8 +40 offset, wheel weighs in at a wopping 18lbs, I would take the tires off of the TSW's and put em on the PF01's

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Next up is Falken LX-55 wheel which is 20x8.5 +35 Offset, I don'r know much about these wheels other that I do like the look of them and think they would be pretty baller on my car with being lowered.

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Enkei's PF01 in 20's :welcome::cheers:

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Enkei's FTW!

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The Enkei wheels. Keep them in 18", no need to go bigger.

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' date='Aug 16 2011, 08:02 PM' post='58330']

The Enkei wheels. Keep them in 18", no need to go bigger.

:welcome:

I personally would never go above 18, they look phenomenal and are the perfect size for our cars.

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Enkei's PF01 FTW!

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Enkei.

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This was kind of the look I wanted to go for.

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