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that would look cool too haha

but what im saying is our sportivo brakes

although i think work GREAT for such little disks

they would look awfuly small and funny in such an open wheel haha

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hey those clear rims are sik, it'd look fully sik when you brake you get a whole light show included ;) anyways i just wanted to know if i could fit 17" rims on my car wit 7.5" dey would 4x100 ey? its d new toyota corolla ascent 2006 model, well if anybody knows any good upgrades 4 my car let me know please!

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what about the brake dust... that would be a mofo >_<;; ...stone chips etc.etc. Would it be game over if u scratched the side of the rim , if it was only one sheet, the structural integrity of the thing would be detreimented, no? O_o

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hey those clear rims are sik, it'd look fully sik when you brake you get a whole light show included ;) anyways i just wanted to know if i could fit 17" rims on my car wit 7.5" dey would 4x100 ey? its d new toyota corolla ascent 2006 model, well if anybody knows any good upgrades 4 my car let me know please!

Where abouts are you from? 4x100 is correct. 7.5" I'm not sure, you'll have to check your states vehicle modification rules. Here in Victoria, it's a one inch rule... stock wheels are 6", so max you can go legally is 7". Rolling diameter no more than 20mm too I think. You can go 17, 18, 19" as long as you are within those guidelines... and of course make sure your insurance company approves your modications too before you go ahead.

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what about the brake dust... that would be a mofo >_<;; ...stone chips etc.etc. Would it be game over if u scratched the side of the rim , if it was only one sheet, the structural integrity of the thing would be detreimented, no? O_o

thay are Poly Carbonate plastic! Strong!

So they difficult to scratch the plastic

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