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    Default 2007 XLR V Wheels

    Anyone have these and what do you think? What is the trend now in wheels, chrome, chrome and black, black and chrome, all black. My car is Raven black. 2007 XLR V Wheels-wheels-jpg

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    2006 Red XLR / 2007 XLR-V

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    DTPantera, I think these are C6 Corvette wheels and that's what I want to get for my car. Where did you see these and what size are they.
    John F.

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    2008 xlr dove gray

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    that is my fav wheel but I only say them in 19 and look out for no tires that size under 3-400 each. If you can get them in 18 or 20 there are lots of tires that will fit

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    2004 Black Excaliber

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    I saw these wheels on ebay after i bought a set of 18". I wish i had saw these first because I bought a set of alloy V wheels, sensors, chrome lug nuts and Michelin Tires.
    This set on ebay was 1095, Michelin Run Flats 245-40-ZR19 about 315/each and a new set of sensors, 80 to 100. I do like the wheels i have. If I keep the car i am going to switch to this set. I like chrome. I think these are a corvette replica.

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