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    05-18-2017, 07:32 PM
    I have 285's in the rear, but I don't think 295's would fit... I get occasional rubbing with the 285's so I'm thinking about going down to 275's...
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    Are you happy with the Forgeline wheels? What sizes did you get?

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Houston, TX
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2006 Silver XLR-V

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2006 XLR-V - 160 Deg T-stat, D3 cold air intake, headers, & pulley, Corsa Exhaust, NGK Spark Plugs, KATech ZR1 HE + Aux FMHE with upgraded pump, Meth Injection, Tuned via both EFIlive & HPTuners, Front & Rear Hotchkis Sway Bars, Hardbar lowered, Rotora 6-piston front/4-piston rear brakes, Adam's 2-piece slotted/dimpled rotors, Hawk HP+ pads, Forgeline 3-piece 20" wheels, Michelin Pilot Super Sport tires, Windrestrictor, V1 radar detector & Invisicord, Laser Interceptor Quad HP laser jammer.

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