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Old 10 Sep 2003, 10:45 am
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What do you guys think about these on a 2003 Dream 2.I would think that I would need to go with the chrome finish, with the paint-matched spoke inserts, but dayum they're expensive!I would go with an 18x8, which is as big as they come.

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Old 10 Sep 2003, 02:08 pm
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I kinda like them, but I would need to see them on a cruiser to be really sure. They are unique though, and one thing a PT cannot get enough of is "uniqueness." Cruise on! [8)]
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Old 11 Sep 2003, 05:30 pm
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the wheels you have on looks very nice why bother![8]
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Old 11 Sep 2003, 05:41 pm
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That's like saying a PT is just a car, Dude. To be different of course.
The ones I would get would be 18x8, not the current 17x7, and they would be chrome with Tangerine spokes (where these are yellow).
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Old 12 Sep 2003, 01:47 pm
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Right you are, TJ! I have the stock chrome wheels on my 2002. they look nice, but they are STOCK! As soon as I get the money, I'm getting my ride a new set of shoes. She won't look like all the other PT's out there!

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i dont know the color looks off to me. If it matched the tangerine it would look hot. But i dont think it does. sorry no offence
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I think it would look outstanding. Go for it!
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Old 14 Sep 2003, 09:00 am
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TripleJack,

Nice choice! I didn't know that Momo wheel has the correct offset for a Turbo.

By the way, did you see my pics from the Mopar Nationals? You asked about Amy....

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[:X]IF THE COLOR MATCHES THE PAINT COLOR THE WOULD BE AWSOME. I DO LOVE THE STOCK CHROME WHEELS ON THE LIMITED. IF I HAD THE MONEY THOGH I WOULD DRESS MY PT .[8)]
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Electric Blue GT - No, I didn't see them. You meet her?

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