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    I'll touch your apex PureSound15's Avatar
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    Help me! I can't decide!

    Alright... I got an offer on my current wheels (BBS RC's) that I can't refuse, and I've always wanted black wheels, what better time to do it? However... I can't decide what to do. Here are my 3 options.







    These of course will be going on my Jetta... it's not fast so I don't care how much they weigh or anything.





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    Last wheel pictured all the way. I love the tuning fork style wheels with the multi piece look.
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    I vote for the last ones too. What size are you going to get.
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    i like the first ones. i don't like the rivit or bolts in the rims look. i like the rim all black with a silver trim. and with the machined center, that looks badass.
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    I'm only going 18's... I was going to get 19s but I put 25,000 miles on my car this year and my girl lives north of madison in pot-hole country, 18's are just more realistic as far as tire wear/safety. Thanks for the help.

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    I vote #2!!
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    What about some BBS CH's those would really make the car look good. Other wise choice number 3.

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    The split five stars looked good to me. The last pic is to common of a style.

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    Another vote for #2
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    Quote Originally Posted by turboZ
    What about some BBS CH's those would really make the car look good. Other wise choice number 3.
    I would love CH's but I don't want to **** around with powdercoating and I need something by this week. Currently I have the BBS RCs for summer wheels, and BBS II for winter wheels... I think I'm going to go the non-BBS route this time.

    Thanks for the help guys. #2 are available this week and the other two would be on back-order for a while. We'll see what I can find at work today.

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    I think the 1st ones would look best..
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    I vote for the HPs.

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    #2 especially if you put nice brakes behind it.

    #3 if your your brakes look ugly, or are really small disks.
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    The only thing I don't like about the HP's are that you might not be able to put on big brakes. I know that you can't when you put them on F-bodies and some other cars. The offset doesn't allow it. I thought about getting them for my TA before I bought my new wheels but I want to do a big brake kit.
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    i'd definatley go with the third wheel. especially on a jetta

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    I'd say number 2!
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    I'd say #3
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    i like the last one

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    Im gonna say #2.

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