picked up a set of 22s very very cheap and either going to put them on the ute or sell them just wondetring whats in volved im guessing coilovers?
ive got 19s on mine and it rides like shit you feel every bump in the road with them
sell them if you can make an alright profit
im with the bloke with 20s.. have em on my car, feel EVERY BUMP
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20's are fine, about as big as i would go though. bumps dont worry me as much as how easy it is to smash them up against a kerb and rape them
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I dont think you can put 22's on a vs legally anyway. the rolling diameter would be too large.
Did I here some one say tonka truck?
It may look something like this.
Little bit off topic but a interesting fact that I didn't know till the other day but utes actually had their own interceptors, mate had a wreck in his yard and had UTE stamped on it with a different offset.
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pics of rims?
I picked up a set of 20's from a JC member the other week to put on my ute.
I put one wheel barrow and a 44gal drum on it and I filled my steet with smoke!
I had to take the rims off and do some massaging with a lump hammer on the inner guard, but 22's would just be a tight fit because I almost hit the front fenders with 20's
I'll take some pics of mine now and edit my post in a minute.
Last edited by 304runner; 23-08-2011 at 02:44 PM.
My thoughts are 19's for a vr/s they are just big enough to look good but not too big that it looks stupid, 22's in my opinion would look horrid if you were able to fit them, which i dont believe you could.
why would you even want that?