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Old 04-16-2014, 12:15 AM   #1
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Default 20" Wheel set up?

So I am looking at dropping my car static, yes for the look. I want to just try it, but I am looking at this GT and they're either Vossen's or STR 607s not sure but I'm pretty sure he's running 20's on it. Thoughts on dropping it after ? Because I am getting STR 607s 20 x 9.5 + 30 front and 20 x 10 +22 rear. Just want your guys' thoughts!

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