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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old Apr 25th, 09, 03:45 PM Thread Starter
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I'm going to get a new set of Vintage Wheel Works V45's and tires for the camaro. 16x8 with 255/50 for the back and 16x7 with 225/50 for the front. I was thinking of BFG G-Force Sports.

Can anyone recommend a good place to purchase the package mounted and balanced?

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Re: New Wheels

www.tirerack.com

www.discounttire.com

I have dealth with both over the years either on a business level and/or a personal level.


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Re: New Wheels

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I'm going to get a new set of Vintage Wheel Works V45's and tires for the camaro. 16x8 with 255/50 for the back and 16x7 with 225/50 for the front. I was thinking of BFG G-Force Sports.

Can anyone recommend a good place to purchase the package mounted and balanced?

Thanks
Jeff
Good wheel choice, I have the same in 17" and I love them. I've heard very good things about Jon at Driverz Inc, www.driverzinc.com, and also Newstalgia Wheel, www.newstalgiawheel.com. You can also buy them direct from Vintage Wheel works, but I'm not sure if they'd do the tires as well.

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Re: New Wheels

I have V-40's and purchased directly through Eli & Rusty @ VWW but as Mike mentioned,they don't provide tires.
I have bought several sets of wheels through Jon Henson @ www.driverzinc.com and would HIGHLY recommend him.His prices will be lower than Newstalgia and you will get expert fitment advice from him...trust me.
Complete packages,mounted/balanced and shipped to your door,just bolt them on.

Tell him I sent you,I'm sure he'll take extra good care of you...good luck to you and be sure to post up some pics when you get 'em mounted.

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post #6 of 6 (permalink) Old May 17th, 09, 04:46 PM Thread Starter
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Re: New Wheels

Thanks for the help everyone. As soon as I sell my Torq Thrust II's I'll be getting the v45's.
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