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Can you guys help me decide which wheels to use? my spoke American racing are just too darn noisy inside and is a really rough drive. I want to put my rally on for driving. I can't decide weather to do it or not. I know my american racing look nice but rather have a smooth ride.


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Noise is the tire not the wheel...get new tires....tire rack has reviews on tires which include noise ratings
 

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Dude, your car looks too good with those American Racing rims on it...you gotta figure out how to keep them on. Have you thought about selling the tires and buying new ones for those rims? Just out of curiosity, what tires do you have on them now?
could not agree more. and please do tell what tires and your size. might help others stay away.
 

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DO NOT get rid of the American Racing :no::no: Sell the rallies and put that money towards some good tire's for the AR's. Like batman said check on Tire Rack's site. Alot of very useful info on there. I bought the Michelin's that are on my wife's Impala from there 3 years ago. I did the research, found one's that I liked and drove up to South Bend and had them installed, best tire's I've ever owned.

http://www.tirerack.com/index.jsp
 

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Stick with the AR's

I'd stick with the AR's - if tires are the issue. . .I plan to go from rally's to AR's someday myself. . .

Mike
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Nice car. Id do what they said and keep the ARs.
Where are you in Cali?
North or South, it doesnt matter. Theres Nova dudes around you and you can see some of the other wheels and tires and see how they like theirs
 

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Seriously? :confused:

You're going to ask this totally ridiculous question??? :turn: :sleep:

This one is a no brainer! :yes:

Go with the AR wheels. :thumbsup:

And like Batman mentioned, the wheels don't make noise, tire do. :yes:
 

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true the wheels dont make the noise, its the tire, but if the wheel is so big you cant get anymore tire and have to have a very thin sidewall, that helps "create" noise.
 

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Torq thrusts FOR SURE.... Cars gorgeous
 
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