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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old Jun 11th, 10, 01:21 PM Thread Starter
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What are these CHROME Torque Thrust wheels on Ebay????

Here is the link. http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Ameri...item45f3542b19


Not sure how they are advertising these as American Racing? But... if they are INDEED AR... i am interested... I have never heard of CHROME AR TT2?

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Re: What are these CHROME Torque Thrust wheels on Ebay????

I guess my question is... do they make the TT2's in chrome?

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Re: What are these CHROME Torque Thrust wheels on Ebay????

II's and M's are almost always found in chrome. You may be thinking of the original Torque Thrust's that are not chrome.
http://www.americanracing.com/browse_ar.asp

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Re: What are these CHROME Torque Thrust wheels on Ebay????

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II's and M's are almost always found in chrome. You may be thinking of the original Torque Thrust's that are not chrome.
http://www.americanracing.com/browse_ar.asp
Thanks Steiner! Is this a good deal? sounds like it to me... also... what is the difference between the M's and the II's?

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Re: What are these CHROME Torque Thrust wheels on Ebay????

The M's are often found in chrome, but not in the right offsets or backspace for anything classic. They are casted with modern cars in mind, like the new mopars, and camaros and mustangs, so basically way too much backspace. The TT2s are available in just a chrome center, but is still a polished outer, and after time, the differences in the two finishes will show... a lot. Not cool. The TTO or Torq Thurst Original is available in chrome, but only in smaller diameters like 15". Call anytime, we can help sort through all of this for you.
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Re: What are these CHROME Torque Thrust wheels on Ebay????

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The M's are often found in chrome, but not in the right offsets or backspace for anything classic. They are casted with modern cars in mind, like the new mopars, and camaros and mustangs, so basically way too much backspace. The TT2s are available in just a chrome center, but is still a polished outer, and after time, the differences in the two finishes will show... a lot. Not cool. The TTO or Torq Thurst Original is available in chrome, but only in smaller diameters like 15". Call anytime, we can help sort through all of this for you.
Thanks Jon... It just goes to show you how wheel dumb I acutally am... I know exactly what works best on our cars, but not what won't... I guess I didn't know these wheels were different than those of a TTO... Learn something new every day...

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