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Old 05-08-2009, 10:55 PM
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Thought i post a pic of my new(used) axis oldskool.




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+1 Looks nice.
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Very Nice.. I love the Lip on front and back also.. I also have a NA same color would love to get that lip
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Originally Posted by MGrissom View Post
Very Nice.. I love the Lip on front and back also.. I also have a NA same color would love to get that lip
You mean the front bumper lip?
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Nice lookin wheel....not the style I usually like, but it looks good on the car.
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Originally Posted by Rushin View Post
You mean the front bumper lip?
Yea sorry, The Front and back Bumper Lips..

lol..

Looks good
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The total cost of those lips was 8 dollars. Its a garage molding lip fomr home depot
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Ohhh Really...?

Ones i was looking at were like $150+

lol id rather Spend 8 Dollars and DIY.
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yep, and very easy to put on.
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if they were 0 offset i would like it more.
paint ur horns black.
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0 offset is stupid. They dont fit right and you cant put 205s without pulling the crap out of the fenders.
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Originally Posted by Rushin View Post
0 offset is stupid. They dont fit right and you cant put 205s without pulling the crap out of the fenders.
Very true. **** 0 offset wheels.

New wheels look good! I too would paint the horns black, they stick out like a sore thumb!
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Originally Posted by Vashthestampede View Post
Very true. **** 0 offset wheels.

New wheels look good! I too would paint the horns black, they stick out like a sore thumb!
I was planning on painting them, just dont have any time to do it. School is almost done, so i will have a bit more time.
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Few more good pics



















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ugly wheels, ugly air dam, gay horns.
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Originally Posted by hustler View Post
ugly wheels, ugly air dam, gay horns.
and the gayest thing around here is you with your post
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i like then. wheelsize and offset, ect?
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Not quite as classy as Panasport wheels, but they look decent and can't beat the cheap price I suppose.
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Originally Posted by naarleven View Post
i like then. wheelsize and offset, ect?
15x8 25 offset. I think thats perfect offset.
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Rims are not my fav. but car looks good. Coming along nicely, keep up the good work.
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