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What wheels for my Chevy II?

  • Draglite

    Votes: 4 8.3%
  • Rodlite

    Votes: 8 16.7%
  • Pro-Star

    Votes: 13 27.1%
  • Keep what I have (Buick wheels)

    Votes: 9 18.8%
  • Torque Thrust D (painted spokes)

    Votes: 14 29.2%
  • None of those look good!

    Votes: 6 12.5%
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I am trying to figure out if I should get new wheels or not. I've kinda narrowed it down to these, but if ya think something totally different would look better please tell me. One bonus of getting new wheels is that I could run a wider tire becuase I could get more backspacing. Right now I can barey fit a 225/60r14 on the rear and it scrubs on hard turns and very unlevel surfaces.

My car now with some kind of Buick rims I think. Keep in mind that I want to lower the front maybe an inch or so regardless of what rims I get.


The Draglites:


The Rodlites:


The Pro-Stars:


The Torque Thrust D:


Thank you for your opinions!

-Aaron (sorry for ANOTHER wheel opinion thread:rolleyes: )
 

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fikse wheels are expensive! we put some on chevy high performance magazine's biscayne. but their quality is great! i still vote the rodlites though.
 

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Personally I'd hold off on the rims and go with what you have now. Brand new ones would look out of place on the car and, besides, what you have now gives the car a nice vintage vibe.

But, your car, your money. (Centerline Autodrags or Convo-Pros would look nice...)
 

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i think the first three would look good if this was going to be a street/strip car.
but for a cruser i like the torq thrusts.
 
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