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Well, I dropped these off to be painted last week and got them back today. They are painted the same black as the top of my car. i think it looks nice... a subtle difference, but ties in the paint scheme well. What do you think?

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I like 'em both ways, but with the black, it matches the whole look of your car. Nice job!
 

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Keep making it yours with the small details. You're on to something that gives us all some thought. Hmmm
 

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Didn't really like the change until I got to the last pic which places the subtle change into perspective. Now I think it really is a nice detail that ties the colors together just like you intended!!
 

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Thanks guys! I am working on a bigger mod involving my wheels that will be for display purposes. I will have it done by the end of this week, or the beginning of next week. I'll post pics when that gets done.
 

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is this car lowered?
I see you have 245/45/20's
Could someone explain to me the difference between the abovementioned and 245/40/20's?
what does the middle measurement stands for?
your car looks extremely awesome by the way!
 

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is this car lowered?
I see you have 245/45/20's
Could someone explain to me the difference between the abovementioned and 245/40/20's?
what does the middle measurement stands for?
your car looks extremely awesome by the way!
I have 265/45/20's on the rear
and 245/45/20's on front

Basicaly the #'s stand for: width of tire/ sidewall size/ diameter

245/40/20's would have a bit smaller sidewall.
 

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Subtle, but VERY classy!
 
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