Toyota Nation Forum banner

1 - 14 of 14 Posts

·
Ford Powered
1999 Ford Mustang
Joined
·
439 Posts
Discussion Starter #1
ok, given the look of my wagon, which wheel looks better for it? cuz probly soon i'll be updating from hubbies to real wheels.

and what size should i get? i was considering 15's or 16's. 17's are a bit pricey unless its the last set.





 

·
Ford Powered
1999 Ford Mustang
Joined
·
439 Posts
Discussion Starter #3
lol yes. always the IS300's.

i'd paint those gunmetally if i had them.
 

·
Ford Powered
1999 Ford Mustang
Joined
·
439 Posts
Discussion Starter #5
ooh..how much are they anyways?
 

·
Ford Powered
1999 Ford Mustang
Joined
·
439 Posts
Discussion Starter #6
i looked at them and was thinkin i could mask off the lip. cuz yes i prefer lipped rims but they usually too expensive for me. i was oggling them tho. hmm..that enkei has a lip..not a great one, but still a lip.
 

·
Car Breaker
Joined
·
689 Posts
ebay man. I bought a full set of Konig Elysees 16x7.5 with 4 tires, an extra spare tire, centering rings, lug nuts (with locking lugs) for 375$ flat.

TypeRex187 said:
do u want pictures of them? my friend did it to his...it lookz nice at nite...
Yes please do, I am interested.
 

·
Ford Powered
1999 Ford Mustang
Joined
·
439 Posts
Discussion Starter #8
no more than $900.
 

·
Know God. Work Hard.
4Runner
Joined
·
2,194 Posts
I would suggest the IS rims also. I think you can paint a lip onto them and have them still look good.
 

·
Fooly Sik RE!!!
Joined
·
318 Posts
if your gonna get rims you might as well save up a bit more if you need to and get 17s or even 18s, you need big wheels on the wago especially because the car is big. 16s might look a bit out of place
 

·
Know God. Work Hard.
4Runner
Joined
·
2,194 Posts
Yeah I would recomend 17's.
 
1 - 14 of 14 Posts
Top