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Old 08-18-07, 10:13 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I've had em' for over a year, and still love em' everytime I walk out to my car!

OEM-Like **Class** FTMFW!
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hows the handling with the reverse stagger?
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does anyone have pics of the G2 coupe with the G35 coupe rims i think they were 18s or 19s probably 10 spokes and they have that kinda spider look where the spokes go inside the rim at the center. I know G35 is RWD but Ive seen them on a Maxima which u all know is FWD
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I've had em' for over a year, and still love em' everytime I walk out to my car!

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Are those the IS300 rims? They look really nice. Did you have to do anything to the rim to get it to fit on the hub correctly (bore, spacer, etc.)?

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does anyone have pics of the G2 coupe with the G35 coupe rims i think they were 18s or 19s probably 10 spokes and they have that kinda spider look where the spokes go inside the rim at the center. I know G35 is RWD but Ive seen them on a Maxima which u all know is FWD
offset requirements are much more lenient when it comes to the maxima
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offset requirements are much more lenient when it comes to the maxima
does that go for all maxima generations after the 89?
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does that go for all maxima generations after the 89?
no im just talking about the 6th gen.

but even the 5th and 4th gens didnt require such a high offset.

i believe the 6th gen are more along the lines of the TL when it comes to offset requirements.
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I had it for about two months before my car needed a new engine; I'll get more impressions (and some track time in) once I get the car back.
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no im just talking about the 6th gen.

but even the 5th and 4th gens didnt require such a high offset.

i believe the 6th gen are more along the lines of the TL when it comes to offset requirements.
No, you're right. pretty much all Maximas are really open to offsets. There's not too much that stands in the way of a Maxima and Cross Swapping wheels. the MacStrut suspension up front and the Twist beam rear afford more room than the Double wisbone/Multi-link suspension we have.
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heres "OEM"....OEM RIMS. we've seen these countless number of times

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No, you're right. pretty much all Maximas are really open to offsets. There's not too much that stands in the way of a Maxima and Cross Swapping wheels. the MacStrut suspension up front and the Twist beam rear afford more room than the Double wisbone/Multi-link suspension we have.

o ok dang there are some OEM factory rims for RWD cars that are nice or would look nice on ours....but the IS300 is RWD so how does that fit on ours?
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