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Elantrick
post Jun 27 2011, 10:35 PM
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I just got these 17 x 7.5 Drag wheels from Discount Tire Direct.




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Sporting black with red stripe 17X7.5" Drag wheels, Nitto Neo-Gen 215/40/17 tires, 19.2 rear Sway Bar, Shark Adjustable Short Shifter with lifted frame, 100 watt head lamps,
with hid fog lamps wired independent of the Low beams, cold air intake, Edelbrock springs lowered 1.25" with KYB shocks and Tinted Windows.
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post Jun 27 2011, 11:02 PM
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Thats hot.


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post Jun 28 2011, 07:50 AM
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Those wheels were my second choice had I not gone with the DR9's.


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post Jun 29 2011, 08:58 PM
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QUOTE (zielritter @ Jun 28 2011, 05:50 AM) *
Those wheels were my second choice had I not gone with the DR9's.

The DR9's were also on my list. Too bad the black with the silver rims had a gloss black and not a mat black, the gloss wouldn't go with the rest of my car.


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Sporting black with red stripe 17X7.5" Drag wheels, Nitto Neo-Gen 215/40/17 tires, 19.2 rear Sway Bar, Shark Adjustable Short Shifter with lifted frame, 100 watt head lamps,
with hid fog lamps wired independent of the Low beams, cold air intake, Edelbrock springs lowered 1.25" with KYB shocks and Tinted Windows.
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post Jun 29 2011, 09:16 PM
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The wheels look great but the detailing leaves something to be desired. laugh.gif


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I bought rims to fit the 15" stock all-season tires on our 2012 FD while I had Winter tires on the stock rims.
Stayed with the 15" as I didn't want to buy new tires atm.
I got a great deal on some in stock Konig Illusion wheels from Braidan Tire in Markham Ontario, approx. $600 all in, installed.







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2012 Elantra Touring GL, Titanium Grey, Auto, 2.0, Konig rims, tinted.
Two Kawasaki KZ650 Cs, a '77 C1 project, stock, and a '78 C2 with over 123,000 kms, modified.

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My old 03 GT had Konig Reasons 17x7


My new 03 GT has Konig Imagines 17x7


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Well, this hasn't been updated in a while!

Originally in Enkei RS-7's, 17x7 +38 with 215/45/17 in my prvious post (years ago!)

Changed to Konig 16X7 +40, wrapped in 225/45/16 Hankook RS-2 in this pick:


Changed to Sonata 16's for winter:


Then back to the Konig's on A/S Kumho in 205/55/16.... then for one event:


Sold the car, bought the Forte last September. Bought these for it:


Kosei K-1's 17x7.5 +45 offset wrapped in 225/45/17 BFGoodrich Rivals.


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New Advanti Racing B1 Lupo wheels!
Purchased from Tirerack for $546.37.
Each wheel was $114.00.
Installed for $130.
Offset:45mm
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15.6 lbs

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