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Old 06-17-2013, 12:27 PM   #11
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well i ordered them and called to check on them but the guy said they are out of stock but he will refund my money - but now im having an anxiety attack i spent 500$ and what if he doesnt refund me, its paypal,d oes paypal have any buyer protection?


this is afswheels.com

tired of all the waiting, does sears have good loooking rims? thinking of going to sears and just buying their rims that have the S in the middle and look kinda like cobra rims. tired of ordering crap online i want my damn rims NOW
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Old 06-17-2013, 06:09 PM   #12
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Don't worry too much. They'll refund it and you can keep looking. Try AmericanMuscle. You can get a wheel/tire package from them and they give us a forum discount for being on here.
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I thought there was no forum discount?

But ya Id use them.
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Old 06-17-2013, 07:09 PM   #14
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If you pm one of the reps on here they will send you the code.

Also don't be impatient and settle on something just to get it fast. You WILL regret it. And be jealous of everyone that has nicer rims.

Hit up Craigslist. Might could fine some rims/tires for a lot less than brand new.
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Old 06-18-2013, 04:13 PM   #15
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If you pm one of the reps on here they will send you the code.

Also don't be impatient and settle on something just to get it fast. You WILL regret it. And be jealous of everyone that has nicer rims.

Hit up Craigslist. Might could fine some rims/tires for a lot less than brand new.
+1 on this.

I found this set of wheels for $200 in perfect condition. Not a single knick or scuff, and nearly new tires:
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Guy bought a GT/CS and then immediately bought new wheels and tires. Five years later, they were collecting dust in the garage and he just wanted to get rid of them.

I would have needed spacers to use them, and my wife didn't want to bother (her car) so we sold them and bought these instead:
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Even though they are for an '05+ they fit well without spacers and I think they look better on the New Edge than the curvy Bullitt-type wheels..
Then we sold the stock wheels.

After it was all said and done, I spent $20 to upgrade my stock, curbed wheels with bald tires to nice wheels with new tires.
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