My Skyline R32 on small wide 15" Steels.. Bit different..

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  1. murdered-out

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    I never thought they would suit the car till i put them on :)



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    topi KlutchKickKidz

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    Like it!
     
  3. REDTOm

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    Looks awesome
     
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    Yup, works fine
     
  5. Mr.Fail

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    the only thing stupid is your stupid username , car looks good thou
     
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    looks evil man :thumbs:
     
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    i need to find some wide steelies in 17 or 18" spec!... they look Great in 15!! but i just prefer em 17 or 18 haha
     
  9. Gary.

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    :wack:
     
  10. JackCornick

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    I like it, it's quite subtle, not something you often see on Jap cars.
     
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    I'm usually of the 'bigger is better' view, but this looks awesome!
     
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    i love it !!..... i started a thread to find some of my 200sx on 15s ....but everyone said no.... i love it!!
     
  13. kam

    kam I've touched Chris Parry

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    What wheel/sizes are they?
    What brakes you running?
     
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    i reckon 16s would be better but that still looks good!
     
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    Chunky Nugget honkeytits!!

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    Rocked 15's on my four door for years, nice work.
     
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    Looks good - what tyre size ?

    Is that the smallest rim that will fit over the brakes ?
     
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    Definitely like that. I plan on doing something similar for skids :)
     

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