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So what do ya'lls think of $700 for a set of 8x17 Polished Torque Thrust IIs in good condition. (Correct offset and spacing for C3s).
 

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Sound pretty good to me! I just got a set from Ebay for $775 brand new in the box with lugs, locks, caps and stems! With free shipping! To my door in 2 days! :D



I like um!
 

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Sound pretty good to me! I just got a set from Ebay for $775 brand new in the box with lugs, locks, caps and stems! With free shipping! To my door in 2 days! :D


I like um!
Cool. Mine will need a few hours of polish to get them to that level, but at least I didn't way overpay. Say, what tire size are you running and are you lowered. I'll be switching from my stock 255/60x15 to 255/40x17. But damn G, it's nice to know I'll be look'n good too! :cheers:

Now, if I can just keep from melting them right away. :partyon:
 

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My car is stock height as far as I can tell, with stock trailing arms. And I'm running Sumitomo HTR Z 255/45ZR17's that I got from tirerack.com for $67.00 bucks a piece (cheap tires are for roasting :D) ! I've got about 500 miles on um so far, and they're working out great. The car handles like it's on rails, and they ride as good as the Cooper 245/60z15's that were on it when I got it.

Later Jeff

PS Just re-read your post and checked the size's, man your going low, 2 full inches smaller on the diameter than your current tire? That should drop her down a bit. I might have went that low, but I proly couldn't get in my driveway :D ! Here's a link I used to help figure tire sizes when I was buyin mine.

http://www.discounttire.com/dtcs/infoTireMath.dos

Have a good one!
 
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