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1998 Black Toyota Camry LE



It's all stock.

I've ordered an EL reverse gauge cluster and some TRD badges. I'm planning to:

Clear Corners
17' Rims
Factory Spoiler
New Black Paint job
Wood Dash Trim
Leather Seat Covers
 

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Mad Scientist
94 scepter coupe
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nice cam but why the quarter?




mods can you please move this to m/m/m ,thank you




EDIT:to reply to the post below mine and i didn't want to whore up this thread:it's ok atleast your not rude:thumbup: and that's funny about the quarter did he say which side he wanted to see also cause i saw the same pic when i did a search on google:lol: j/k
 

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TRD Guy
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easy, but i didnt have to do it cuz installation came free wit mine so why waste my energy lol
 

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That Geeky Star Wars Girl
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your camry is a gen 4, not a gen 4.5

'97 -'99 = gen 4
'00 - 01 = gen 4.5

i have a black '99 camry....except mine doesn't have the stuff on the bumper or the 76k miles or the bone stock look either ;)

good luck with the mods...on thing though whenever you put the 17" rims on its gonna look like a jacked up 4 x 4 if you don't get lowering springs and drop it.

Keri
 

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Stock lugnuts are bigger around than most hole for lugs in aftermarket wheels. Stock lugs will most likely not fit. Tuner lugs, as I call them, are a smaller circumference than standard lugs, thus being thinner and able to fit in the small lug holes that most aftermarket wheels have.
 

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Pimpin' In Paradise.
2000 Toyota Camry
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maggotdecay said:
Stock lugnuts are bigger around than most hole for lugs in aftermarket wheels. Stock lugs will most likely not fit. Tuner lugs, as I call them, are a smaller circumference than standard lugs, thus being thinner and able to fit in the small lug holes that most aftermarket wheels have.

thanks for the explanation.
 
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