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post #31 of 305 (permalink) Old 07-09-2005, 04:48 PM
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Originally posted by Wardb@Jul 6 2005, 11:44 PM
jeez bro, you took that way to deep. it was a simply stated posted just so i could show the guy what they would look like. and the rest was just so everyone could have an opinion.not start a controversy. i think i may be speaking for a few people when i say," just chill"
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LOL, I thought you knew man! You CANNOT talk about large size wheels on this site. People's heart rates start going up, people have strokes, camels die, boats sink, etc etc.

As you can tell from some of the zombie-like responses, if it isnt about performance, it just aint right. Recognize and tell your boy to buy some 10's
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I think 20's would look fab. In fa...



Ok... that was my other personality talking. Please ignore him.

Don't do it man. 17's or 18's... max.



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Originally posted by ChoppaBoy@Jul 9 2005, 08:48 PM
LOL, I thought you knew man! You CANNOT talk about large size wheels on this site. People's heart rates start going up, people have strokes, camels die, boats sink, etc etc.

As you can tell from some of the zombie-like responses, if it isnt about performance, it just aint right. Recognize and buy some 10's
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Originally posted by ChoppaBoy@Jul 9 2005, 03:48 PM
LOL, I thought you knew man! You CANNOT talk about large size wheels on this site. People's heart rates start going up, people have strokes, camels die, boats sink, etc etc.

As you can tell from some of the zombie-like responses, if it isnt about performance, it just aint right. Recognize and tell your boy to buy some 10's
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lol thanks for the late warning bro. ha!!

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Originally posted by ChoppaBoy@Jul 9 2005, 04:48 PM
LOL, I thought you knew man! You CANNOT talk about large size wheels on this site. People's heart rates start going up, people have strokes, camels die, boats sink, etc etc.

As you can tell from some of the zombie-like responses, if it isnt about performance, it just aint right. Recognize and tell your boy to buy some 10's
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Old topic but im getting 20's for my ride and lowering it. Also there are 20's that are way lighter than the stock wheels. Just depending on the stlye. Only thing im trying to do is be different.
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Old topic but im getting 20's for my ride and lowering it. Also there are 20's that are way lighter than the stock wheels. Just depending on the stlye. Only thing im trying to do is be different.
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If you're talking about a 6, I'd LOVE to hear about 20's that are lighter than stock. I seriously doubt this, even if they're forged, but please prove me wrong. By the way, where are you going to find tires to fit the 6 in 20s? As far as I know, they don't exist, but again, maybe I'm wrong. I've been wrong once or twice...

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Only feasible way a 20 could be lighter then the 17&#39;s would be if it was made from magnesium, and signifcantly thinner then stock...even then all 4 of them would cost more then the retail price of a new Mazda 6.





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I think you should take Nike&#39;s advice and just do it. Put 20s on the car. And when you have serious issues, we&#39;ll keep tight lipped knowing that we warned you in advance.
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By the way, where are you going to find tires to fit the 6 in 20s?
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225/30/20 would be the best option, very expensive and very thin though
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