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Old 10-03-2007, 09:27 PM
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Thanks. Got a quote from my tire guy, a set of 20's with Bridgestone RFT's and OEM wheels including a set of wheel sensors, $3700 out the door. I'm planning on keeping my 19's for winter skiing trips.
I thought the style 214 20" alloys with tires were 950$.. ?
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Old 10-03-2007, 09:46 PM
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I thought the style 214 20" alloys with tires were 950$.. ?
Once you've selected Sport Package, the 20" 214's are an extra $950 if you choose those over the 19" 211's.
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IMO, totally worth the extra $950.
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$2500 in australia
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sickyute, are the 20's staggered on the 4.8? Also did the fender flares come with it? I'm thinking of upgrading from 19 to 20 but not sure how it would look without the fender flares.
yeah the OEM 20's are staggered. i can't remember the width of the rim though. The rear tires are 315 and the front are 275 or 285.
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Old 10-04-2007, 11:18 AM
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Any pics of the new set-up? I would like to see the rain deflectors.
i will post some new pics over the weekend.
It's been raining here in florida off and on every day and i've been busy with miami/broward carnival parties (i'm from the caribbean/west indies.. St. Lucia to be exact). So not much time to clean up in between rain, party + sleep.

i'll get around to it probably sooner than the weekend though.
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yeah the OEM 20's are staggered. i can't remember the width of the rim though. The rear tires are 315 and the front are 275 or 285.
I believe its a 10" rim up front and 11" out back.
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pics were taken with the panoramic visor fully retracted so the 20% tint looks lighter than usual, mudguards, before and after visors.

before visors


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i prefer the look with the visors.

PS: i broke the passenger front visor during installation. not really broken but 2 minor chips to the front and back edges of the visor. Well those minor chips were major enough that the visor would not sit right, causing the window to not open and close easily. sometimes it would close or open fully but then it will get stuck in either the up or down position. it would take about 3-5 mins of leaving it alone before it was operable again. i took the visor out and it's all good now. I'll just have to order a new passenger visor.

it's easy to do the rear windows but the front ones require some effort and being very careful. so take heed.
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Please tell us more about your audio system... sounds nice !!!
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