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Old 13 Aug 2003, 06:41 pm
JamesZX7
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Default Q for those who had 17"s / have 18" wheels

just doing research.

Foreground: I have a G1 Legend coupe, s/t springs, 17" TSWs that I upgraded
from stock 15" rollers. Ride difference was firmer, but not bone jarring
thankfully.. 18"s were not the thing way back some years yet.


I'll be acquiring a G2 Legend coupe next week and I want to plus size the
wheels. 17"s almost look alright on there, but 18"s are now an option. For
those who have lowered BUT NOT slammed their ride, how does the ride feel
with 18"s ?

This question is best left to those who have ridden with 17"s and 18"s;
speculations need not reply. ( i had speculated once back when I shopped
between 16"s and 17"s...I overestimated the 17"s harshness)


experienced please; again, speculations need not reply


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