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Old 04-10-2009, 04:54 PM
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"NICE BIG PICS"New 30's finally installed on the Challenger

30 series that is! on the back anyways. They are still 22's though so hate away

After the longest winter in the history of Edmonton, got it done!

Giovanna F5's 2 piece forged 22x9 and 22x11 with 20 and 25mm offsets.

265/35/22 & 305/30/22 Dunlop sport maxx tires
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I really dig the view from low and behind, but I don't know about the profile shots. Need better pictures.
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hmm.. Kind of dark?? I like the wheels..
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Whew!

When I saw the thread title, I almost didn't want to click on it. I was expecting to see a Challenger rollin on those enormous cartoon wheels!!
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I like them. Good job!
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looks scary
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I fixed the link to car domain. pics are a little bigger. will put on some quality ones tomorrow.

A few comments I have had so far.

It looks like a car you would see one the news in a cop chase

It seems like there should be bullets flying.
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Looks good. Are you gonna lower it?
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Originally Posted by mpsjmg View Post
Whew!

When I saw the thread title, I almost didn't want to click on it. I was expecting to see a Challenger rollin on those enormous cartoon wheels!!
hahaha same here! I got pretty scared when I saw the title!

wheels look killer though, nice choice!
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I hear ya on the winter.....
The wheels look Goood!!! Not a fan of 22's, but those ones don't look outta place at all!!

How are the clearances on the inner fenders and shocks??
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