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You can't go wrong with either one of them. If I had to choose I would go with the FR S
 

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yeah you really can't go wrong with SSR's but if I had to choose, I'd go with the Type-F too.
 

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crap i just noticed that when you click the links it defaults back to the first car color. My car is black.
 

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SSR wheels are nice. However, the Type-C has a notorious history for being very easily bent. So just watch for those rough patches of pavement.
 

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benben01: you say the type c's are notorious for being easily bent, does that include the type c-rs? i've had the type x ssr's on my previous car and never encountered a bent rim and i've hit some doozy potholes. i would expect the same kind of strength or more from the type c's seeing how they have more material to them. what do you think?
 

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[quote author=mirancer link=topic=136509.msg2952866#msg2952866 date=1235269545]
benben01: you say the type c's are notorious for being easily bent, does that include the type c-rs? i've had the type x ssr's on my previous car and never encountered a bent rim and i've hit some doozy potholes. i would expect the same kind of strength or more from the type c's seeing how they have more material to them. what do you think?
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Not sure about the C-RS, I know for a fact that the Type-C have a very soft lip. Who knows, they might have improved on the design/manufacturing process in the last few years.
 
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