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Old March 23rd 2005, 20:16
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What do you think?

I am thinking about puting a set of 2003 Toyota Mr2 spyder wheels on my 64 beetle. I know I will have to drill my rotors and instal studs.

Let me know what you think.


Thanks for your time,

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Old March 23rd 2005, 21:19
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Personaly I think it's alot of work for a set if wheels that look like a cheap after market set.....................
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Old March 24th 2005, 01:38
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Personaly...they would look alright. but like said before its a lot of work

But, hey...if you like them then run em...nobody's stopping you!
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For whatever reason, I see a blank document page when I try to access the attachment.

I'm curious why drilling and studding would be more work for an MR2 arrangement than an A3 VW, an A4 VW, a Porsche, or whatever else arrangement?
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Old March 24th 2005, 16:03
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I'm curious why drilling and studding would be more work for an MR2 arrangement than an A3 VW, an A4 VW, a Porsche, or whatever else arrangement?
I didn't say it would be more work, I just thought it was alot of work for that particular wheel, what I meant by this was: would it be possible to buy a similar wheel with the correct PCD and offset.

I'm still not keen on the style though, but I expect Mike might think the same about my wheel choice.. thats the good thing about modifying our cars we all have different tastes in styling.
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