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Well, i'm picking up my base model 300 soon, going to get the cheapest set of rims possible because I know ill be swapping them ASAP.

I was curious if 22" made that much of a difference? I've looked at pictures of 22" in some of the other posts, but I can't tell if theyre lowered or not except for the 50 cent 300, which I didn't like too much :eek:

Anyone have a picture of an unlowered 300c on 22s? and another on 20s?

Finally, I wanted to get an opinion, I dont like over bulk chrome, and I felt these were perfect, but I wanted a second opinion because I dont know how they'd look on a 300.

[edit] ps: Anyone know how much I should pay for a set of 4 in 20? or 22? And what offset should I be looking for?
 

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Just did this in photoshop

I literally did this in like 30 seconds, found someone elses photoshop of the rims, and someone elses 300c. I'm going to be getting one in cool vanilla, wanted some feedback on these.
 

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I personally like 22's better, but you should get whatever you like best. Search through the whole picture section of this forum and you will see plenty of 300's with 20's and 22's. Those wheels you picked are awsome....I love the way they look on this car, like you said...not too much chrome and they look classy as well. I dont know about 20's, but if you go with 22's the best setup (in my opinion) is a 22x9.5 +18mm offset wheel running 265/35/22 tires. This is what I run and the ride is excellent. Again, search through all the pictures in the picture post section and you will see plenty of options. Good luck with your decision.
 

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thanks i love the feedback. As for 20 or 22, I guess I just wanted more of an opinion which seemed more "natural" and not over doing it. When I saw pictures of 20s, most have too much gap

thanks again!
 

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Just a thought

Remember that is isn't going to look exactly like the photoshop version... it might sit different, depending whether you have an AWD or not for one thing.. for 2 it looks like that thing is dropped... is yours??? are you planning on dropping it??? cuz it is going to look a little different in real life..

Just a thought

PS... hell yah it looks dope... but that's what photoshop is for...
 

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i've been battling myself on what rims I want to order and the TIS 07s are definitely at the top of the list. I came SO close to pulling the trigger on the 01s, but didn't want to have buyer's remorse b/c I love the 07s so much. The only thing about the 07s that bother me is that they will be a BITCH to keep clean. I'm not sure if you've ever had big rims b4, but if they aren't a very simple 'thick spoke' style, they are impossible to clean. And if you are a perfectionist like me, it will drive you nuts. Also, I don't like how TIS made the center cap (seems cheap with the fake looking bolts). I wish they would have made it a little more simple. I guess that's why I'm still riding stock (although I do have my drop).

Just my nickel for ya. . . please post pics once you get hooke up.
 

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wow thanks, i never thought about the cleaning issue, but I mean, i think im really gonna go gun ho with the 07's
 

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oh btw, is that picture of the dub edition with the 07s dropped? the black which looks to be at a dealership ?
 

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Go Big or Don't Go At All!!!

Without a doubt go with 22's!!! If you go with 20's you will see someone w/ 22's and go WHYYYYYYYYYYYYY? Trust me I am so glad I went w/ 22's




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People are trying to scare me out of it.

:You know, one pothole and your rims are bent:

Is that true? -- or just an exaggeration?
 
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