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Old 06-06-2008, 03:56 PM   #1
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New Greg Weld Rims are on.

I am pleased with them. Only problem i had was the center cap hits the dust cover (spacers are on their way). Rears are 15 by 10 with a 5.5 backspasing and fronts are 15 by 5. Now all i need is paint.

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Re: New Greg Weld Rims are on.

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I am pleased with them. Only problem i had was the center cap hits the dust cover (spacers are on their way). Rears are 15 by 10 with a 5.5 backspasing and fronts are 15 by 5. Now all i need is paint.

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Not my style but they look cool... give it a retro 80's feel without being white trash hahaha
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Old 06-23-2008, 10:05 PM   #3
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Re: New Greg Weld Rims are on.

looks good man, maybe ill see them around town....
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Re: New Greg Weld Rims are on.

rear backspacing looks real nice.
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Old 06-24-2008, 11:50 AM   #5
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Re: New Greg Weld Rims are on.

those aren't too bad at all.. not my personal taste, but not bad.
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Re: New Greg Weld Rims are on.

just put some ground FX on it and black it out
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Re: New Greg Weld Rims are on.

those are actually some good lookin' wheels! you just can't tell from the pics from summit and jegs what they'll actually look like. good job 1320_guy!
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Re: New Greg Weld Rims are on.

hey did you have to use spacers on 4 wheels or just the front ones? and what size spacer did you use? i bought me a set of them same size
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Re: New Greg Weld Rims are on.

They look pretty good...a nice change from the normal weld drag stars...
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Re: New Greg Weld Rims are on.

cant you just tap the cover in with a hammer to get the clearance you need ive had to do that before
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