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    Wheel opinions?

    So I hopped my baby over a curb and bent my stock wheel beyond repair/resurfacing. Rad.

    Been thinking about getting new rims for a while anyways, so....

    How do you guys feel about these wheels on a DGM '09 WRX Sedan?

    http://www.tirerack.com/wheels/Wheel...odClar=Premium

    Or these?

    http://www.tirerack.com/wheels/Wheel...odClar=Premium


    Not looking to get any wildly expensive forged wheels.... These would be mostly for aesthetic purposes.

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    ...Let's move you over to this section

    http://www.tirerack.com/wheels/enkei-racing-wheels.jsp

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    So here's the reason I don't want to buy a $1000 set of rims:

    I just put on some brand new high performance summer Hankooks, which were not cheap.

    My idea is to get the cheaper Enkei rims for now, and once these tires are worn out sell them and go +1 on some more expensive rims like the ones you posted with lower profile tires. Make sense?

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    I prefer the Klamp to the GW8... just my opinion... based on the brake ventilation and ease of cleaning... mostly why it's my pick...

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    Yeah I think I'm leaning towards those

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    you should look into Drag Wheels. Discount Tire Direct carries them and they are a great wheel for the money. I've been rocking Drag DR-31's on my forester all year round for 3 years now and they have held up unbelievably well especially against Vermont's harsh salty winter roads.
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