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    Absolutely gorgeous. Now the long wait to use them.







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    Ok those are officaly the wheels I want!

    Can you get an accurate weight of the wheel PLEASE?!?!?!??!?!!?!?!?
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    They look nice dude.
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    Very nice. Simple and clean. Just how a wheel should be IMHO.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Sky WRX View Post
    pm ButtDyno- maybe he's ready for a change

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    F* no They are getting a nice new set of shaved Neovas next year.

    I'm also planning on picking up some gold RPF1's for a street/rain tire - probably full tread RE01R's, maybe Hankook RS2's, maybe something else depending on how the new ones are. The new Toyo/Kumho/etc might be good but the odds of them being *that* much better than the Yokos are pretty low, IMHO.

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    ^ it was worth asking

    I'm thinking about a second set of rims as well- "summer" daily driver/wet setup- RPF1 high on the list, kind of like the v7 gold rims too- little heavier and 7.5", but I don't see them getting near the workout either
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    Yeah I ran on the Ver7's this year w/ RE070s. My JIC's didn't come back from their rebuild until... yesterday so in May I had to buy a new suspension and that blew my wheel/tire budget. They work, they're pretty and they have been strong for me for over four years now. Oh yeah, and they clear the Stoptechs.

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    ^ maybe your wanting to get rid of those instead
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    :lol:

    Yes... I will soon have 3 different sets of $1k wheels for a car that I drive 6-7K miles a year.

    but the tires last longer!

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    Well that sucks! lol

    I'm thinking those Weds are THE WHEELS :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by ButtDyno View Post
    :lol:

    Yes... I will soon have 3 different sets of $1k wheels for a car that I drive 6-7K miles a year.

    but the tires last longer!

    john
    I just need to get a set of bigger brakes then I can justify three new sets - race/"summer"-wet/"winter"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Big Sky WRX View Post
    17 lbs isn't too bad for a 17x8 wheel, ofcourse 16 lbs is better, 15 lbs even better yet
    what size our a 2007 wrx stock wheel 17X?
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    Quote Originally Posted by SubaruWRC View Post
    what size our a 2007 wrx stock wheel 17X?
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    17x7 AND 21-ish lbs
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