Discussion in 'Wheels/Tires' started by SD YOTA, Feb 21, 2009.
IM in the Chula Vista area of SD near Hilltop and H area.
That's an older pic. The rear wheels were 16x8 with 225/50.
Now, I'm running 245/50 on the rear now and they still tuck.
It's running an 85 toy truck rear with a narrowed housing and cut/resplined axles by Moser Engineering.
I painted the wheels with duplicolor wheel paint after a good cleaning. Then I hit it with the duplicolor clear coat for wheels.
Your rear rims are 16x8, -10 offset. You will need to add flares or stretched tires with a serious fender pull on the bed.
Sick wagon! Is it still 3tc powered?
Oh btw- I vote for the polished look.
Yeah, for now.
I bought a stock 22re turbo set up to drop in this spring. It's going to be so much fun.
Right on im in oceanside
YOUR WAGON IS BAD. I really could use a few pointers on making my motor a little quicker.
Did you paint the whole wheel then polished the lips or what did you use to mask them?
where can i find a set of these wheels?
umm....... start lookin around.... all i can say is good luck
they are pretty rare to find..... and when you do find em they you might strike it lucky and get a deal or not and find em over priced. ive actually seen them at local pick yards more so than anywhere else. you can scouer ebay but they want too much for beatup ones......
like i mentioned...... start pokin around the junk yards, craigslist is also known to pass a few once in a while. your best bet is to find either a mitsubishi or starion/conquest specific support forum and see who has a set they are willing to part with.
what sizes were you looking for?
are these painted yet?
I gotta say Polished lip and inner spokes gold.
seen these in another thread and believe they should be here for referrence......
I've heard that somebody made a 3tc get into the 7's. I know, nothing to do with the wheels.
Here's a set in atlanta for 250 if anyone is looking.
www.kdmperformance.com or www.tristarion.com
I own an 87 widebody starion and an 84 flatside
have fun guys I hope these links help!!!!
what year bumper is that from on bottom pic? looks nice!
86-88 2wd Toyota bumper (also came in chrome) with a 90-96 isuzu rodeo valance. they mount the same way, so its just a matter of drilling new holes through both flanges.
here is my 79 with conquest wheels. droped 2 5/8ths in back, torsions down in the front. going to paint it that new copper color from the toyota venza, with cream pearl flames
What lip is that you have on the front?
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