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I'm new to this site. I bought a 05 6 speed about 6 months ago (paid too much of course). I had the dealer switch to silver wheels (he gave me $1,000 credit) thinking I'd switch to custom wheels using the OEM tires. Well I'm having no luck finding matching 19 and 20 inch wheels of the same width and offset as factory. Can any one offer advise? Thanks
 

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Hi, Scooter

Welcome to the site.

There are some custom wheels out there. If you do a search under custom wheels, or enter a wheel name like Colorado Customs or Coddington, you'll find several threads on this subject.

The following thread is the one I started when my new wheels were installed. Most of the information about them is on that thread. If you check further with Colorado and others, you'll find a range of custom wheels in 19s and 20s.

Good luck,

Ray





http://www.ssrfanatic.com/forum/showthread.php?t=4246&highlight=colorado+customs
 

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Coddington Wheels

I purchased Boyd Coddington wheels through Discount Tire in Scottsdale, Az. for a good price-You cab peruse the coddington wheels on their website-many selections.
 

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Trader Tom

We need pictures!!!!!!

Ray
 

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I bought BC Smoothie 2s from Newstalgia wheels in TN. I went to 18s in front and 20s in the back with some wonderful BF Goodrich KDW2 tires (much better than stock tires unless your an Eskimo). I love the look it gives the SSR a little more rake in the stance and is more old school hot rod in comparison to the stock wheels.

http://www.newstalgiawheel.com/
 

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