Thanks for the heads up.
This is a discussion on Just learned how to upload pics lol within the New Member Hangout forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; Thanks for the heads up....
I heard that the CRV has 17" steel wheels
the Honda CRV? And, also, what do you mean by steel? I'm talkin' about those black rims with like 10 holes in them they are like $50 a piece.
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Steelies will not clear STI Brembos AFAIK.
As for right now tho, my wheels roll and thats working out real good, but my stock tune is crap. I need the Nameless Axleback muffler delete, and the Cobb AP. I already got myself a quality shift knob from WC Lathewerks, great products btw.
The 17" steel rims for the Honda CR-V will clear the brakes according to threads on NASIOC and IWsti... Here's a thread on NASIOC:
2011 WRX STi - Winter Tires and Rims? - NASIOC
I'm thinking about doing it if I can't find someone selling some OEM ones for cheap. They're ugly as hell but you can find them for cheap...
nasty socks doesn't work in school because they block every site but this one. I don't know if I'd put those hellish wheels on my car lmfao, especially with that H in the middle of them.
I'm not really into it either but I'm also not going to spend more than 1-1.2k total on tires/rims and I'd honestly prefer to spend less than that. I've also looked into high performance all season tires just to put on my stock BBS since we don't have horrible winters in MD (well except for a couple years ago but that's very rare up here). Not sure what I'm going to do yet.
Hmm.Thats great.I was thinking of selling my CRV's OEM steelies.Now I know where to post the "for sale" ads.
just get some all seasons, that's what im planning on doing. luckily we had a mild winter this year, i still have my OEM summer dunlops
im planning on getting the Continental DWS or the Bridgestone Potenza RE970AS Pole Positions which are a little bit more but outperform the DWS in the summer
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