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Old 23 Apr 2004, 05:15 am
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Old 23 Apr 2004, 07:08 am
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very nice. you thinking of getting them?
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Old 23 Apr 2004, 08:45 am
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I don't like the "twisted" or "curved" spokes. It looks okay on one side of the car, but on the other side, they're going the "wrong" way.
My opinion. Hey, you asked...[:I]
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I like them,but it seem to me that 5 spoke wheel
are becoming way to common these days.IMHO
It's your money, buy what you like.I do think they would
look good on your Cruiser. 16,17, 18's???
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Old 23 Apr 2004, 10:25 am
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I like them,but it seem to me that 5 spoke wheel
are becoming way to common these days.IMHO
Exactly why I went with these...
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quote:Originally posted by Jimbo

I like them,but it seem to me that 5 spoke wheel
are becoming way to common these days.IMHO
Exactly why I went with these...
And why I went with these:

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Old 23 Apr 2004, 01:56 pm
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I like the last two - with all you guys going aftermarket, my stock wheels will be unique! [)]
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Milles are great wheels, but they have a couple of other, in my opinion, nicer 5 spokes.
The Evo-R's, Evo5's and MM-11's are great looking. Keep in mind, that if you go 17x8, you are looking at a 27 pound wheel without tires.
The Evo5's are only 23lb. Extra weight per wheel makes a diff, esp with a n/a cruiser.
Evo5's are my personal favorite
These are the Evo5's on my 2001, lowered with Eibachs. 17x8's.
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Milles are great wheels, but they have a couple of other, in my opinion, nicer 5 spokes.
The Evo-R's, Evo5's and MM-11's are great looking. Keep in mind, that if you go 17x8, you are looking at a 27 pound wheel without tires.
The Evo5's are only 23lb. Extra weight per wheel makes a diff, esp with a n/a cruiser.
Evo5's are my personal favorite
These are the Evo5's on my 2001, lowered with Eibachs. 17x8's.
And here are those same (literally) Evo5's on my car.

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Heh, brings a tear to my eye[^]
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