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This is a discussion on Torq Thrust II's within the Firebird / WS6 forums, part of the Vehicle Specific category; lol, My personal opinion on 18s is once u go from a 17 to an 18 the look becomes less ...

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    lol, My personal opinion on 18s is once u go from a 17 to an 18 the look becomes less sport and more "bling"(different for every car of corse). Besides I couldn't image riding on a 315/XX/18 tire, i don't think you would ever know if u had a flat or not!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vertiviper
    My personal opinion on 18s is once u go from a 17 to an 18 the look becomes less sport and more "bling"(different for every car of corse).
    I felt that way too once, but now.... eighteen inches has honestly become the limit for me (won't even consider nineteen inches). I like the look of eighteen inch TT2's on our cars, as they fill it up rather nicely. Of course, I'd never make it a point of drag racing w/them though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Street Lethal
    I felt that way too once, but now.... eighteen inches has honestly become the limit for me (won't even consider nineteen inches). I like the look of eighteen inch TT2's on our cars, as they fill it up rather nicely. Of course, I'd never make it a point of drag racing w/them though.
    This is true def not a drag rim. One thing that is making me get the 17s is the look of them when the car is dropped the right height, it looks like that's how the car was meant to look from the factory..which is what i always go for with any mod...something you know didn't come from the factory, but looks like it could have...something really clean fitting.

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    I like the little bit of extra sidewall.

    These wheels are heavier though. Probably won't make a noticeable difference, but might lose a tenth.
    I can't wait to have some drag wheels on her for the track.

    And thanks for the compliments on the car!!!! Lots of my hard work went into it, nice to see it looks good enough to get some love.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Street Lethal
    I felt that way too once, but now.... eighteen inches has honestly become the limit for me (won't even consider nineteen inches). I like the look of eighteen inch TT2's on our cars, as they fill it up rather nicely. Of course, I'd never make it a point of drag racing w/them though.
    When did they start making tt2s in 18's? When I got mine last year all I saw was 17's except for someone on here that had them custom made 18's

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2000pontiac6
    When did they start making tt2s in 18's? When I got mine last year all I saw was 17's except for someone on here that had them custom made 18's
    Click Here

    ... they offer the Torque Thrust II in either polished aluminum, or chrome. Larger sizes are 188, 1810, 208, 2010.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Street Lethal
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    ... they offer the Torque Thrust II in either polished aluminum, or chrome. Larger sizes are 188, 1810, 208, 2010.
    maybe i have to join to see where they're for sale? You say they come in chrome too???? damn if only i knew about them before i bought mine, i would have loved chrome and maybe even 18s for the rear

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2000pontiac6
    maybe i have to join to see where they're for sale? You say they come in chrome too???? damn if only i knew about them before i bought mine, i would have loved chrome and maybe even 18s for the rear
    Many of they're adds can be found in "Super Chevy", and/or "Chevy High Performance" magazines. Here is some additional information about the company;

    Muscle Car USA
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    Advertisement covers the entire 27th page (not just some small space in the back of the magazine), so I would imagine that their very credible. They have a huge selection to choose from, w/many versions available in the same sizes.

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