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Man I love my rally wheels, But they have been on my car for 20 years and I think its time for a change. Plus I will save a few pounds.
I think I am going to buy these wheels.
What do you guy's think!

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Looks good!!
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They are nice looking wheels! I run ralleys too. It's hard to decide which wheels to get.
I saw those in the summit book. Good choice!
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i think they're nice but what do i matter ? it's YOUR car... what do YOU like ?
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then you'll need to upgrade to drilled and slotted rotors and 4 wheel disc's

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Yeah, what Doug said... they'll never be done!! Those are nice. I was looking at that same style. I want the simple look, not too busy look. Some wheels just have too much going on. Just my .02

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then you'll need to upgrade to drilled and slotted rotors and 4 wheel disc's
Yeah. can't afford that right now. Looks like it is paint the caliper for now
They will be 15's so the brake will not look to bad.

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We are Billet Specialties distributors and I just got a set of Strret Lites for my street racer. Awesome wheels. My old Weld pro Stars were getting so dated!

Let me know when your ready, I will save you a few bucks on them.
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We are Billet Specialties distributors and I just got a set of Strret Lites for my street racer. Awesome wheels. My old Weld pro Stars were getting so dated!

Let me know when your ready, I will save you a few bucks on them.
How much will 2x17" and 2x18" set me back. I would take care of freight to New Zealand
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I need you to email me with exact sizes (widths) for a quote. [email protected]
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I may be interested also. 15X8 for rear, 15x6 front. I have disk on the front and drum on the back. I have a 68.
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These are one of the types of wheels I'm kicking around, I love my rally wheels but they just weigh far too much, I hate leaving so much on the table. I would probably keep both sets.
Anyone have a picture of a first gen Camaro with these on it? Not huge ones but around 15X8 or so with skinnies up front. I have yet to really see a set on a car so I'm still undecided on them. Tough to beat the good 'ol draglites

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That's what i had on my Camaro Jeff. They will look great on your car!
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That's what i had on my Camaro Jeff. They will look great on your car!
I thought you had them on your camaro. I hope they look good there on the way Lol. How's the Nova? It looks super clean.

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I thought you had them on your camaro. I hope they look good there on the way Lol. How's the Nova? It looks super clean.

I wish i would have known you were buying the wheels. I know a guy that deals directly through Billet specialties and M/T and i guarantee he would gotten them to you alot cheaper. Maybe next time. I am making progress on the Nova. I now have all the parts back from powder coating so i just have to get motivated and get it all together. I have worked on it so much lately i just got worn down. Anyway, we need pictures as soon as you get the new wheels on your car!
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