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Hello TN!
Do you guys think that these rims are a good deal for $250? and does anyone know how wide 2009 toyota camry rims are
thx
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· Registered
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Be Careful when buying cheap rims, you usually get what you pay for.

I think the stock 17" rims are 7" inches wide. Somone correct me if Im wrong
 

· ilikecamrys
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There's multiple threads on wheels..

but what specs are those wheels?

btw Bandit, why didnt you move this thread to there lol
 

· ilikecamrys
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lol why would you downgrade to 16s?
and the width is same as stock..
so i think you're just wasting money here...

go 18s+ (no more than 20s)!
 

· ilikecamrys
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lol i have hub caps on my camry....not even proper rims...and i just like 16" anything over 16" is too big for me
lolol oh :ughcool:
man 16s..i thought 18s were small lol.

but if you like them .. then go ahead and buy them?

dunno the offset of the wheels though.
 

· ilikecamrys
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^ lmao. agreed

but at the same time it will raise the car :facepalm:
 

· ilikecamrys
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they're bronze!
if u like black and white, should search up akm83
 

· Goes Against The Grain
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If you want to keep your ride comfort, just look for someone selling their SE take offs. Gen 6.5 SE 17's are nice.

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they're bronze!
if u like black and white, should search up akm83
I'm on the hunt for some bronze 18's now...
 

· Goes Against The Grain
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Yes, most Toyota's across the line have the same. Aside from the trucks, and the Corolla, Yaris..

But Venza, Camry, Sienna, i believe the Rav 4 are all 5x114.3

It is a matter of offset though.

My rims are off a Scion xB
 
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