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iZ_

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Hey everyone,

Has anyone changed their wheels? Tried to find any photos online, without luck.
Please share yours if you had :)
 

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Ohh ****
The first and the last one looks sweet!
Don't really like white wheels.
 

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I like the first one (the grey wagon) the best. It remind me of an Audi S4 Avant.
 

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I think the Simmons on the white RSV might look better in Silver. Probably smaller diameter better too. I think these are 20s, there 19s or 18s would give a better ride unless needed to fit bigger brakes under them, in which case those wheels probably not best choice anyway...
 

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I’m running 20x10 and 20x8.5 on mine (I think?) and lowered springs. Might be 11 wide at rear, there’s a bit of stretch to the tyre.

Tyres are 245/35 front, 275/30 rear with no scrubbing, ever. I drive a ZB for work and the handling is far, far better with the wheels & springs, little bit harsher on bumps but not life changing. Still rides better than my Evo.

Changes the look and proportions of the car for the better, Shame the brakes are so wee but its never meant to have been the “fast car” of the household. I’d prefer silver wheels but wifey likes this look and it’s her car



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I’m running 20x10 and 20x8.5 on mine (I think?) and lowered springs. Might be 11 wide at rear, there’s a bit of stretch to the tyre.

Tyres are 245/35 front, 275/30 rear with no scrubbing, ever. I drive a ZB for work and the handling is far, far better with the wheels & springs, little bit harsher on bumps but not life changing. Still rides better than my Evo.

Changes the look and proportions of the car for the better, Shame the brakes are so wee but its never meant to have been the “fast car” of the household. I’d prefer silver wheels but wifey likes this look and it’s her car



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Doesn't look to bad at all , almost looks as good as a Kia.
 

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On the topic of tiny brakes I've been thinking about VF Police single pot front calipers... If the ZB has the same caliper bolt spacing as rhe VF and other GMH products these might be a bit taller and allow a bigger front rotor? Shouldn't be too hard to find a disk that will work IF the caliper were to bolt up???
 
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