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Anyone using Torque Thrust D's on your 71-73
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I am looking at changing my rims. I like the Torque Thrust D's and have been looking for photos to see what they would look like.

I have been over the internet and I have looked through the galleries on here. I have found some that were close to TTD's but weren't quite the same.

If anyone on here currently has them on their car, it would be great if you could they snap a couple of quick photos and post them on this thread or PM them to me. It would be greatly appreciated.


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Won't be a bad choice. Should look slick

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What size?

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I used to have 15x7 TT D. I'd choose at least 15x8 if I were to do it again.
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cudak888;188772 Wrote:What size?

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15 inch.

luxstang;188781 Wrote:I used to have 15x7 TT D. I'd choose at least 15x8 if I were to do it again.
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Thanks for the photos.

15x8 is what the current plan is.

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It will almost look the same only with a wider shoulder in the dish which is cool. For the rear you may even wanna consider a 10 inch wide.
By the way, the tires in the pics are 255/60/15, perfect size for the 15x8 you're considering.

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Kevin's (turtle5353) car has TTDs on 'em. Looks pretty awesome, too! thumb

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I like them a lot on my car. If you need anymore pics let me know. I am running 15x8.5 in rear and 15x7 in front. I like the old school look of the 15's but looking back I wish I would of got the 16's instead. If you have tried buying any 15" tires lately you will find out they are getting very hard to get nice tires for that don't cost you a small fortune. The selection for 15" tires seems to be shrinking every year. I think 16" rims would look very close to 15" but with a much larger selection of tires. Just my opinion.

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