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Has anyone out there put after market wheels on their SSR? We have a yellow '04 and have discovered there aren't many options. A nice reader said someone changed from 6 to 5 bolt, but we don't want to do that. We also don't want to go to 18's in the front. Would love to see some photo's of what people have done. Thanks
 

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randynbarb said:
Has anyone out there put after market wheels on their SSR? We have a yellow '04 and have discovered there aren't many options. A nice reader said someone changed from 6 to 5 bolt, but we don't want to do that. We also don't want to go to 18's in the front. Would love to see some photo's of what people have done. Thanks

There was one person that I can remember that put 20 in the front and 22's in the back.
 

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It was the "Pistons #1 Fan" SSR who has the wheels changed. Pictures of his truck are in the gallery.

P/P

Peace :flag
 

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I'd say your SSR has a very nice looking friend there!
 

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Thanks from the garage dweller...

it's a 34 Ford roadster-has a one of a kind hardtop, windows retract up under the headliner. Took the fellow who designed it over a year working with models, etc before he perfected it!
SSR-a dream come true for Randy- fits right in with our classic car hobby.

Big thanks to Wildcat 66 for posting the photo!
 

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I dont know about you guys but i think this is the best i have ever seen :reddevil
Dub Esinem. available in 22,24,26 inch.
the 22's go for $5700 with tires. they are called floaters (you know the rims that float while you drive. much more attractive than spinners imo)
 
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