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#1 Old 02-14-2013, 08:23 PM
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I dont know which set of wheels to buy (2 picture inside)

Hi i started shopping for rims here two sets i found that i like. But i dont know wich one will look better what you guys think?!

heres my car





those in 20 inch




or those in 22
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I think either one will look good. I have TSW Cadwells on my 350Z and think the're a good wheel. What brand is the second wheel? Btw, "wich is spelled "which".

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the second one i dont know thats what the seller wrote in the add

set (4 wheels) DYNAMIC PERFORMANCE WHEEL MODEL M746 in SILVER WITH CHROME LIP in Size: 22x9.5" with a 5x114.3 bolt pattern. These wheels are brand new in the factory box! These rims come a lifetime structural warranty through DYNAMIC PERFORMANCE
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Dont like either

22's will bring you a pile of trouble....hope you have someone who knows camber setups
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Which witch is which?

I don't think I'd go larger than 20" and I don't like the 20" wheel you have pictured. Too much "open" space.

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yep...not enough spokes or wide enough spokes on the 20's
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First, 20's are going to run you a little less $ then 22's so that's mainly your first decision.

Are you set on those 2 styles? What is your budget?

Some sites to check out wheels on your actual car...

See Wheels on Your Vehicle - Discount Tire
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Rims Visualizer. See how new rims looks in your car. RimsDealer.com Wheel Preview Progam (Beta)

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22's will bring you a pile of trouble....hope you have someone who knows camber setups
Pile of trouble? lol Pleaseeeeee explain!!! I have 22's and have no issues.

Also, the wheel size has nothing to do with camber setup. That's when you lower a car.

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22's = liquorice strips on train tracks...

They look good though lol
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I wouldn't go to 22s. The tire profile will be too low for practicality and you're likely to damage the rims if you hit even a moderate pothole. Looks matter, but it's more important to have the ability to drive and use the car in all situations.

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There are 2 sizes you can get for 22" tires on our rides...

265/35/22 with 29.3" diameter or like I have 265/40/22 with 30.35" diameter.

I would personally never go below a 40 series tire but have had 40 series in 17", 18", and now 22" and the ride is not much different than the stock 65 series.

My 22's function and perform overall better than the stock 18's did.

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Why not go with the 20 inch rims that come with the LE model. I personally think they look great, but I'm a little biased

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why not go with the 20 inch rims that come with the le model. I personally think they look great, but i'm a little biased:d

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OEM is boring!

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OEM is boring!
There are definite arguments for OEM. OEM fit properly, are good and strong, and replacements can be bought used on Ebay for around $100.

And the only one who really cares is you - the owner. No one else cares what wheels you have on the car.

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