Because it was LATE/EARLY in the am on a Sat and i was thinking about it.....LOLWhy not call them and ask :smt115
Roughly 9.5lbs for the fronts and 11lbs for a 15x10 rear
Sounds good to me...LOL LOLTony, Just bring them old 1970 centerlines over to my place and we will run a 3 inch hole saw through em. That should lighten them up a bit.
Sounds good to me...LOL LOL
You guys all know how cheap i am, i like solid rims because i have all stock brakes...they look real ugly showing through nice rims LMAO
I have been thinking for a while that i can lose a lot of weight off the rear end by narrowing it 3-5" per side and putting a lighter rim all the way around the car, I personally like the rear rim with the same outer offset as the front, makes the car look slow, like it cant hold any tire in the back, I also realize im carrying a lot of extra weight with all stock brakes front and rear ......
it will make a difference. I went from Centerline Autodrags to Holeshot Holestars and picked up about a tenth.SO im looking at about 3 lbs per rim....is that gonna make a difference?? I know its rotating/sprung weight