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Old 26 Mar 2008, 01:13 am
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Post Wheel suggestions for '07 civic ex sedan???

i have a black '07 civic ex sedan and i'm looking to upgrade the stock alloy wheels for something with a little more pop. so far, I'm liking the 5 point style and I'm thinking 18" would go well but it's hard to get a great idea from looking at them on the web or in a magazine.

any suggestions for some quality rims that would go well with my ride would be greatly appreciated!!! THANKS!!!
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