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I wonder how the spindle is set up...


*thinks to self*

I bet I could make bank if I engineer and produce a LX spindle that will fit 24s or better easy!
 

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Some people do things just because they can.

It doesn't mean they should, it just means they can.

That persons taste is all his mouth obviously. Or they have more
money than brains.

Jim
 

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uggggllllllyyyyyyy:)
 

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look like sixes to me 28s are big as **** on a car
 

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I DON'T THINK THOSE ARE 28s maybe 26s...ANYWAYS IS UGLY NOT MATTER WHAT...BUT IF THE OWNER LIKES IT....
 

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Man that is crazy!!! I have only seen 28's on hummers and chevy/ford trucks and it was nuts how big they were. Cannot imagine that on a magnum.....much less with them floating by you. Insane, not necessarilly the way I would go, but I know that I would holler and scream if it passed by.
 

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That thing is FUGLY!!!!!!!

Kinda reminds me of a TRACTOR (you know...giant tires in the back)

22's are really nice....but anything bigger just doesn't seem to look right on a car.

Just my opinion........
 

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Imagine the weight of those puppies.

Imagine the shocks, brakes, bearings, control arms and steering disintegrating . . .

Not my style, but I guess if one grew up with Hot Wheels toy cars, one could think that the look was - uh - cool . . .
 

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I think it would blow your mind though if it passed you on the highway. Not only because of the massive size, but because those are floaters/spinners. It would be a sight running 70mph with 28 inches of wheels sitting still. I THINK WE NEED VIDEO!!!!!!!!
 

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do 70mph and they'll probably fly off lol
 
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