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Pic of my T/A before I got hit

This is a discussion on Pic of my T/A before I got hit within the Firebird / WS6 forums, part of the Vehicle Specific category; It looked real sharp before it was hit, sounds like its gonna be sharp again soon though...

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    It looked real sharp before it was hit, sounds like its gonna be sharp again soon though
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    yeah lets hope though. Gotta get that quarterpanel done. Thats the big $$ project. By the way, I love the wheels on your camaro

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    yeah lets hope though. Gotta get that quarterpanel done. Thats the big $$ project. By the way, I love the wheels on your camaro
    Thanks, there is a thread with better pics down in the member's ride forum.

    Pic with new wheels, CCWs

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    I'm gonna ask the dumb question...what kind of rim are those, and what size, and what size are the tires? It also looks like you had a spacer on there. Is that true or am I just seeing shit?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jwindbigler View Post
    I'm gonna ask the dumb question...what kind of rim are those, and what size, and what size are the tires? It also looks like you had a spacer on there. Is that true or am I just seeing shit?
    Not a dumb question at all, CCW SP500 wheels. The fronts are 18x10s & the rears are 18x11s. The tires are 275/35/18 up front & 295/35/18 in the rear. No spacers, just a perfect offset

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    How much did they run you? They look like $$$

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    Quote Originally Posted by jwindbigler View Post
    How much did they run you? They look like $$$
    Wheels and tires about $3600

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    very nice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Y2KPewterSS View Post
    Wheels and tires about $3600
    Thats a pretty penny. Man I wish that I could afford $3600 wheels.

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    Here's some pics of after the crash.














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    Cars looks sick man! I like the black vette wheels, good choice! Hey what kinda shifter do you have?

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    its a short throw...not the Pro 5.0 shifter or anything like that. My buddy had that, and kept on trying to shift to 4 at redline, and hit 2 instead. Yes my buddy is a dumbass, but I think that it was due to the angle. So, dont get that one. I got mine off of ebay, or you can get them at ws6store.com. Literally it costs $20 plus S&H. So maybe 25-30 at the most, and you install it in about 15 minutes. All that you need is a couple of 10mm wrenches if I remember right. Maybe they were 1/2", but I dont remember off the top of my head. Its literally taking 2 nuts and bolts off, and putting them back on, and it shortens your throw by about 1.5". Know that it will be harder for you to shift now. Meaning that your going to have to work a little more to get it into gear. Overall, definately worth the $$ for the mod.

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    If you have any other questions ask someone else....no just kiddin, just let me know if you have any questions about the install or anything.

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    Oh yeah, forgot to add that your old shifter will just screw right on.

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    Cool man, Its looks good! My plans are for the pro 5.0 later...hopefully its around the same length. yah, its harder...But its feels soo much better! Thanks for the info!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pro50gt View Post
    Cool man, Its looks good! My plans are for the pro 5.0 later...hopefully its around the same length. yah, its harder...But its feels soo much better! Thanks for the info!
    NO NO NO NO NO...dont get the 5.0 Shifter. There is literally NO difference b/w the one that you have now and that one. Except that one you will have problems with shifting from 3 to 4. You may sometimes accidentally hit 2 because you are trying to shif so fast, and the shifter is at an angle, so it feels like 4 but its 2, then you let off the clutch, and shatter a pushrod. KEEP WHAT YOU HAVE NOW... you dont need that thing. You already have your short throw. use that $$ on a new clutch

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    nice

    Quote Originally Posted by jwindbigler View Post
    They are OEM Corvette C6 rims. Had them powdercoated black. Wish my car could look like this right now. Where is Washington in Michigan?? I hail from a rinky dink town called Edwardsburg. If you know where South Bend, IN is, just go due north across the state line, and thats me
    NICE very very nice! too bad these cars cost so much to fix....parts...paint labor etc.... I got into a wreck 2 years ago. A car bearly hit my car but it was enough to send the whole front facia and headlight flying off....The only thing left was the radiator in full view...

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    dang fast...that sucks. I feel ya though. At least your damage is all bolt on. My quarterpanel unfortunately is a weld in. So it will cost at least $1000 for the quarterpanel itself. The other stuff, I can fix myself. I just cant weld.

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