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Oh Glayven!
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Here are some pictures of my car:




My car needs new tires, and I was thinkin...why not get new rims while Im at it? There is not much (if any) I can do performance wise or visually to my car - no one makes parts for an avalon without any modification. So Im thinking, I might get new shoes, give me some input. I am trying to keep the classy and luxary look of the Avalon, and keep a low profile at same time.


18 inch Rims Ion Alloy 121 Wheels with Tires


18" X20 Wrath 327


18" Decorsa - Polaris 5

Or any other suggestions. What sizes would look good? 17 or 18, 20 is too big/expensive. Going to be accompanied by low profile performance tires.

Thanks.
 

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What year Avalon is that?

What are you going to do with the factory wheels?

What size are they? They might look good on my Camry.

Nice neighborhood also.
 

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BTW, those rims i showed are pretty expensive. I was wanting them at a time. I think it was about 1400 or something for 18's w/ tires.
 

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And to tell you the truth, I dun think those rims you picked out are that nice looking. But if i had to, i'd take #1.

#2 looks too thin w/ too many holes for such a huge and classy car.
 

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97 camry xle said:
hey is that greensping valley md? sure as hell looks like it... and good looking car :)
Thanks, but its actually my friend's house...Howard County - Ellicott City, MD.
 

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machman said:
What year Avalon is that?

What are you going to do with the factory wheels?

What size are they? They might look good on my Camry.

Nice neighborhood also.
Its a '96 Avalon, and if you want to take my stock rims off of my hands, Id be open for any offers.
 
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