01-17-2004, 02:26 AM
Im pretty sure im gunna go with the axis speed six.. in a 19x8" with 215/35/19.. ive read a few posts about rubbing... my question here is how is the ride? My box is dropped 2" on goldlines, im sure i'll get minimal rubbing ( u-turns/hard turns ) but I can deal with that I drove a air bagged mini-truck for 4 years after that rubbing sounds and 5 point turns don't bother me anymore. But if i'm going to feel every quarter laying in the road, I may just go with 18s.. also, since there is no alignment on this car, how are the tires going to wear?? 19" rubber gets expensive at $180 a corner... - thanx
01-17-2004, 04:11 AM
i would go with 18's. it will be a smoother ride.
01-17-2004, 04:55 AM
hey bro i have 19" axis NEO's and the ride is fine the only time my wheels rub is when i make a really hard U-turn plus the car looks cool on 19's
autosound is on 19in chromes and he hasn't had any rubbing. Mabe you should PM him. :D
Camoscion- Props man! That looks REAL clean!
01-17-2004, 06:05 PM
Thank Stylis for the complement and the advice ill look into the rubbing.
01-17-2004, 08:04 PM
Go with the 19"s you will have no rubbing other than lock to lock turns.
I had a guy in the back seat last week dude goes 350 if hes a pound and had no rubbing in rear at all. So go whith the 19"s plus i have 18000 miles on mine and am still about a 2 months away from needing new tires so i have had no wear problems
01-17-2004, 08:11 PM
If you can do 19''s then you can do dubs. No teens around here!!! 8)
01-17-2004, 09:50 PM
sweet.. 19s it is... I'm gunna order em on monday :D
that camo box looks great with 19's on it.. hopefully mine will too :D
01-21-2004, 02:45 AM
If you can do 19''s then you can do dubs. No teens around here!!! 8) yes u can but on a thread here some where some body said it could not go over 70 on freeway i just cant find it plus 19" fit well rereally tight so turning with dubs has got to be tuff