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Posted: Mon Oct 02, 2006 9:40 am 
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was browsing through and saw this pic about three minutes ago :P
not a bad box car at all... I like it.... just needs the rear skirt.. the territory wheels do "stand out"..

That looks FAT

 

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Posted: Mon Oct 02, 2006 3:10 pm 
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yeah doesnt look bad, now i cant wait to get my hub adaptors so i can get this rims on my ride

 

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Posted: Mon Oct 02, 2006 5:30 pm 
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I think they'd look better with the ute centre caps, i saw a hiace with some.


the territories come with centre caps on them that make them look respectable.. just have to use territory nuts
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Posted: Mon Oct 02, 2006 5:59 pm 
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Eww, those rims are shocking!
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Posted: Mon Oct 02, 2006 6:26 pm 
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Why would you want to fit SUV rims to your car?
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Posted: Wed Oct 04, 2006 8:42 am 
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there 17s, and i got them for $100 :)
better then the falcon 'classic' rims i have now

 

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Posted: Wed Oct 04, 2006 9:03 am 
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:O damn... i want a set for that price

 

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Posted: Wed Oct 04, 2006 9:30 am 
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There's a blue ED i think that iv'e seen around with territory rims on it, looks nice too.

 

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Posted: Wed Oct 04, 2006 10:51 am 
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yeh, thats where i got the idea from, at 1st i didnt realise they were territory rims, that blue ED also has a big tacho on his dash,,
but yeh its a very nice car

 

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Posted: Wed Oct 04, 2006 2:54 pm 
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huggiebear wrote:
extra weight???? extra power ;)



Other way around, you want wheels to be as light as possible to decrease rotating mass and decrease unsprung mass.

By decreasing rotating mass you have less drivetrain losses, the engine has to do less work (using less power)

By decreasing unsprung mass (mass not supported by the suspension system) you can will ride better, handle better and be more controllable.

These rims will also decrease braking performance because of thier huge weight
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Posted: Wed Oct 04, 2006 5:16 pm 
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yeah, but what i ment is by putting on more hearvier rims, you can upgrade you engine to accomodate this extra weight :P like bolting on a turbo... good enough excuse for me

 

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They are the gayest thing to put on a boxcar since converting your EB-ED to EA taillights just so you could use the Ebay clears.
Also gayer then non-lip spoilers.
They weigh a f**k tonne and look s**t, 15" stockies look better, and weigh less.
And don't need adaptors.
If I became retarded and decided to use adaptors to fit a STEEL rim, I'd use BA 16" steelies.

 

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Posted: Wed Oct 04, 2006 6:06 pm 
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They are the gayest thing to put on a boxcar since converting your EB-ED to EA taillights just so you could use the Ebay clears.
Also gayer then non-lip spoilers.
They weigh a f**k tonne and look s**t, 15" stockies look better, and weigh less.
And don't need adaptors.
If I became retarded and decided to use adaptors to fit a STEEL rim, I'd use BA 16" steelies.


first of all, just to let you AND others know, ebay now has EB/ED lights for $150.

gayer then non lip spoilers??? there are a few good wings out there that arnt lip spoilers, just look at the V8 supercar kit.

yeah they do weight alot BUT its alot cheaper then buying 18's ect and they do look good. why stay with stockies for??? then your ride will look like every other stock daily out there

 

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Steady ED wrote:
They are the gayest thing to put on a boxcar since converting your EB-ED to EA taillights just so you could use the Ebay clears.
Also gayer then non-lip spoilers.
They weigh a f**k tonne and look s**t, 15" stockies look better, and weigh less.
And don't need adaptors.
If I became retarded and decided to use adaptors to fit a STEEL rim, I'd use BA 16" steelies.



i car not for what u think, i like them and all the other blah blah blah im suposed to convince u with

 

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id seriously buy a set, no second thorghts

 

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